Ampadu spoke ahead of his World Cup qualifier game against Belarus.
Venezia defender Ethan Ampadu believes he is unsure of his future at Stamford Bridge. Ampadu is currently on a loan with Venezia in Italy. He was clinical good in the 3-2 win over Jose Mourinho’s Roma last Sunday.
The 21-year-old player said ahead of his World Cup qualifier game against Belarus, “They’re always watching the games and giving you feedback. Someone has even managed to come out and watch a game. Ethan Ampadu has also had loan spells at Leipzig and Sheffield United.
“You still get all the feedback because at the end of the day you’re still a Chelsea player even though my focus is on Venice.
“Everyone wants you to develop and be a better player so you have that help as well.
“My focus is on doing as well as I can with Venezia and seeing where that takes me this summer.”
Ampadu answered on his next season-long loan question, “I’m not too sure yet. Obviously I want to be the best I can be after this loan wherever that is. But you can’t get to that point without focusing on the present.”
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