Bournemouth and Leicester City interested in Chelsea Winger. According to The Daily Mail, Premier League clubs Bournemouth and Leicester City are interested in taking former Chelsea winger Jeremie Boga on loan. Boga joined Chelsea’s development academy in 2009. He presently plays for Atalanta. He advanced quickly through the levels but had trouble making the first team. The 25-year-old spent time at Granada and Championship team Birmingham City before being initially loaned out to Rennes in August 2015.
He rejoined the team in 2018, only to be traded for €10 million to Sassuolo. The left-winger played for the Blues in just one senior squad match, a 3-2 loss to Burnley on the first day of the 2017–18 campaign. The Ivorian winger, who cost Atalanta a hefty €22 million last summer, is having trouble getting into games. This season, he has participated in six games for the club without scoring or providing an assist.
The aforementioned source claims that Atalanta is willing to permit him to go on loan. The quick winger has long been a target for Leicester City, and Bournemouth is apparently just now becoming interested in him. In the summer, the Foxes came very close to signing him, but the loan deal fell through.
Along with the former Chelsea player, Nicolas Jackson, a Senegalese forward for Villarreal, is another player Bournemouth is keeping an eye on. At the FIFA World Cup in 2022, he was a member of the Senegal team that advanced to the Round of 16.
Pele, a great forward from Brazil and the only player to win three World Cups, died on December 29. The whole football community has been in sorrow, and Premier League powerhouse Chelsea has not been an exception. The team issued a touching message in tribute to the player who elevated the game of football.
“Farewell to the King,” stated their tweet. the wonderful game’s master. Pele, widely regarded as the greatest football player ever, passed away at the age of 82. He passed away due to multiple organ failure, according to the hospital medical bulletin (via the BBC). The “Black Pearl” had been valiantly battling colon cancer for a very long time. While his team was competing in Qatar, the 1970 FIFA World Cup champion supported them from his hospital bed.
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