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Cole Palmer: Guardiola let him go… and he’s on his way to becoming a world star

Cole Palmer: Guardiola let him go... and he's on his way to becoming a world star

They say letting go is the best expression of love, but there are times when we let the wrong person go and regret it a moment later. Something like this could have happened to Pep Guardiola with Cole Palmer, one of the “jewels” of Manchester City’s academy. who left the “ship” this summer for a golden prize. And now it shines in its own light.

From one day to the next, and After showing some initial signs of quality at the time of his promotion to the “Cityzens” first team, Palmer is growing by leaps and bounds. The young 21-year-old winger arrived at Chelsea after a “galactic” €45 million signing and, far from being intimidated, is growing in his new phase. Until now, Scored 4 goals and 4 assists in 11 games controversial with the London team.

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He’Phenom’ Cole Palmer Not only has he conquered the stands at Stamford Bridge, but he is also starting to win the hearts of fans at Wembley Stadium. And the young Chelsea footballer He had the opportunity to make his debut with the England senior team in the duel against Malta. His tremendous performance at the start of the season earned him an award from manager Gareth Southgate.

Palmer dared He brought out his dribbling skills and all his confidence to overflow before the attentive gaze of the tens of thousands of fans present in the stadium. It was only 29 minutes, but it was more than enough to show that he deserves more attention. “It’s a dream come true, a dream moment and this week has been an incredible experience.”he confessed after the meeting.


Cole Palmer’s departure from the Etihad was a bit hectic. Within a few days, Manchester City’s young youth team was eliminated in the European Super Cup final against Sevilla (including a great goal), didn’t lose a minute in the first two Premier games and was transferred to Chelsea at short notice at the request of Mauricio Pochettino.

Although Pep Guardiola did everything he could to convince him at the time, and Palmer pushed for an exit last summer and they were forced to look for a way out of the club. Even after Mahrez’s departure, the young Englishman wasn’t convinced to stay and the truth is that the move away from Manchester hasn’t gone badly at the moment.

Guardiolawhich saw him take part in 25 games for City last season, although he was still a rotation player, accepted the juicy offer of almost 50 million for him, I knew it was a great deal for the club. However, this worked against him in the last Premier game on November 12 at Stamford Bridge. Palmer “rebeled” against his former team and scored the final goal to make it 4-4 with a penalty in the 95th minute. How far, Cole?

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