Mount and Rudiger bid farewell to former Chelsea man leaving England after 17 years

Mount and Rudiger bid to former Chelsea man leaving England after 17 years

Mason Mount and Antonio Rudiger are two of a number of past and present Chelsea players that have reacted to the news that the former Chelsea head physio has left England.

Thierry Laurent had been working with the club since 2005, before being promoted to the senior role in 2014.

He fell victim to the changing of ownership at Chelsea, with Todd Boehly taking the club over from Roman Abramovich.

Mount and Rudiger bid Laurent farewell

Current players such as Reece James and Christian Pulisic were quick to wish him well, with Mason Mount describing him as a ‘legend.’

 

He was also popular with some of those who have moved on from the Blues. Former captain John Terry led a host of former stars in thanking Laurent for his work.

It is currently unclear what the new ownership are planning to do with the position, having hired replacements for the majority of roles that were left blank when the American took over.

Antonio Rudiger went one step further, describing him as ‘the best.’

They carried on their relentless streak of hiring from other clubs yesterday as they confirmed the deal to hire Paul Winstanley from Brighton to ook after transfer matters at the club.

With them likely not done in terms of poaching some of the best members of staff from other clubs, it means there could still be room for another long-standing servant could be forced out again.

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