Ghana international, Christian Atsu, believes signing for English Premier League side, Chelsea, is the best decision he has ever made.
After bursting onto the scene with Portuguese giants Porto, the winger made a switch to Stamford Bridge, joining the Blues on a five-year deal in 2013.
High competition for places in the team forced him out on successive loans before permanently leaving the club for Newcastle United in 2017.
However, the 30-year-old still stands by his decision and has described it as the ‘best ever’ he has made.
Atsu made the revelation in a reply to a Facebook post on Tuesday, August 30.
After four years with the Magpies, Atsu left on a free transfer to Al-Raed.
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