PREMIER - Chelsea: Midfielder Danny Drinkwater's Hell
On loan from Chelsea to Reading, a resident of the Championship, English midfielder Danny Drinkwater (31) confided in the talkSPORT microphone at Craven Cottage after the victory of his family on the lawn of Fulham (1-2). Arrived at the Blues in 2017, the former Leicester player, champion of England in 2016, has chained the loans (Burnley, Aston Villa, Kasimpasa) and has not had the same success in his career as his former teammates at the Foxes, such as Riyad Mahrez (Manchester City) or N'Golo Kante (Chelsea).
"Can I draw you a picture?" No. It's a mess. It's football, it's never easy, it's never easy. I'm just excited for the new challenges. I need to boost my career. I'm more enthusiastic about it than I have been for a few years, especially when it comes to my career development. The matches, rediscover the fun of football, then go from there. A few slipped, I made mistakes, I didn't play. I'm in the last year of my contract, so it's not just football that matters. I have other things, ”he said after the meeting.