Nigeria international defender, Kenneth Omeruo has exclusively told supersport.com that he will not be playing for English championship club, Middlesbrough next season.
The 22-year-old currently on loan at the Smoggies says he will return to his parent club, Chelsea at the end of the 2014/15 season.
Omeruo has made 24 league appearances for Middlesbrough since he joined them last season but is keen to prove his worth at Stamford Bridge.
“I love Middlesbrough. Everything is going well for me and I have a great relationship with the players, manager and fans but I will be leaving at the end of the current season,” Omeruo told supersport.com.
The former ADO Den Haag man further revealed that “fruitful” discussions have been ongoing with Chelsea’s manager, Jose Mourinho and the club’s sporting director, Michael Emenalo over a return to the Blues next term.
“I have been having fruitful discussions with the (Boss), Mourinho and Michael Emenalo and they have both told me that they have been very impressed with my performances for Middlesbrough this season.
“All things been equal, I will be returning to Chelsea next season,” he said.
Omeruo has been capped 14 times by Nigeria at senior level. (supersport.com)