Jonathan David is keen on joining a ‘massive’ club in Premier League or La Liga
Jonathan David, a striker for Lille, has stated that if given the opportunity to play for a “big club,” he will “go for it.” The Canadian has been touted to Manchester United and Chelsea.
David, who was raised in Ottawa, was given the chance to relocate to Europe at the age of 18 when he was awarded a job by Gent. He arrived in France with Lille after scoring 37 tallies in 83 outings in Belgium. Year to year, he has shown development; this winter, he has nine goals in 12 games.
A large relocation is now more likely as a result of a similar form.
Days ago, 90min stated that Chelsea is keeping an eye on David. The Blues are interested in Napoli attacker Victor Osimhen, but they anticipate intense rivalry for the Nigerian global, so they are also looking at a number of other choices, including David.
With Terrence Martial still battling injury and Cristiano Ronaldo expected to quit Manchester United at a certain point in 2023, the team also needs a striker.
With Canada participating in a competition on an international for the first time since 1986, David will have extra opportunities to impress prospective suitors at the swiftly forthcoming World Cup.
“I frequently viewed TV coverage of European football. So, that was always the end result for me. I only wished to go to Europe, so that was it concerning the future of his club, David spoke with Sky Sports News.
Everybody player aspires to playing for a major club at some point in their career, and I believe that if given the chance, I would definitely take it. “The next step is constantly expanding, and had more desire, and a bigger club,” he said.
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David has no objections to competing in the Premier League or La Liga.
“They play in two distinct leagues. But I believe I can adjust to both without a doubt “said he.”I think that the knowledge I’ve gained while living in France will be very helpful if I need to adjust to a new environment quickly. I feel comfortable from both leagues.”
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