New Chelsea midfielder Danny Drinkwater sent a direct warning to Spain international Cesc Fabregas on the training pitch ahead of Chelsea‘s encounter with his former team Leicester City on Saturday.
The 27-year-old midfield maestro, who is a direct competition to Cesc Fabregas completed a £35million transfer to Stamford Bridge on deadline day and could play against the former Premier League Champions at the King Power Stadium this weekend.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte signed the English man to West London to add top quality competition to midfielders likes former teammate N’Golo Kante, summer signing Tiemoue Bakayoko and former Arsenal star Fabregas in his midfield.
With the England international Danny Drinkwater and former Barcelona star Cesc Fabregas battling for a place in Antonio Conte’s midfield this campaign, the Blues’ transfer deadline day signing will have been desperate to make an impact at the club this week.
And, after netting a brilliant solo goal on Tuesday, He scored another beating Fabregas with a beautiful piece of skill.
England international striker Jamie Vardy claims former-Leicester City team-mates Danny Drinkwater and Ngolo Kante are ‘enemies’ ahead of Saturday’s King Power Stadium clash.
Vardy told Sky Sports news: ‘It will be good (interesting) to see them (both players) again but obviously come (at) kick-off, they’re enemies to me (Vardy).