Fabrizio Romano Reveals Chelsea Have Completed Yet Another Signing – ‘It’s 100% Closed’

Fabrizio Romano Reveals Chelsea Have Completed Yet Another Signing – ‘It’s 100% Closed’

According to Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea’s agreement to buy RB Leipzig striker Christopher Nkunku for the upcoming campaign is sealed. The Frenchman is anticipated to arrive at Stamford Bridge in July 2023, according to the transfer guru, who has given his “here we go” on the move.

This comes after Romano said that the Blues had signed another forward, and on Thursday, the desired “here we go” was given to their pursuit of Molde star Datro Fofana.

After observing the very skilled forward’s development in the Bundesliga over the past few months, the Blues moved quickly to sign him. All required documents have been signed by all parties involved, and the deal is now final.

Having reached a complete agreement on the terms of the contract, Nkunku may now be regarded as a prospective member of the Chelsea team. Both the German club and the player’s support staff have approved it. The 25-year-old will play all 16 games for Leipzig this season before joining the Premier League’s top clubs in the summer.

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Todd Boehly put in a lot of effort to close this transaction before other teams expressed interest in Nkunku. They were able to move the deal along faster while the transfer window was still closed since he even instigated the forward to have his medical exams done in secret and rapidly concluded personal terms with him.

The 25-year-old forward has played for RB Leipzig for much of his career, and over the past few seasons, he has been among the most productive players in Europe. His incredible goal-scoring prowess and consistency drew Chelsea to pick him up fast. He has 17 goals and four assists in just 21 games this season across all competitions.

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In 159 appearances for the Bundesliga team over a lengthier period, Nkunku boasts outstanding statistics, tallying 64 goals and 51 assists. Before suffering an awful injury in training, he was expected to play for France at the World Cup in Qatar. The Frenchman will want to dominate the Premier League the following season and is predicted to rebound strongly from that setback.

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