‘I really feel absolutely trusted’: Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta says he has no ‘issues’ over contract scenario with present deal expiring at end of season
- Cesar Azpilicueta’s contract at Chelsea expires at the end of this season
- The Spanish defender has had a profitable 9 12 months stint at Stamford Bridge
- Azpilicueta although has no issues over his present contract scenario
Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta has claimed he doesn’t have have any issues over his future at the membership.
The Champions League profitable captain sees his present contract at the membership expire at the end of the season.
Chelsea start their defence of Europe’s largest prize on Tuesday, and forward of the match, Azpilicueta has spoke of his dedication to remain on at the membership.
Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta’s contract at the membership expires at the end of the season
He stated throughout the pre-match press convention: ‘I haven’t got any issues, I really feel absolutely trusted by the membership since I arrived.
‘At the second it’s true that my contract ends in June however I simply deal with what’s subsequent, to coach and play the greatest I can.
‘Everything will take care of itself, I need not say something extra. I’ve to maintain doing what I’m doing and it’ll come by itself.
‘Of course, I like to be right here, I really feel beloved since I arrived and my intention is to be right here for so long as I will be.’
The Spaniard joined Chelsea from Marseille for a £7m charge again in the summer time of 2012
The 32-year-old Spaniard joined Chelsea the summer time after they gained their first Champions League again in 2012, for a £7m charge from Marseille.
Since then he has made 434 appearances for the Blues scoring 14 targets in all competitions throughout that point.
As properly as their success in the Champions League, Azpilicueta has been half of two title profitable groups, gained the Europa League twice in addition to the UEFA Super Cup.
Chelsea will begin their Champions League defence towards Zenit on Tuesday in a bunch which additionally consists Juventus and Malmo.