Former Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra now plays for Watford in the Premier League and has been performing well this season for the Hornets.
Reports this week stated that Chelsea were interested in signing the Argentine in January, with Sky Sports interviewing Pereyra about the speculation, as well as asking for his comments on Juventus’ mid-week loss to Manchester United in the Champions League.
“Watford? We started well, I’m happy because I had a good run of preparation, and that was what I was missing, now we have to keep working like that.
“Yes, it was one of my first personal goals.
“Juve-Utd? I saw the game, they lost at the last minute but the bianconeri are in great shape, they are a great team, they have added quality with Cristiano and in the Champions League they will go far.
“Return to Italy? We talked about it, but in the end I decided to keep playing here …
“Now I hope to keep going like I am now, with a club like Chelsea mentioned.
“It’s nice that you talk about a team that is so fond of me.”
Chelsea legend finally retires after glorious career
Didier Drogba has finally retired from professional at the age of 40, after a final spell with his own team in Phoenix.
The forward will always be remembered for his two spells at Chelsea, where he won everything there was to win and scored some of the biggest goals in the club’s history.
His career was always dramatic, and while he wasn’t the most prolific forward in the world, he had a famous knack for netting in finals and at crucial moments.
The pinnacle of those goals was the thumped header in Munich that drew us level with Bayern, and we all remember who it was who stepped up to take the winning penalty too.
That was quite the change from Moscow 5 years before, where it was his red card that lead to the ill-fated penalty attempts from Nicholas Anelka and John Terry.
He went on to have great success afterwards too, but DD will always be remembered in Chelsea blue.