Chelsea midfielder, Loftus-Cheek is fully out of injury and is determined to show his value at Stamford Bridge.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek has disclosed that its been his heart desire to remain at Chelsea despite having struggled in the past to fix into the squad due to his injuries.
Going on to share that Frank Lampard’s arrival wasn’t the motive behind him wanting to stay back, Ruben Loftus-Cheek has successfully gotten off the shackles of a long term Achilles injury.
Although the Achilles injury did hit the English man back in May 2019 Ruben was reportedly ready to resume before the global pandemic put a pause to sporting activities.Embed from Getty Images
“I don’t see myself as a young player any more,” Loftus-Cheek told the Independent. “Frank came in [last July], but I was always thinking of signing for Chelsea before he came in.
“Frank coming in didn’t change my opinion to stay even more. I was happy at Chelsea and my plan was to stay here.”
Ever since the resumption of sporting activities, Ruben Loftus-Cheek has featured in 7 games for the Blues as the club gun for a top 4 finish.Embed from Getty Images
Ruben joined the Blues back in 2004 and his level of determination to the club so far even made him pen another contract in July 2019 even while still struggling with injury.
“I was injured at the time [of signing my new contract] – I came off the back of a good season with Chelsea when Sarri was here,” Loftus-Cheek said
“It was my highest-scoring season. I played a lot more games and I felt like a Chelsea player who had contributed to winning in that season.Embed from Getty Images
“So to get injured was a blow and to be honest I didn’t think I would be injured for so long. I didn’t think it would take a year for me to come back.
“So that was in my thoughts when I was signing my contract. But it obviously didn’t happen like that. I’m devoted to Chelsea.
“I’ve been here since I was seven years old. After the season with Sarri, there was no reason for me to leave Chelsea.”
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