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Monday, 30 October 2017

Superstar striker: "I would be happy to join Chelsea"


    Former Chelsea youngster Bertrand Traore says he had to leave Stamford Bridge as there was no guarantee of first-team football. The Blues lost a number of youth prospects over the summer, the likes of Dominic Solanke, Nathan Ake, Nathaniel Chalobah also leaving on permanent deals after struggling to make a first-team breakthrough, reports Evening Standard.


Traore was quoted as saying by Sky Sports:

"Going from Chelsea was the best decision for me. I am enjoying myself, as a young player you can only improve if you are playing every week,"



"I enjoyed my time at Chelsea and when I had opportunities to show what I could do on the pitch, I took them with both hands. But there weren't any guarantee I would play.

"Yes, I would be happy if it was me in the Chelsea first-team playing every weekend, but this is football and you have to take decisions. Along with Chelsea, I took the decision to sign for Lyon and I am happy with that."

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