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Chelsea target: This is why it doesn't make sense to move to Stamford Bridge


Chelsea target Jann-Fiete Arp says there is no way he will move to London this summer.

The Hamburg striker attracted interest after scoring two hat-tricks in five games for Germany's under 21s at the European Championship this summer.

But he says it's too early to leave Germany for good.

"It just doesn't make any sense to join Chelsea as a 17-year-old," he told Bild.

"You have achieved near to nothing, basically have no experience in professional football.

"The risk is too high.

"It would have been nonsense to move abroad and neglect everything else.

"Football is a day-to-day business and it can be over any day.

"But nobody can take away the Abitur [German A-levels] from you.

"On top of that, money must not play a role at my age."

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