With his lack of playing time this season, Chelsea forward Loic Remy could be on his way out of Stamford Bridge by January according to Sky sports.
Having started four games this season, the France international Striker has revealed he is finding it hard to come to terms with his lack of playing time but would not allow the situation to affect his performances on the pitch or with his manager Jose Mourinho.
Known for pace and delightful finishing, Remy helped Chelsea to the double last season with his crucial goals. The player was subject to transfer speculations during the summer with Crystal Palace showing intentions of signing the player but Mourinho debunked the rumours and assured the player of his chances in the team.
Chelsea has three strikers Diego Costa. Radamel Falcao and Remy. Remy said this about his fellow strike partner:
“we are three different strikers. Diego is a really good finisher and is a bit aggressive in a good way. Falcao is technically very good and can keep the ball; I’m more of a runner. “We have different characteristics and that’s really good for the manager”.
Despite his limited playing chances, Remy said: “that’s the mentality of being a professional. Of course I’m upset not to be playing but at the same time I work hard in training to be ready.
“I try to fight to play more and for me there is no problem. I’ll just stay the same and keep working. I know there are many games in the season and I’m sure I will play more. Some in my situation may be very angry and a troublemaker but I can’t be selfish”.
Mourinho wouldn’t want to replace a striker mid-way through the season after a poor start to the season and would need the best from his players to regain their status.