Marc Cucurella, Chelsea’s Midfielder has revealed that he is very delighted to be in Chelsea. If we can recall, Cucurella moved from Brighton to Chelsea in a transfer deal worth €62m. He’s been doing well so far, as he did fantastically well in Chelsea’s match against Tottenham which ended in a 2-2 draw.
According to Cucurella, on his first day in Chelsea, Tuchel told him that he noticed him whilst he played in the Barcelona academy, Eibar and Gatafe, He was very shocked at the same pleased because since they saw him play for different teams, they’ll value him. Cucurella further commented on the spirit of unity that every team member exude in the club, and that the players are very happy people. He further admitted that Chelsea possesses quality players, and is very serious with their training.
Speaking on the unity in the team, he appreciated the spirit of teamwork in the team, no player wants to take all the glory for himself, and every player is committed to helping each other on the field.
“Thomas saw me when I played in the Barcelona academy, then at Eibar and Getafe,” Cucurella told football. london. “I didn’t know this but he told me on my first day. I was very surprised. It’s good for me because they saw me in different teams and this is good for me to take more opportunities here.
“I am very happy because when I arrived, I feel the group is very unified, with a good atmosphere. All the players are happy and this is good because I had never been in [a first-team squad] at a big club. I was maybe a little bit nervous in the first days. But I think the atmosphere was really good, just normal people.See Also
“The quality of the players is so high, the training is really good. And after, in the games, like last Sunday [against Tottenham] I see all the players run. So if I fail, another player will help me. When the teammates help each other in the team, these are the teams that win trophies.”
Marc Cucurella is a professional soccer player who plays as a left-back for Chelsea.
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