Chelsea’s Tod kane says he is determined to make it in the English Premier league with his parent club, Chelsea.
The fullback is currently playing in the Eredivisie after he was loaned out to NEC Nijmegen for the rest of the season. Kane revealed he was offered the chance to join Chelsea’s patner club vittesse Arnhem but declined the opportunity.
The defender said “I wanted to get out of my comfort zone.”
“Getting back to Chelsea is the end goal. I want to succeed in London.”
The defender also commented on football in the Eredivisie, he also told AD: “Football is a contact
sport. But here you cannot tackle. In that respect, a whole new world opened up for me. I find it strange.
“Football is not a women’s sport? But here they are too quick to scream and get a free kick. That is impossible in England.”
Tod Kane joined Chelsea in 2001 at under 8 level and moved through the clubs youth rank. He is yet to make a single appearance for the Blues senior team.
The defender has had loan spells at Preston North End, Blackburn Rovers, Bristol City, Nottingham Forest and now NEC Nijmegen.
The 22 year old is a versatile defender who can play as a right back, right midfielder and can also be deployed as a left back.