Brilliant Seria A hitman Chiesa opens up about possible move to Chelsea in summer
Chelsea has been dealt a blow in their pursuit of Fiorentina’s Federico Chiesa after he opened up about his future.
The Premier League seasons is surely just a few weeks away from being re-started and finished ahead of the summer window, which will mean that clubs like Arsenal will be able to focus on working on the side.
And that has led to speculation in the media suggesting that Lampard has been eyeing up a deal foe one of the best young strikers in the game, Chiesa.
Chiesa is being monitored by several top clubs across Europe, with United and Chelsea also facing competition from Juventus and Inter Milan, as he continues to impress over in Seria A.
However, the son of Italy’s soccer star Enrico Chiesa is currently without an agent and he doesn’t plan to get one soon, and he claimed that no negotiations are ongoing with regards to his transfer out of his current team.
‘There are no negotiations, there is Fiorentina,’ he told Corriere dello Sport newspaper (via Football Italia
“I do not have an agent, so I speak to the club and my father (former Fiorentina and Parma striker Enrico Chiesa) is always by my side. He is like my personal assistant!
‘We never even considered hiring an agent, but I don’t know if that will continue in future.
‘The rumour linking me with Francesco Totti’s agency was fake news and he was the first to contact the club to clarify that.
‘I’ve spoken so much to the President, Joe Barone and Daniele Prade over the last year, but I am concentrated only on the present.
‘I focus on working every day, achieving immediate objectives, first and foremost securing safety. We just hope to get back to playing and the rest will follow.
‘My objective is to improve in general, not just on a technical level, because I am the first to acknowledge that I need to become a more complete player.’
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