Reece James stuns fans with strong indication over Chelsea future

Chelsea's English defender Reece James (Photo by GLYN KIRK/IKIMAGES/AFP via Getty Images)
Chelsea's English defender Reece James (Photo by GLYN KIRK/IKIMAGES/AFP via Getty Images) /

Star Chelsea defender Reece James has made a very strong indication about his Blues future following departures from Stamford Bridge.

I don’t think many CFC supporters would expect James to leave this summer. I can’t see him leaving the club he loves at their lowest modern moment. And that view especially applies considering how Chelsea have always stuck by their flying wingback during his many struggles with injuries and fitness. The most recent remark from the England international leads The Pride of London to suspect that he is staying at Stamford Bridge for now.

At least James won’t be moving to London rivals Arsenal, as you can see by his tweet reply above. Someone asked Gunners fans about a hypothetical signing, which the Blues star publicly dismissed. Quite a few fans from both sides must be amazed and possibly stunned to see the intense response.

The latest news and ostensible particulars on Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount’s transfer to Premier League rivals Manchester United

Mount is a CFC Academy graduate. He’s been with the club for around two decades overall; his association with the west London team’s academies began in 2003, when he was only four years old, apparently. So you could say that the Three Lions man has Blue blood in his veins and has essentially been associated with them all of his life. And now it’s all over.

On Thursday evening, trustworthy transfer expert Fabrizio Romano confirmed Mount’s switch to Man United via the typical ‘here we go’ on his social media accounts. The deal taking the player to Old Trafford is worth approximately £60million; there was accord regarding personal terms for a while now.

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Sky Sports claim that the agreement includes £5m of performance or appearance based add-ons. The contract lasts five years with an option of a further one season. Will Mount succeed at with the demanding Red Devils? Let The Pride of London know on Twitter.