Danny Drinkwater Sends Message to Thomas Tuchel After Frank Lampard's Chelsea Promise

Danny Drinkwater Sends Message to Thomas Tuchel After Frank Lampard's Chelsea Promise

- Danny Drinkwater’s career has been plagued with several off-field issues since leaving Leicester City

- The Chelsea star who is on loan at Turkish side Kasimpasa has had failed loan spells in recent times

- Drinkwater is hoping to impress new Blues' boss Thomas Tuchel for a possible return to Chelsea

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Following his loan move to Turkish Super Lig side Kasimpasa in January, Chelsea star Danny Drinkwater has stated that he still has unfinished business with the Blues.

The former Leicester City midfielder left Stamford Bridge just before Frank Lampard was ousted by the Chelsea board and replaced by Thomas Tuchel.

Since leaving the Foxes in 2017, Drinkwater has only managed to play 28 matches in total as his career has been plagued with several off-field issues.

And Drinkwater hopes to impress the new Chelsea manager, believing he could still have a future at the club. He told Elmatch Program:

"I want to continue with Chelsea. I feel like I have unfinished business with this club. I have to try and start enjoying my football again because in this moment it has disappeared.
"I keep working hard, I keep grafting and I am doing the right things at the right times and I need to stay injury free and see where it takes me.
"It is a short career so I need to keep doing the right things and hope things turn around."
Danny Drinkwater sends message to Thomas Tuchel after Frank Lampard's Chelsea promise
Danny Drinkwater wants Chelsea return. Photo: Mike Hewitt
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Meanwhile, Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger has sent a huge message to goalkeeper and team-mate Kepa Arrizabalaga following their earlier bust-up during a training session.

The pair had to be separated by team-mates during their training session on Easter Sunday, although they seem to have settled their differences.

The pair had to be separated by team-mates during their training session on Easter Sunday, although they seem to have settled their differences.

Ben Chilwell and Kurt Zouma jokingly demonstrated Antonio Rudiger training ground row with Kepa.

Legit.ng earlier reported that Real Madrid are reportedly planning to offload six players to raise funds for Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe's signings this summer.

Los Blancos have been linked with the two unstoppable forwards in the past few months owing to their performances for their respective clubs.

Although Zinedine Zidane is still in charge of the Spanish club, his future is, however, uncertain at the Santiago Bernabeu outfit.

Since they lost Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus in 2018, Real are yet to find a quality replacement for the Portugal international.

Source: Sports Brief News