Lewis Baker played his first game for the Blues in 8 years against Chesterfield.
Chelsea star Lewis Baker is hoping to stay at Stamford Bridge despite getting offers from French clubs. He played his first game for the Blues in 8 years against Chesterfield when he came on as a substitute.
Fans were delighted to be able to give him a clap at Stamford Bridge. His career hasn’t worked out but he still has plenty of football.
Backer is still young enough to do great things if he can settle somewhere. The Blues-man is planning to stay in English Premier League.
According to Goal.com, Nizaar Kinsella reports that he has turned down interest from Ligue 1 in favour of trying to stay put once his contract expires at the end of the season.
If he moves somewhere else, he might get more opportunities to give a great push to his career. Fans can feel happy for him as he made a substitute appearance for Chelsea but he should look forward to a new journey at the new league and new club.
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