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Juventus defender issues ‘come and get me’ plea to Thomas Tuchel team.

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Juventus defender issues ‘come and get me’ plea Thomas Tuchel team.

Juventus defender issues 'come and get me' plea Thomas Tuchel team.

Mattia De Sciglio, a player on loan at Lyon from Juventus, has issued a ‘come and get me’ plea to Chelsea.

The defender alleges that he is overwhelmed by the Blues and the Premier League but will wait until the end of the season before settling anything.

TuttoSport caught up with Mattia De Sciglio regarding his time in Ligue 1. The Juventus loanee insists he would like to stay at Lyon, but if an opening to join Chelsea comes up, he would love to jump on it.

Mattia De Sciglio, who can play anyplace across the backline, reportedly has no prospect at Juventus. The Italian is open to leaving the Serie A side permanently this season but is keeping his prospects open. He told TuttoSport (via Express):

“I would like to stay in France, where I feel great on and off the pitch, or try a new experience abroad. Maybe in the Premier League which has always fascinated me and where I have a soft spot for Chelsea. Now, however, I only have Lyon and finishing the league in mind.”

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