Chelsea fans have a reason to smile after their captain Cesar Azpilicueta whose future with them was doubtful just signed a new contract with them that would see him stay at Stamford bridge till 2024.The 34 year old Spanish international footballer who was in uncertain about his future at the London based changed the tune of that after he signed a fresh two year deal with increased salary.
Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel and the club owner Todd Bohley had earlier called Cesar Azpilicueta and had a lengthy talk with with the Spaniard something which might have made him change his mind.Todd and Tuchel have confirmed that they regard to Azpilicueta as a mentor and captain to the younger and general squad hence he is a very pivotal team participant.Barcelona had been linked with trying to sign the Footballer from Chelsea inorder to strengthen their defensive squad something which is now obviously not going to happen.
Chelsea football club are currently working on bringing to their club Marc Cucurella from Brighton and Hove Albions to fill in the gap left by the likes of Antonio Rudiger who moved to Real Madrid.Cucurella had travelled to London to undergo his medicals and tests before he is unveiled as a new Chelsea football club defender in the coming day before the season kicks off.Chelsea have also acquired Raheem Sterling from Manchester city and Kalidou koulibaly from Napoli.
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