Tiemoue Bakayoko Chelsea
Ahmed Hegazi Gary Cahill Jonny Evans Bakayoko Marcos Alonso Chelsea West Brom

Chelsea appointed Maurizio Sarri as their new manager a couple of weeks ago and with that, the Blues finally set the ball rolling in the transfer market.

After the appointment of the former Napoli manager, the London outfit have signed midfielder Jorginho which means the rest of the midfielders in the squad will have to prove their worth to the new manager.

And amongst these players perhaps the one that might be in the biggest trouble in Tiemoue Bakayoko.




Bakayoko joined Chelsea from AS Monaco for a reported fee of £40 million but the French International has failed to make any sort of impact during his time at Stamford Bridge. While the pre-season will play a key role as to how the midfielder’s 2018-19 season shapes up but by the looks of it Bakayoko is not that least bit worried.




Chelsea have moved to Nice, France in order to play in the International Champions Cup and before the flight, Tiemoue Bakayoko was seen carrying a foiled tray.




And before the fans could use their imagination it was revealed that the tray actually contained roast chicken meant for Bakayoko’s teammate.

Bakyoko wrote on his Instagram: “Nissa. We coming! I always care about your stomach guys.”








Ever since the pictures have emerged, the midfielder has become a laughing stock amongst the fans.













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