Ex-Chelsea midfielder Ramires has expressed his wish to play for Chelsea again before his retirement, according to Sky Sports.
The soon to be 31-year old played a total of 251 games in 6 years for the blues, but believes he’s not finished yet, and hopes to return to Stamford Bridge in the future.
Antonio Conte may consider making a move to re-sign the Brazilian after his side’s recent run of bad results in the Premier League, winning just 1 of their last 5 games, with last weekend’s midfield pairing of Danny Drinkwater and Cesc Fabregas coming under scrutiny from fans and pundits alike, not to mention the string of bad performances from the £40 million summer signing Tiemoue Bakayoko.
Ramires would surely be welcomed back to the bridge with open arms by the Chelsea fans, who won’t have forgotten that he scored some highly important goals for the club during his 6 year stint in London, including the opening goal in a 2-1 FA Cup final win over Liverpool in 2012 and an exquisite chip at the Nou Camp in Chelsea’s famous 2-2 draw with Barcelona in the same year.
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