The Ghanian has made 23 appearances for Chelsea since his arrival in 2015, but is now on loan at Schalke again after a successful spell with the Bundesliga side last season continuing in his recovery from a bad cruciate ligament injury.
"I don't want to jump the gun but as things stand at this time, probably, yes [I might have to leave in January]". Having been a big part of things for six years, seven years and played a huge part, not just a squad player, I'm definitely finding it hard this year to deal with that situation.
'I realise that sometimes you have to make tough decisions and football doesn't wait for people.
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"I haven't spoken to the manager [about it] yet".
The Englishman looked confident with the ball at his feet and worked relentlessly without it to give Chelsea the upper hand over their counterparts in the middle of the park.
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Barwick was badly hurt on the upper right leg, said a doctor who assisted at the scene. "She did suffer a lot of blood loss". The woman was transported by helicopter to Mackay Base Hospital where she remains in a critical condition.
Controlled game, should you have won by more? For the first time in this season, he was ready in the box.
"I hope for him in the future I can help him. I think we were so good", he added.
Maurizio Sarri made only five changes to the side that beat Cardiff at the weekend, and their dominance showed as PAOK's unbeaten record against London clubs came to an end at Toumba Stadium. Maybe I stay for the next 10 years at Schalke but I also can imagine playing for Chelsea again. I'm not a guy who is willing to accept not playing. Your career's short enough as it is.
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