Hull City’s loaned in defender Todd Kane has admitted that he is unsure of where his future lies beyond the end of this season, with his contract at Chelsea set to expire at the end of the season.

Hull City loanee Todd Kane has said that he is yet to he is open to moving away from parent club Chelsea in the summer transfer window, with his contract at Stamford Bridge set to expire at the end of the season.

Kane has been with Chelsea his entire career, coming through the youth academy with the club before going on to become a professional for the club. He is yet to make his senior debut for the club, spending almost all of his senior career on loan with a host of sides in England and Holland.

Now, however, with his contract with the club set to expire at the end of the season, a new door could open for Kane, who has been a mainstay in Nigel Adkins’ Hull City side this season.

Speaking to Hull Live about his future, Kane said:

“We’ll see what’s happening at Chelsea before anything.  I don’t know exactly what’s going on, whether they have an extension or anything.

“I’ve had a thought about my future but it’s out of my hands at the moment. I’ve got these three games to focus on, I’ll get away on holiday and rest, then wherever I’m going to be, I actually don’t know.

“But my phone will be on so if someone wants to come and buy me, I’d have a conversation and I’m very open to offers.”

The defender admitted that the uncertainty surrounding his future at Chelsea has him feeling uncomfortable, going on to state that he is looking to settle down and would be open to moving abroad again.

“I don’t know where I’ll be living and that’s horrible. 

“I’m getting to the stage where I want to settle. It’s difficult. I’m very open to going abroad. Whatever’s the best pathway, I’m open. It’s a difficult situation. I’ve been there since eight years of age, being a professional all these years.

“At the time I was led to believe I was going to be involved I got a bad injury two games before the end of the (2015-16) season and that got took away from me. Now, two years down the line, I’ve got to take a different pathway.

“I’ve got to give my all to get a contract somewhere, whether that’s at Chelsea or anywhere else.”

So far this season, Kane has played 40 times for Hull, picking up three goals and an assist along the way. He has featured at right-back mainly but has also played on the left and right of midfield (Transfermarkt).


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