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Transfer News: Chelsea Announce Two New Signings, Chelsea Learn Asking Price For Defensive Target



Chelsea Announce Two New Signings

1. Omar Hutchinson from Arsenal

Chelsea has completed the signing of another talent for the future Omari Hutchinson from Arsenal. The 18-year-old was a key figure for the Gunners side which finished third in Premier League 2 last season.

2. Kalidou Koulibaly from Napoli

Kalidou Koulibaly is the second player to join Chelsea this summer! The defender arrives from Napoli and has signed a four-year deal at Stamford Bridge.

Koulibaly, an international team-mate of Edouard Mendy’s, will significantly bolster thier defensive options following the departures of Toni Rudiger and Andreas Christensen.

Chelsea Learn Asking Price For Defensive Target

Paris Saint-Germain has set a £42 million ($50m) asking price for Chelsea-linked Presnel Kimpembe, claims The Independent.

The France international is seeing a move to the Premier League speculated and is said to favour a switch to England over one to Italy – with Juventus also said to be keeping a close eye on his situation.

Liverpool to hijack Man Utd’s move for Antony?

Liverpool have, according to Yahoo Esportes, held talks with Ajax forward Antony as they seek to hijack Manchester United’s bid to land the Brazil international.

The Reds are not looking to do a deal this summer, unlike their fierce Premier League rivals, but hope a talented South American can be talked into staying put for 12 months before making his way to Anfield in 2023.

Arsenal yet to table bid for Paqueta

Arsenal remain interested in Lyon midfielder Lucas Paqueta, but Media Foot reports that no formal bid has been tabled as yet.

The Gunners continue to work on recruitment matters behind the scenes for now, with careful consideration being given to the pursuit of a number of possible additions.


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