Chelsea's full back defender Malaang Sarr has today deliver message of gratitude to Thomas Tuchel for every opportunity he is giving him to display his skills at the pitch. Malaang Sarr signed for Chelsea last summer from Rennes on free transfer but he was sent out on loan the whole of last season.
"I'm so grateful being at Chelsea because here becomes my home. I humbly express my gratitudes to my boss Thomas Tuchel for trusting on me to be part of his chosen squad" says Malaang Sarr according to the England Sky Sports News today morning.
According to the England Sky Sports News today morning from the transfer insiders, Malaang has revealed his happiness at Stamford Bridge and thanked Thomas Tuchel for allowing him be part of his squad. Sarr has showed that he can partner solidly well at the back with Rudiger or Thiago Silva and can easily outshine Andreas Christensen.
If Sarr will progress well with the same spirit, he will undoubtedly be Thiago Silva's perfect replacement when the Brazillian star will retire from his career. There is another promising star in academy called Xavier Mbuyamba I don't know why Tuchel haven't gave him an opportunity to try himself on his eyes.
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