Official done deals, completed medical tests, Dembele, Kounde, Sterling, Nkunku to Chelsea

Welcome to the latest update on summer transfer window as we bring to you the official done deals and medical tests so far.

Tottenham Hotspurs have signed Goalkeeper Fraser Forster on a two year contract after completing medical tests at London following the expiry of his contract at Southampton. Chelsea have signed French International Eve Perisset on a three year deal from Bordeaux. Marcos Antonio will join Lazio from Shakhter Donestk for €10 Million and will sign a new deal after completing his medicals at Rome.

Ousmane Dembele has reportedly accepted Chelsea Football Club contract offer and agreed personal terms until June 2026 but official announcement will be made soon. Dembele will fly to England to undergo medical tests before officially signing the 4 year deal that will see him earn more than previous salary at Barcelona. Arsenal forward Alexandre Lacazette is currently undergoing medicals tests with Lyon ahead of a free transfer.

James Tarkowski is currently undergoing medical tests at Everton ahead of free transfer from Burnley. Takumi Minamino is set to leave Liverpool this summer & the club would sanction any sale at £17 Million.

Todd Boehly is planning huge move to mark his arrival at Chelsea by signing Netherlands star Matthijs de Light from Juventus with a £200 Million transfer budget made available for Thomas Tuchel to spend this summer. Liverpool have rejected Bayern Munich latest offer worth £30 Million for Sadio Mane as they value the Senegalese at £43 Million.

Getafe president Angel Torres has confirmed that they spoke to Gareth Bale agent and they offered him to them & will study the offer. Juventus are not feeling confident kver Angel Di Maria deal following Barcelona entry as Xavi is open to offer him a 1 year deal as per his request.

One Thought to “Official done deals, completed medical tests, Dembele, Kounde, Sterling, Nkunku to Chelsea”

  1. Deejay Kim

    World class players for Chelsea my Team for the Last 35 years. Defence is where the problem is.

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