Denis Zakaria, a midfielder for Chelsea, is a member of a “negative circle,” but he has the potential to break through and turn things around if given the opportunity.
BSC Young Boys’ chief sports officer Christophe Spycher agrees, saying that the Switzerland international can save the Blues’ season at Stamford Bridge.
Blues signed Zakaria on loan from Juventus at the close of the summer transfer season, giving them a capable midfielder to help shore up a weak spot.
Seven months after joining Juventus, where he had failed to make an impact or get significant playing time, he was traded.
It’s been the same at Chelsea, where he hasn’t even started a game and has spent the most of his time on the bench.
As a result, the midfielder has been criticised for his choice to join Chelsea, with some claiming that he did not give either the move or his career a serious enough consideration.
Spycher, on the other hand, doesn’t share these views and has faith that Graham Potter will see the light and give Zakaria a second opportunity.
More chelsea latest news: Chelsea striker could turn loan move away from club into permanent deal
More chelsea latest news: Manchester City are not happy with what Todd Boehly is about to do at Chelsea – report
More chelsea latest news: Chelsea now in talks with key figure who left Tottenham in 2016 – Reports
He is quoted as adding, “Denis is undoubtedly unfortunate” (4-4-2).
Before his injury, he was one of the most dominating midfielders in the league, and he made tremendous strides in his time with Gladbach. It couldn’t have happened at a worse moment,” he told 4-4-2.
Denis can persevere, but he must be in prime mental and physical condition. Since he is now benched, he is experiencing a downward spiral.
For him to prove himself, he needs two or three games. Then he needs to do a performance, of course.