Azpilicueta blames Rudiger & Christensen after summer Chelsea departures; Here is what he said

Azpilicueta is not for one happy with Ruidiger and Christensen when they left Chelsea and he has poured out his mind stating that they had no loyalty for the club.


Speaking to The Athletic, he said: “It was a matter of loyalty to the club that gave me everything. I had won all the trophies with them. We had been crowned the best club in the world (by winning the FIFA Club World Cup last February). I was also made captain.

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“I will not hide or be in a position where I only look after myself. By doing that I would let my team-mates, the manager, the club and the fans down. I know there was a big noise because we had other team-mates in a position where they were free agents. My name was there as well. But I spoke clearly with my actions. They are more important than talking and then doing your own stuff to protect yourself.


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“I ended up signing another contract, with the confidence from the new ownership and in the new era. I have no regrets.”

He added: “At the moment we are not where we want to be. We are out of two cups, but we still have the two biggest ones — the Premier League and the Champions League.

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“No one expected us to win the Champions League in 2021. In the Premier League, we have to have a very strong second half of the season to reach the top four, but it’s in our hands. I refuse to give up on that.” 

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