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Chelsea: Wesley Fofana lashes out at Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers’ ‘false and misleading comments’

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‘The coach chose to expose me a lot… The fans were led to believe I disrespected the club’: Wesley Fofana lashes out at Brendan Rodgers’ ‘false and misleading remarks’ in EXPLOSIVE statement as he leaves Leicester for Chelsea in a £69.5m deal

  • Wesley Fofana accused Brendan Rodgers of ‘false and misleading comments’
  • The defender made a £69.5m transfer from Leicester to Chelsea on Wednesday
  • Foxes manager Rodgers banned Fofana from training with the club’s Under-23 team
  • Rodgers questioned the 21-year-old’s ‘commitment’, ‘focus’ and ‘behaviour’
  • Fofana has now bitten the Northern Irishman in a brutal social media post

Wesley Fofana has bitten back at Brendan Rodgers in an extraordinary social media post after leaving Leicester for Chelsea.

The French defender joined the Blues on Wednesday for a fee of £69.5million, signing a seven-year deal with Thomas Tuchel’s side.

And after Foxes boss Rodgers questioned Fofana’s “commitment”, “focus” and “behaviour”, the 21-year-old attacked the Northern Irishman in a sensational and explosive statement.

Wesley Fofana (left) hit Brendan Rodgers (right) in explosive social media post

The 21-year-old defender left Leicester for Chelsea on Wednesday in a huge £69.5m deal

The 21-year-old defender left Leicester for Chelsea on Wednesday in a huge £69.5m deal

His statement reads: ‘It’s time to say goodbye. During these two seasons here I have probably experienced the most intense moments of my young football career. I have grown as a player, but also as a man.

“Thank you, Foxes fan(s), for your kindness and constant support, even at times when you thought I disrespected the club. I will never forget how we trembled, cheered or cried together… I will never forget you.

“I have chosen not to communicate during this transfer window, despite all the criticism and all the often false and misleading remarks, even if they came from the club. I understood and I learned.

“I didn’t want to damage the image of the institution and chose to take it rather than answer it. I thank Top (Chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha) for his understanding, thanks to the managers, to the coach who has always appreciated me even though he chose to expose me a lot lately… I got it coach.

Foxes boss Rodgers questioned 21-year-old's 'commitment', 'focus' and 'behaviour'

Foxes boss Rodgers questioned 21-year-old’s ‘commitment’, ‘focus’ and ‘behaviour’

Fofana called his words 'false and misleading' and said 'the coach chose to expose me a lot'

Fofana called his words ‘false and misleading’ and said ‘the coach chose to expose me a lot’

“Thank you to the staff for their trust, their advice and of course their support during my injury and my recovery period. There were ups and downs, but I’ve never cheated, you can be sure of that.

‘Thank you to all the people who work here every day, you are the soul of this club! Finally, thanks to my teammates, my brothers, the Foxes soldiers. We’ll meet again, on a soccer field or elsewhere #PourEux #lcfc #LaWestt.’

Rodgers, who had banned Fofana from training in the club’s youth division as punishment for missing practice, had said his way of handling the saga is different from Harry Maguire’s “flawless” behavior before he left three years ago. moved to Man United for £80million.

He added: “For me it’s always about the dedication and when the players are ready to commit to the team’s ethos (they can return),” Rodgers said.

He’s not available this weekend. He has trained with our Under 21’s. It was a challenge for Wesley. If you’re not in the right mood, we have to move on.’

“To be honest with Harry, in terms of his behavior and his focus for the club, he was fantastic right up to the last minute.

“It’s different for Wesley. He is a younger player, and perhaps under various pressures behind the scenes. Wesley is a really good lad and has been great to us during his time here. We have to see how the next period goes.’

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