Tiger Fight, November 3 In the previously announced Premier League roster, Chelsea added the retired Cech to the roster, saying that this was a special arrangement due to the epidemic. Now Cech has taken up a job in the Chelsea management, but he has returned to the training ground at the same time, and is even ready to play again.
In an interview with Telefoot, 38-year-old Cech said: "If I'm no longer a Premier League player, it would be a professional mistake for Chelsea to add me to the roster, but Chelsea is not like that."
"I know very well that if there is a need, I am 100% willing to help the team. I am very healthy. After two months of training, I found that I was back to my previous level."
"I haven't played football for a year. Training really regained my energy. I used to play football as a professional player for 20 years and now my physical condition is restored. If the situation requires it, I am ready."
Cech joined Chelsea from Rennes in 2004, played at Stamford Bridge for 11 years, joined Arsenal in 2015, and announced his retirement after the 2019 Europa League final. After Lampard succeeded Sarri as Chelsea's head coach, Cech also returned to Chelsea as a technical and performance consultant. This season, he helped the Blues sign goalkeeper Mendy from his old club Rennes.