Super Eagles defender, Kenneth Omeruo, has hinted Completesportsnigeria.com that his future at Chelsea will be decided in July.
Several media outlets have reported that the 23 year old is prepared to leave Stamford Bridge permanently this summer after spending four years out on loan since joining the club in 2012 from Standard Liege.
The Nigeria international has had loan spells at Dutch side ADO Den Haag, English Championship side Middlesbrough and Turkish sides, Kasimpasa and Alanyaspor.
"A decision will be made in July after my representatives meet with Chelsea. I can't say more than that," Omeruo told Completesportsnigeria.com.
"There are offers but we need to study which will be best for my future."
Omeruo who is yet to feature for Chelsea in an official game, made 26 appearances for Alanyaspor and scored one goal last term in the Turkish Super Lig topflight division.
The 23 year old who was an unused substitute in the Super Eagles squad that lost 2-0 to South Africa in last Saturday's 2019 AFCON qualifier against South Africa in Uyo, also rued the defeat to Bafana Bafana but backes the coach Gernot Rohr to lead the team back to winning ways.
"It happens in football, but we will learn from this and move on better," he said.
"The coach made a decision, and as players, we must back him and others picked for the team to succeed."