Koulibaly discusses his regrets about joining Chelsea after Tuchel was fired

Kalidou Koulibaly, a summer addition for Chelsea, has addressed rumors that he might be regretting leaving Napoli for Stamford Bridge.

The Senegal international’s career in West London hasn’t exactly gotten off to a good start.

After a lackluster start to the season, Thomas Tuchel, who approved his signing in the summer, was fired, and Graham Potter, who succeeded the German, did not play Koulibaly in any of his games.

The winner of the Africa Cup of Nations, however, insisted that he has no regrets about joining the Blues and that, once he learnt of their interest, making the decision to leave Italy was simple.

It’s a choice we make in life, you know. I desired to switch clubs. According to Koulibaly, “I felt like I had given everything to Napoli.

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“Chelsea arrived, and I made my decision quickly. They are a team that is accustomed to winning and are among the top five teams in the world.

“When they contacted, I responded positively right away because I thought it was nice that I was a Premier League player.

“It was a very fantastic thing for me to sign with Chelsea. Being there makes me very happy. I had to relocate to London for eight years, so at first it was a little challenging. It’s a challenging thing, I should add.

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