Nigerian International Aaron Samuel has expressed his desire to play for English Premier League side Chelsea when he departs CSKA Moscow.
Aaron Samuel Olanare started his senior career in the Nigerian Professional Football League with Shooting Stars in 2012, before signing for a Norwegian side Valenrenga.
He received his first call up letter for Super Eagles by Stephen Keshi to feature against Sudan in the 2015 AFCON qualification, he later made his debut coming on as a substitute fo Nosa Igiebor in the 47th minute in a 1-0 away defeat to Sudan. Luckily he was on the score sheet to the Super Eagles squad that punished Sudan in a 3-1 win at home.
The Former Guangzhou R&F striker signed a four-and-half -year deal contract with the CSKA Moscow in January talks about how he dream to play at Stamford Bridge if he achieves with the Russian club.
“I’ve always loved Chelsea where Celestine Babayaro, John Obi Mikel and Didier Drogba played,” said Samuel to sport-express.ru.
“My dream is to be in this club. If I can achieve a lot with CSKA, then maybe one day I go to the London team.”
Samuel who missed the first half of the season with the Army Men recovering from an injury he suffered in the Russian Cup final.