Gary Cahill has suddenly found himself frozen out at Chelsea this season, after years as a dependable regular.
He arrived at the club with little fanfare, and it looks like he will go that way too, with West Ham the latest club to be linked with a move for the defender once his contract expires this summer.
In the meantime, however, there are still games to play, including one at Stamford Bridge tomorrow which is really a dead rubber for us. We have the lead against a limited Slavia Prague team, and Maurizio Sarri is expected to rotate heavily.
With Antonio Rudiger out injured, that might mean a space for Cahill to finally get some minutes again. That would really be perfect – as he’s unlikely to play for us again after this. The chance for the fans at the Bridge to get a chance to say goodbye to a player who has been a stalwart at the club through some really productive years would be really appreciated by the Chelsea fans.