Chelsea followers have reacted to
“I imagine on this World Cup, it stays my objective,” the 23-year-old mentioned, quoted by L’Equipe. “I play in an enormous membership, I feel it could possibly play in my favour.
“I feel Rabiot, Kanté, Matuidi, Tolisso aren’t any higher than me. I respect the alternatives of the coach and I additionally respect the chosen gamers, they’re proficient, they’re pals. I’m proud that they’re chosen, I wish to be with them. However I am not worse than them.”
Inevitably, there have been quite a lot of Chelsea followers who took to Twitter to specific their disagreement.
lool who gassed Bakayoko, to even suppose he is on Kantes stage is delusional ffs
— Vic (@EdenRevived) November 12, 2017
Bakayoko’s solely higher than Matuidi. Totally different profiles than Tolisso however roughly the identical when it comes to this season’s performances. https://t.co/GjXbd74mZ2
— Le Chelsea Boss (@LeChelseaBoss) November 12, 2017
Bakayoko truly thinks he is higher than Kante when the latter has given him a profession at Chelsea midfield. Self-confidence will not be the identical as shamelessness.
— FRANCO (@franco_47nm) November 12, 2017
I do suppose he has left his mind at Monaco
— Muhammad Obaid (@Obaid_MUFC) November 13, 2017
Clearly Bakayoko has not but achieved sufficient to persuade some supporters that he’s worthy of the hefty payment payed by the membership.
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright is amongst the doubters, claiming that
“I watched Bakayoko the opposite day up entrance or taking part in additional ahead towards Manchester United and he by no means achieved something in that recreation that made me suppose that he’s a greater participant than Loftus-Cheek,” Wright mentioned.
“Now I’m not knocking Chelsea as a result of Chelsea can do no matter they need however the truth is that certainly you’ve obtained to provide the man an opportunity. I’ve seen him and he’s higher than Bakayoko for me.”