Tino Livramento, a former Chelsea player, has hinted that he may return to the club where he began his career 'one day' after leaving Stamford Bridge in the summer. The 18-year-old joined Southampton after leaving Chelsea because he wanted to play in the Premier League.
However, Livramento intimated to the Mirror that he could return to Chelsea in the future. “Maybe one day,” he said when asked about a possible return to Stamford Bridge. “But right now, I'm just enjoying my football at Southampton, that's where my head's at right now." "I'm just trying to get as many points as possible and improve on my own."
On Saturday, the defender faced Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, with the Blues winning 3-1. Livramento wowed the crowd by winning a penalty and displaying a solid defensive presence. He went on to say about his Chelsea exit, "It was never going to be easy." It was never going to be easy not having coaches who had watched me grow from seven to 18.
"You just must consider what is best for you and surround yourself with excellent individuals who want what is best for you, such as a good agent, father, and family./It was as if everything fell into place.” - He went on.
The Blues have a buy-back clause in Livramento's contract that kicks in in 2023, when Cesar Azpilicueta will be 33 years old, indicating that a return to the club is possible. Chelsea has the option of £40 million buy-back clause in the transfer to Southampton, which may prove to be a bargain if the adolescent keeps up his current form, but he is not considering it at the moment.
Livramento is one of a talented class of English right-backs, with Trent Alexander-Arnold, Reece James, Kieran Trippier, and Kyle Walker vying for a place in the senior team.
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