European champions, Chelsea football club are currently among the top contenders for the premier league tittle this season. The Blues are seen as one of the big clubs with the capability to rival the likes of Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United.
Despite the high chances of winning trophies with Chelsea,some players were seen leaving in the last summer transfer window. These include the likes of Oliver Giroud, Tammy Abraham and Emerson Palmieri.
Emerson has finally opened up on the major reason behind his move out of Chelsea. The Italian left back has stated that he had conversations with Italy's national team manager,Roberto Mancini.
According to Palmieri, Mancini told him that he needed to get regular playing time if he wants to break into Italy's first team. It is remembered that in Chelsea, Emerson was third in the pecking order behind Ben Chilwell and Marcos Alonso. Emerson is currently playing for Ligue 1 top club,Olympique Lyonnais on a season long loan.
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