Adam Nditi eyes Chelsea exit

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Chelsea teenager Adam Nditi is contemplating a move away from Stamford Bridge this summer in order to join a side who can offer him regular first-team football.

The Tanzanian-born 19-year-old played a major role in Chelsea’s Under-21 Premier League win this season with the starlet featuring in last week’s triumph against Manchester United at Old Trafford.

And it now appears the taster of playing at an arena such as Old Trafford has given him the urge to find a club who can offer him the chance of playing first team football week-in, week-out.

Nditi, speaking to the Basingstoke Gazette, said on the possibility of leaving Chelsea during the next few months: “I want to be a professional and play first-team football.

“It’s very hard to do that at Chelsea, so there’s a chance that I might move on this summer.

“As it is possibly my last season at Chelsea, I told the boys that I really wanted to go out on a high. Some of us have spent six or seven years together and won the FA Youth Cup, so we gave our all to win again.”

The left-back has the option of extending his stay at the west London outfit but it now appears likely that he could seal a move to a side in the Football League in order to improve his footballing career.

Jose Mourinho will be looking to either sign or promote a left-back to his squad ahead of next season following the departure of Ashley Cole, however Nditi is likely to have his route to the first team blocked by the likes of Ryan Bertrand and Patrick van Aanholt.

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