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Cole Palmer Believes His Move From Man City To Chelsea Is Paying-Off




Chelsea’s new signing, Cole Palmer has stressed that his move from serial Premier League winners, Manchester City, to struggling Chelsea, has started paying off.

Cole Palmer left his childhood club, Manchester City on September 1, 2023, to Chelsea for a transfer fee worth €47 million after he couldn’t play regularly under coach Pep Guardiola.

Before he left City, Palmer played 110 games in all competitions scoring 6 goals and providing two assists.

He helped Manchester City win one Carabao Cup, one FA Cup, one UEFA Super Cup, two Premier League titles, and one UEFA Champions League title.

Immediately he arrived at Chelsea, Cole Palmer was able to establish himself in coach Mauricio Pochettino’s squad and has grown to become the club’s penalty taker.

So far at Chelsea, Palmer has scored three goals in all competitions and provided four assists in ten games.

On Sunday, November 12, Palmer will face his childhood club, Manchester City which his new club, Chelsea must beat at Stamford Bridge to build on their 4-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur on Monday.

Ahead of the game which will kick off at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, the 21-year-old English attacking midfielder said: “I’m really enjoying it at Chelsea every day, on and off the pitch”.

“It was a big change for me & my family to come here, but opportunities like this don’t come around often, so I’m glad it’s paying off at this moment in time”.