Chelsea’s Jérémie Boga and Victorien Angban and Manchester United’s Andreas Pereira talk about life on loan in a La Liga relegation battle
Chelsea against Manchester United is on television on Monday night, 8.45pm on Teledeporte, so here’s the question: who’s getting the food in? Andreas Pereira grins, nods to the right and thumbs in the direction of Victorien Angban. Sitting to the other side of him, Jérémie Boga agrees. “Him,” he says, smiling, signalling across the table. As for Victorien, he looks a little blank at first, which is not entirely surprising considering the question was asked in English, and then he starts giggling while the other two crack up. Again.
It is a big FA Cup tie and free-to-air in Spain, but that is not why they will be watching, or not the only reason: it is a game they aspire to appear in and soon. All three play for Granada in La Liga, but Angban and Boga, both 20, belong to Chelsea while Pereira, who is 21, is a United player. All of them, who get on well and converse in French, are here on loan. At the end of the season, they will return to England. For good, they hope, but they know the decision may not be theirs.
Source: Football News
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