Chelsea Nigerian defender Kenneth Omeruo could be involved in a crazy 24 hours as he could be heading for a medical at Wolverhampton Wanderers after making his debut for Chelsea in their pre season game against Crawley Town.
Omeruo joined Chelsea in 2013 but since his move he has endured five different loan spells without representing the first team in any official or unofficial game, although he has played for the U23s.
The 23 year old is back at the club undergoing pre season training, where he has been selected for their first pre season test game against Crawley Town, a game which coach Eddie Newton will supervise in the absence of head coach Antonio Conte.
However the game could be his first and last in the colours of Chelsea as he is reportedly set to undergo a medical with Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers after a fee of around £3m was accepted for him by Chelsea.
Although the player admitted he could yet remain at Chelsea and fight for his spot, he also made it clear that he wants to play regularly as he wants to keep his spot in the national team of Nigeria ahead of the World Cup 2018 in Russia.
At Wolverhampton Wanderers he is guaranteed to get games as new coach Nuno Espirito Santo is overhauling the squad and has cut loose some players in areas where Omeruo could be an option.