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"I am very happy to be here".

I know Chelsea have been guilty in the past for reacting too quickly and removing a coach, but surely this is not what Abramovich is looking for... a humiliating performance at the home of Manchester City, who are doing to us what most teams do to relegation-threatened opposition.

The French league leaders have been keen on signing the 27-year-old World Cup victor for some time and it is believed they will test Chelsea's resolve. The Chelsea star then further added, "When we have the ball, we have a lot of freedom, not just me but the striker and the right [attacker], Willian or Pedro, so we can move a lot".

"At the moment we can fight for the top four, but no more this season".

"I hope to recapture my true form with Maurizio Sarri and Chelsea".

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Sure, we will lose games and play poorly - all teams can have that happen, but to play with such abject defensive wanton carelessness is a crime against all that Chelsea stands for. "He's a fantastic player". So I think that Gonzalo will be important for us.

According to him, manager Maurizio Sarri wants him to deliver up to 40-50 goals per season but he made is unsure if it is an actable target for him.

Both players were in the Red Devils of Belgium to last summer's FIFA World Cup tournament in Russian Federation. He is someone who helps me, knows my game and how to get the best out of me. But I will try. I just found out about that, actually.

Chelsea do sit fourth in the Premier League table, but look to be involved in a shootout with Manchester United and Arsenal for fourth place.

City lead the table on goal difference from Liverpool, with both sides 12 points clear of Chelsea entering this weekend's fixtures.


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