Wolfsburg winger Andre Schurrle discusses his Chelsea exit on transfer deadline day…
German international Andre Schurrle has admitted that he was delighted to leave Chelsea and return home on transfer deadline day. The 24-year-old joined Wolfsburg in a £24m move after struggling to hold down a first-team place at Stamford Bridge.
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Schurrle, who was quoted by the Daily Star, said: “Towards the end, everything did draw out somewhat, which was stressful for me and really frayed my nerves.
“Now I am finally at VfL Wolfsburg and I am very, very happy about that. It wasn’t my first transfer, so I was aware that these things can take longer than expected before all parties have agreed on the terms.
“That considered, I was a little tense, because I really wanted to make the move to Wolfsburg. Despite that though, I was always pretty convinced that it would work out in the end.”
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