Marc Cucurella commits to Chelsea amid transfer speculations
In the wake of transfer rumours, Chelsea’s Spanish defender, Marc Cucurella, has made it clear firmly that he is happy at Stamford Bridge. The Chelsea left-back, who had a difficult start to the season with no appearances in the first six Premier League games, has recently found himself back in the spotlight due to the squad’s injuries and bans.
In the absence of the most important players such as Reece James and Malo Gusto, Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino went to Cucurella, giving him crucial minutes on the pitch, particularly at right defense. Despite previous reports suggesting talks of a January departure, the Spaniard denied these rumors, expressing his present pleasure with the club.
After Chelsea’s latest 4-1 win against Burnley, Cucurella stated: “I always said I’m very happy here. There were one or two weeks that were a little bit difficult for me but I’m happy — I have friends here.
“Sometimes it’s part of football with moves but now I’m ready to work hard, wait for my opportunity and when it comes to help the team. Then the most important thing is to win games.”
However, as James and Gusto recover and reclaim their starting spots, worries about Cucurella’s future playing time arise. The rivalry between the two clubs is still fierce, with Ben Chilwell recovering from injury and Levi Colwill emerging as the favored left-back this season.
While opportunities may change over the season, Cucurella stays positive and ready to make the most of his time at Chelsea. His grit and commitment to the team will definitely be crucial as the club handles through problems and seeks for the win in the upcoming games. Only time will tell how Cucurella’s story changes at the renowned London club.
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