Nathan Ake believes playing football is the most important thing for someone his age.
The Netherlands international left Chelsea and signed for Bournemouth in a club-record deal of £20 million and he is not the only youngster to leave the Blues this summer. Dominic Solanke joined Liverpool, Berttrand Traoré signed for Lyon and Nathaniel Chalobah moved to Watford.
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“It is a short career, but I’m 22 now and I feel like I have had a good experience playing games and you just want to continue doing that,” Ake told reporters, according to Goal.
“I understand what he said but I think we also know that Chelsea is a big club and for myself it was going to be difficult to come in and play straight away.
The decision to come here was to be able to play more games which is important for me and that is why I came here.
There are no guarantees that I will play coming here but if I train hard and play well then I will have a chance. Hopefully, I can be in the team from the start of the season”