West London outfit Chelsea star Kurt Zouma has been asked not to return to his parent club but remain at the Merseyside outfit Everton where he is currently enjoying his loan deal.
Kurt Zouma has been impressive for Everton this season and that is why speculations of his return to the Stamford Bridge is being rumored in England.
This is happening after the Blues team were handed a transfer ban which will stop them from registering new players for the next two transfer windows. The club, therefore, ponders on returning some of their on-loan players who are doing well at their various spells.
Gylfi Sigurdsson and Phil Jagielka have both urged Kurt Zouma to continue his development at Goodison Park as he would be guaranteed a regular playing time rather than move to the West London outfit where a starting role is not sure.
Gylfi Sigurdsson noted that he expects Everton to mount pressure on the star player to remain by convincing him on how important he is to the team.
However, manager Maurizio Sarri is yet to make any claim on Kurt Zouma but there are suggestions that the Blues team will not waste any moment to bring him back if any need arises.