Chelsea winger Florent Malouda has told setanta.com he has no idea what the future holds for him.
The France international, who signed a four-year contract with The Blues in 2007 and cost the Premier League side a £13.5 million transfer fee, is yet to establish himself as a key player in England.
And it does not appear that Chelsea’s new manager considers the 28-year-old a starter, with Guus Hiddink leaving Malouda out the starting XI against Juventus and playing a three-pronged attack composed of Nicolas Anelka on the left, Didier Drogba in the centre, and Salomon Kalou on the right side, for his first match in charge at Stamford Bridge.
When asked about his future, Malouda refused to commit himself to the West London outfit.
Malouda told setanta.com: “Speaking about my future would be bizarre right now.
“I don’t like to answer such questions to be honest.
“The only thing I can tell you is that we will see what happens in the future because right now, I don’t know what will happen.”