Chelsea midfielder Jon Obi Mikel is set to consider his options when the transfer window reopens in January, according to the Mail Online.
The Nigeria international has been at Stamford Bridge for over a decade and is the Blues second longest serving player behind captain John Terry, though his stay could be set to be coming an end after falling out of favour under new manager Antonio Conte.
He has failed to be named in any of Conte’s match day squads so far this season while he has played no less than twenty-six times in any of his previous ten campaigns with the club.
In total he has made three hundred and seventy-two appearances in all competitions since signing from Norwegian side Lyn, scoring six goals while he has won every major club honor in that time including two Premier League titles, four FA Cups and the Champions League.
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