Former Inter Milan Player Antonio Candreva has revealed why his move to Frank Lampard's side failed back in January this year.
Recalled that the 33-year-old was heavily linked with a move to Chelsea around that time but along the line the deal collapsed.
The Italian winger who's currently on loan at Sampdoria from Inter Milan scored a total of 7 goals and provided 9 assist in 40 games for the Antonio Conte's side last season.
However here is reason why he didn't later joined Chelsea in January, according to him he said “There was a strong interest during the January window, but nothing happened bcos I’d only arrived at Inter (the previous summer from Lazio). If in the future, the possibility of having an experience abroad arrives, I could consider a nice offer”
The same January was when Chelsea transfer ban was lifted in which they agreed Hakim Ziyech's deal from Afc Ajax on deadline day and later went on to make six more signings in the summer window.
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