Koulibaly names this Chelsea star as the ‘strongest player’ in the current squad led by Frank Lampard
Koulibaly reveals the name if the strongest player in the current Chelsea squad.
Koulibaly reveals the name of the strongest player according to him in the Chelsea Squad (Image Via- Google)
Chelsea defender Kalidou Koulibaly has revealed that in his opinion Ruben Loftus-Cheek is the strongest player in the current Chelsea squad. Koulibaly joined Chelsea in 2022 from the Italian club Napoli for a fee of £33 million.
In a recent interview, the Senegalese defender was asked about who according to him was the strongest player in the squad of his current squad. To this, Koulibaly gave a bit of thought but then answered. He said, “For me I think it’s Ruben Loftus-Cheek”.
It can also be seen in the video of the above-mentioned interview that he was also asked about his thoughts on who was the fastest player at Chelsea. To this Koulibaly said, “The fastest player in the team is Reece James without a doubt”.
Thiago Silva might be on his way out of Chelsea in summer amidst speculations of a fairy-tale return to his boyhood club: Reports
According to reports, the defender is now regretting his decision to sign a one-year contract extension with the club a few months ago. Silva might scrap his Chelsea deal at the end of the 2022-23 campaign and return to his boyhood club Fluminense FC. He reportedly wants to agree on a contract with Fluminense after seeing his good friend and fellow Brazil legend Marcelo signs one with them. The club is currently second in Brazil’s Serie. And they are also keen to pair the two up.
Reports claimed that the president of Fluminense Mario Bittencourt and former striker Fred have contacted Silva to encourage him to sign for the club before his retirement. Silva has spoken about his wish to return to the Brazilian club.
In a recent interview, Silva was asked about his thoughts on a possible return to the Brazilian club. Silva said, “If I told you that I don’t think about it, I’d be lying to you. It’s something that I think about, I already talked a few times with my wife. When you have a long career in Europe, your children grow up in Europe, this decision is difficult. I do have this dream of returning to wear the shirt of Fluminense, everyone knows my desire. But it’s something I prefer to leave in the future to see how things are going to happen”. It would reportedly be no surprise if the veteran defender left Chelsea and tried with Fluminense to win the Copa Libertadores before hanging up his boots.
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