Enzo Fernandez, the son of legendary Real Madrid and France midfielder Zinedine Zidane, has opened up on life in the Premier League and says the chant of Chelsea fans is ‘unimaginable’.
The 21-year-old joined the Blues from Real Madrid in the summer of 2019 and has since made 11 appearances for the club. He has been a regular in Frank Lampard’s side this season, making seven appearances in the Premier League.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Enzo said he was taken aback by the passion of the Chelsea fans. “The atmosphere at Stamford Bridge is incredible,” he said. “The fans are so passionate and they really make you feel like you’re part of something special.
“The chant they do for me is unimaginable. It’s something I never expected and it’s really humbling.”
Enzo also spoke about the differences between the Premier League and La Liga. “The Premier League is much more physical than La Liga,” he said. “The intensity of the game is much higher and the pace is much quicker.
“It’s a lot more direct and there’s a lot more contact. You have to be ready for anything and you have to be able to adapt quickly.”
Enzo has been impressed with the quality of the Premier League and believes it is the best league in the world. “The Premier League is the best league in the world,” he said. “The quality of the players is incredible and the competition is so intense.
“Every game is a challenge and you have to be at your best to get a result. It’s a great league to be a part of and I’m really enjoying my time here.”
Enzo is determined to make the most of his time in the Premier League and is determined to help Chelsea achieve success. “I want to make the most of my time here and help the team to achieve success,” he said. “I’m learning every day and I’m determined to keep improving.
“I want to be a key part of this team and help us to win trophies. That’s my goal and I’m determined to make it happen.”
Enzo Fernandez has certainly made an impression since joining Chelsea and his passion for the game and determination to succeed is clear to see. He is a player with huge potential and could be a key part of the Blues’ success in the years to come.