chelsea does not regret selling loftus cheek to milan

Chelsea does not regret selling Loftus-Cheek to Milan

Chelsea stands by their decision to part ways with Loftus-Cheek as stated by Carlo Cudicini, the club’s loan players manager. In an interview with Tuttosport, Cudicini expressed satisfaction with Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s success at AC Milan this season, emphasizing that Chelsea does not harbor regrets about the sale.

According to Cudicini, Loftus-Cheek had reached the pinnacle of his development at Chelsea, and the club had shifted its philosophy to focus on nurturing young talent. He stated, “I do not think so. He had reached the peak of his development, but we changed our philosophy and relied on young players.” Cudicini acknowledged Loftus-Cheek’s versatility and the challenges he faced at Chelsea, with various coaches and positions, making it difficult to determine his optimal role.

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chelsea does not regret selling loftus cheek to milan

Despite parting ways, Chelsea keeps a watchful eye on Loftus-Cheek’s progress, although Cudicini emphasized that any sentiment is purely emotional. He expressed happiness about Loftus-Cheek’s positive experience at Milan, referring to them as a special club.

Cudicini also shed light on Loftus-Cheek’s initial encounter with Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge, highlighting the midfielder’s initial struggle with the Italian coach’s tactical instructions.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek made a €20 million move to AC Milan from Chelsea last summer, and his notable performances have included five goals in 25 appearances across various competitions this season. His contract at Stadio Meazza is set to expire in June 2027.

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