sport news Malang Sarr admits he was 'surprised' when Chelsea signed him but is determined ...

sport news Malang Sarr admits he was 'surprised' when Chelsea signed him but is determined ...
sport news Malang Sarr admits he was 'surprised' when Chelsea signed him but is determined ...
Malang Sarr admits he was 'surprised' when Chelsea wanted to sign him last year but is determined to make his mark this season back at Stamford Bridge after Porto loan spell Malang Sarr has revealed he did not expect Chelsea to sign him last year Sarr spent last season on loan at Porto and wants to thrive at Stamford Bridge ‘I was training on my own, training at home and just waiting,' the defender said  'When my agent told me about this opportunity I was surprised and happy' 

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Malang Sarr is ready for his first season at Chelsea a year after signing for the club and has admitted he never expected to join the club in the first place.

The French defender, 22, was left without a club after his contract with boyhood club Nice expired in June, with no football to play after the Ligue 1 season was cancelled following the coronavirus pandemic while Europe's other top leagues continued.

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Chelsea, who made a huge number of signings last year while many clubs slowed their transfer activities due to the impact of the pandemic, took advantage and signed Sarr before sending him out on loan to Porto.

Malang Sarr, who signed for Chelsea in 2020, admitted he was 'surprised' to join the club

Malang Sarr, who signed for Chelsea in 2020, admitted he was 'surprised' to join the club

Sarr has been training with Chelsea after spending the last campaign on loan at Porto

Sarr has been training with Chelsea after spending the last campaign on loan at Porto 

‘I was training on my own, training at home and just waiting. I had been almost six months without playing, and when my agent told me about this opportunity to come here to Chelsea, I was surprised and happy,' Sarr told the Londoners' official website.

‘It was a great opportunity for me. He talked to me about going on loan for the first year and for me it was a good idea. I hadn’t played for a long time and I needed to get the rhythm and to play and have a good experience also, step up after Nice, and come back stronger and ready to go.’

The centre-back, a France

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