Fans to welcome another Bundesliga arrival after Chelsea agree signing of midfielder


CHELSEA is very close to securing the signing of RB Leipzig midfielder Dominic Szoboszlai, it has been claimed.

Despite the fact that the Chelsea board have splashed some serious money over the last couple of transfer windows and brought in a number of new players – and despite the speculation that Graham Potter could get the sack – there is still alot of speculation about players coming into the club.

Now – According to Tuttomercatoweb ( via the Sport Witness), Chelsea is very close to securing the signing of RB Leipzig midfielder Szoboszlai.

The young midfielder has been linked to a switch to Stamford Bridge for almost a year and now the report claims that the two parties are very close to reaching an agreement.

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Although it is still to be revealed how much the Blues are looking to shell out for Szobszlai’s signature.

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Chelsea are seemingly signing every player that they are being linked with – if you believe all the reports in the media and tabloids.

Szoboszlai is a man that has been impressing over in the Bundesliga for the last couple of seasons now and could be a very solid addition to that Blues side if the reports are true.

He is not a statement signing – he is not a player that will bang in the goals on a weekly basis and he is not a player that will get the Blues fans that excited. But he is a player that the club want.

We are not sure what the goal is for the future of CHELSEA – but with all the players that are arriving – the club need to make sure that they are signing quality players over quantity.

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