“I’ve never see a player… as ready as he is” – Chelsea transfer target ready to dominate the Premier League
Chelsea looked poor in their draw with Nottingham Timberland today, prompting considerably more fuss for the club to mae signings this month,
One player who appears as though they’re showing up – yet wouldn’t be supposed to make a prompt first team influence given his age – is Andrey Santos.
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Indeed, even the best adolescents from South America can battle to have a moment effect in England, yet maybe Santos is an exemption, particularly given what former Lyon and Brazil midfielder Juninho Pernambucano said about him:
Juninho Pernambucano on Chelsea’s new signing Andrey Santos: “I've never seen a player, at 18, as ready as he is”, he said in July. 🇧🇷 #CFC— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 1, 2023
“Physically, he's a beast, technically he's on a high level. He's not going to be better than me, he's going to be much better than me”. pic.twitter.com/p02Nhsw3k0
“I’ve never seen a player, at 18, however prepared as he may be,” the resigned attacking midfielder said.
“Genuinely he’s a monster, in fact he’s on an undeniable level… he will be far superior to me.”
You can’t resist the urge to get energized when you hear that from a major name about a marking you’re making, yet we’re attempting to not let out imagination run out of control excessively.
Simply take a gander at the lack of effect the youthful signings of the previous summer like Carney Chukwuemeka have had. Santos would need to be a true oddity to thoroughly repeal the troubles of acclimatization.