With just few months to the January transfer window, reports making the rounds suggest that Brazilian powerful box-box midfielder Ramires has agreed a four-year contract extension with the Stamford Bridge outfit which will see him remain with the Blues till 2019.
This comes as a welcome development for Chelsea who have had the worst start to their EPL campaign in 37-years with just being able to gather eight points out of a possible 24 points so far this season.
Chelsea have been a shadow of themselves this season, compared to an outstanding performances they had last season which see them winning both the English Premier League and the Capital One Cup.
The 28-year old Brazilian midfielder moved to Chelsea in 2010 from Portuguese side Benfica and had since helped the Blues won major titles such as the prestigious UEFA Champions League, FA Cup, Capital One Cup, League Cup and UEFA Europa Cup.
Ramires known for his high work rate and team commitment has scored a total of 35 goals in 226 appearances for the Blues in all competition.
The energetic star is arguably the most versatile player in the Blues squad and this has left most football pundit wondering where his best position on the pitch is.
We at chelseafc360.com just can’t wait for the announcement of the deal and we hope his contract extension will bring a fresh bite to the team’s performance this season and beyond.