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Chelsea defender Levi Colwill has opened up on his future amid Arsenal transfer links.
The Blues youngster has impressed playing on loan at Huddersfield this season, hence, catching the attention of several top clubs.
Gunners are among the sides interested in the player’s services, though he could also be given the chance to play in Thomas Tuchel’s first team.
Asked if he sees himself staying at Huddersfield for another season ahead of the Championship play-off final, Colwill said, via Express UK:
“There’s too much respect for me to close the door. We need to get promotion first, which is the only thing I’m thinking of right now.
“I’m not planning for next year, all I can focus on right now is Wembley on Sunday and then the internationals after that. After when I’ve finished all of that, well that’s when I’ll start thinking about that.
“For me, playing for Chelsea will always be the main aim right now because it’s my club. But if that doesn’t happen, well then I have to find other ways to progress and become the player I want to be.”