Chelsea Agree £50m Move for Leicester Left Back Ben Chilwell


Chelsea looks set to wrap another big signing after reportedly agreeing to sign Ben Chilwell from Leicester for £50million.

Chelsea agree £50m with Leicester to sign Ben Chilwell

Frank Lampard looks set to build a very strong team to immediately make an impact in the Premier League with the signing of Timo Werner for £53m, Hakim Ziyech for £38m while they are also in talks to complete moves for Kai Havertz, Thiago Silva and Malang Sarr.

The Telegraph reports that Chelsea have agreed a £50m deal with Leicester to complete the signing of the England left back.

Chilwell will sign a-five-year deal with Chelsea as Frank Lampard seeks to match the Premier League champions Liverpool and rumer-ups Manchester City boot-for-boot in contention for the 2020/21 League title.

Chilwell did not feature in Leicester’s last five matches due to injury on his heel which was believed to be a factor thay caused Leicester to miss the top four.

Chelsea are ruthless in transfer window this summer planning a whooping £231m shopping spree for Kai Havertz, Thiago Silva and Sarr.

The Blues reportedly are closing in on a £90m move for German wonderkid Kai Havertz from Bayern Leverkusen.

Chelsea are also reportedly getting closer to completing a £90m move for Kai Havertz from Leverkusen

Chelsea and Leverkusen officials over the past 48 hours have reportedly been negotiating finally coming to agreement to pay £90 million for the midfielder.

An initial amount of £71.8m will be payed upfront with the rest coming in form of performance-related bonuses.

Chelsea have also reportedly agreed a one year deal for Brazilian veteran defender Thaigo Silva who contract with PSG currently expired after the Champions League final.

Sarr is also set to complete his medicals this week and sign a-four-year contract at Stamford Bridge

The Blues are also wrapping up a deal for former Nice defender Sarr with the young defender expected to arrive in London to complete his medicals this week and complete a deal for four years at Stamford Bridge.


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