Sheridan: Back to CSKA Sofia if I Play Every WeekSports | December 1, 2011, Thursday // 19:46| views
Giuseppe Aquaro (centre R) and Cillian Sheridan (R) of CSKA Sofia fight for the ball with Falcao (centre L) and Maicon (h) of FC Porto during their Group L UEFA Europa League soccer match CSKA Sofia v FC Porto, in Sofia, Bulgaria, 30 September 2010. Photo
Irish striker Cillian Sheridan, who is now in his second loan spell at St Johnstone, but still under contract to CSKA Sofia, says he has no idea where he will be playing next year.
"My loan spell us up at the start of January and I haven't got a clue what is going to happen after that." said Sheridan, as cited by the Daily Express.
"Everybody keeps asking me about my future but I just donlt know what will happen.
"If I knew I was going to get the chance to play every week at CSKA Sofia then I would like to go back there and do well. But I don't want to go back to just sit around and not to be involved in the team.
"The problem is that I don't know what CSKA Sofia want to do. They are currently in the middle of their winter break and they have also brought in a new coach, so I don't know if I am going to be in his plans or not.
"Until I find out that I don't really know what the future holds."
Bulgaria's champion CSKA Sofia is considering the sale of Irish striker Cillian Sheridan, who is now in his second loan spell at St Johnstone, according to reports.
Two clubs are said to have shown interest in the offer, whose price has been tagged at EUR 300.000, according to insiders.
The former Celtic striker signed last summer a three-year deal with CSKA Sofia after passing a medical, ending his four-year stay in Scotland.
Even though Sheridan has told British media his priority is to become a success at CSKA Sofia, his return to his parent club in Bulgaria is highly unlikely not least because here he did not have enough opportunities to reveal his potential.
Sheridan is now in his second loan spell at St Johnstone, having gone there initially while under contract at Celtic.
He also played for Motherwell and Plymouth on loan and admits his nomadic career-path is far from ideal.
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