Clarke-Salter is currently in the final few months of his contract.
Chelsea defender Jake Clarke-Salter opens up about his future amidst Coventry City loan. While talking to Coventry Live, the 24-year-old talks about his future.
Blues defender has been a solid presence at the back for Coventry City and the possibility of the loan move being turned into a permanent one is also thought to be on the table.
The Englishman has appeared in 26 matches across all competitions for the Sky Blues this term. The centre-back has been out on several loan spells and has struggled to make any inroads into the first-team setup at Stamford Bridge.
The 24-year-old is currently in the final few months of his contract. Chelsea do possess the option of extending it for another year.
Speaking to Coventry Live, Clarke-Salter said, “No, not really. I am just fully focused on trying to play as well as I can for the team and then see what happens at the end of the season. Yes, it’s an option I would consider, but like I have said, I am just focused on playing as well as I can and staying injury-free and playing well.
“To be honest, I haven’t spoken to my agent too much because I am purely focused on the rest of the season and playing the best that I can to help the team.
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