Chelsea have had a very successful year under Thomas Tuchel. The German coach has brought some reputation to stamford bridge. After all, he said that he would make chelsea a team that no one would be willing to play against. Chelsea have made some incredible additions to their team over the year. The team signed Romelu Lukaku from Inter Milan to stregthen their attack going forward. The latest player to be added to this crop of quality players is Saul Niguez from Atletico Madrid.
However, Chelsea has also let go of so many players also within this transfer season including Tammy Abraham, Olivier Giroud, Bakayoko who is now on loan at AC Milan among other young talents like Tino Livramento and Anjorin.
it is obvious that some players are already tired of moving around and would like to have permanent deals. One player has made this clear, and he is Bakayoko. Antonio Conte was the man who saw Bakayoko and brought him to Stamford Bridge. However, he did not make his mark on the team and also did not impress the fans and management. He has been going out on loans ever since.
I hope to stay here [AC Milan] even after these two years on loan, everyone knows how attached I am to this club that I consider my home. At this point in my career I need stability after all these loans, so I hope to stay.
This was the words of the french international
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