‘Its Done’ €60 million has completed medical ahead of Chelsea move


Fabrizio Romano has all but given his trademark “HERE WE GO” for the Christopher Nkunku transfer to Chelsea.

Graham Potter has reportedly been assured by owner Todd Boehly that he will be given plenty of time to implement his plans for the role.

And that has led to speculation in the media that Chelsea have been keen to secure the services of Nkunku after failing to sign the attacker during the summer transfer window – despite numerous offers

Now – According to journalist Fabrizio Romano that Chelsea and RB Leipzig have now reached an agreement over Nkunku

He Tweeted that The Blues already completed the medicals for the Frenchman, paying his €60 million release clause. The RB Leipzig forward will sign a long-term deal with Chelsea and will join them next season.

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Chelsea fans were a little disappointed to see that they were unable to see Nkunku perform at the World Cup because of that injury he picked up – but he really is a special kind of player.

There is a reason why all the big clubs have been watching him – there is a reason why he will cost so much and that is because he is a player that is good enough for the big time.

So, if the reports are true and Chelsea have reached an agreement to bring the Frenchman to the club at the end of the season – he will be a fantastic signing for the Blues and a man that can cause real havoc.

However – he will need time to adapt – as the Premier League is not the Bundesliga and it will take time for him to settle in England – settle at Stamford Bridge and get used to the way Graham Potter likes to play.

If Potter is still there by the start of next season.

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