World class Striker finally agreed to join Chelsea as the Blues working on another £77m signing

World class Striker finally agreed to join Chelsea as the Blues working on another £77m signing.

According to reports in the media, Christopher Nkunku has already signed a pre-contract agreement with Chelsea and will go to Stamford Bridge next summer.

Following the club’s decision to fire German manager Thomas Tuchel following a lackluster start to the new season, Graham Potter has agreed to a five-year contract with Chelsea.

Owner Todd Boehly is said to have promised the former Brighton manager that he will have plenty of time to carry out his ambitions for the position.

And because Chelsea was unable to recruit the attacker during the summer transfer window despite receiving multiple offers, this has led to media speculation that Chelsea was eager to get the services of Nkunku.

But now that it has been reported that the youngster has signed a pre-contract deal with the Blues, it appears that Chelsea has decided to bring him to the Premier League.

The Athletic claims that Chelsea has already reached a complete agreement with the player and has promised to pay far more than that sum in order to fend off competition from some of the top teams in Europe.

Chelsea agreed to pay Leipzig more than the £52.7 million release clause, which will become active next summer, as part of the agreement.

The 24-year-old, who scored 20 goals and provided 13 assists last season and has already scored six goals this season, was one of the top players in the Bundesliga.

After agreeing to sign Christopher Nkunku from RB Leipzig, it has been reported that Chelsea is now negotiating to sign Josko Gvardiol.

Nkunku, who scored 20 goals and provided 13 assists in the 2021–22 Bundesliga season, was one of the league’s top players. So far in 2022–23, he has scored six goals.

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And according to The Athletic, Chelsea has already reached a complete agreement with the player and has promised to pay substantially more than £45 to fend off competition from some of Europe’s top clubs.

Chelsea agreed to pay Leipzig more than the £52.7 million release clause, which will become active next summer, as part of the agreement.

The Telegraph now claims that Chelsea are eager to sign his teammate Gvardiol to a contract and are currently negotiating a deal to outbid their competitors for his services.

Despite the Blues’ significant summer spending to bring in Wesley Fofana and Kalidou Koulibaly, the defense still raises questions, particularly with Thiago Silva and Cesar Azpilicueta nearing the end of their careers.

Given that Graham Potter prefers back three formations, just like Thomas Tuchel’s predecessor, Gvardiol would be a more natural fit in the left-sided center-back position and would add more youth to the back line.


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