The man with the highest transfer fee in the EPL, even received support from Messi, the ‘god of soccer’

Enzo Fernández (22) was cheered on by fellow Argentine soccer team member Lionel Messi (35).

On the morning of the 2nd (hereinafter Korean time), Chelsea posted a picture of the uniform with Enzo’s uniform through the club’s official social network service (SNS).

Chelsea continued, “Central midfielder Enzo, who joined from prestigious Portuguese Benfica, arrived at the Cobham training ground today to meet the team staff. He will be with us until June 2031 and will use the number 5 that Jorginho used when he moved to Arsenal.”

Accordingly, Messi, who became the ‘God of Football’ this year, showed his affection for his junior by pressing ‘Like’ on Enzo’s Instagram.

The previous two are the present and future of the Argentine soccer team, and they are the main characters who led the World Cup victory in Qatar World Cup last year. Messi was selected as the MVP of the tournament, and Enzo was honored with the ‘Young Player Award’, which refers to the best prospect. 온라인바카라

Above all, Messi continues to maintain a friendly relationship with Chelsea. In addition, when Messi had a feud with Barcelo manager Luis Enrique in 2015, Chelsea was mentioned as a potential transfer destination.

Meanwhile, Messi’s favorite Enzo has been courted by Chelsea right after the World Cup.

Chelsea continued negotiations with Benfica once in the winter transfer market, but failed because they could not find an agreement on the method of payment of the transfer fee. However, ahead of the deadline, Chelsea again launched an active offensive and wore a blue uniform for the highest transfer fee ever in the Premier League, 121 million euros (approximately 162.6 billion won).

Enzo uses the number 5 jersey to fill Jorginho’s void. Accordingly, he is predicted to be in charge of Chelsea’s midfield.

In addition, Enzo expressed his determination to be a part of the team, saying, “I want to play in front of the fans as soon as possible and help my teammates.”