I like him, he’s different – Gary Neville, Ian Wright, De Jong agree on Portugal star
Former Premier League stars Gary Neville and Ian Wright have praised Chelsea transfer target Rafael Leao.
This is following Portugal’s 6-1 win over Switzerland in the World Cup's last 16 on Tuesday, where Leao scored the sixth goal.
The AC Milan attacker came on as a substitute and netted the sixth goal moments later.
Chelsea have shown interest in signing the 23-year-old in the January transfer window
“I really like him,” Neville told ITV after Portugal’s victory over the Swiss
Wright added, “You know what it was as well?" "How dynamic he was.”
Former AC Milan defensive midfielder Nigel de Jong added, “He’s so different from the other players they have [in that area]."
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