Attacker ‘will be huge signing’ for Chelsea – Boehly and Potter told


Christopher Nkunku will be a huge signing for Chelsea after Fabrizio Romano told fans talks are progressing well – according to reporter Iomie Stanley

Nkunku has developed into one of the most dangerous attackers in the Bundesliga and a man that Chelsea are reportedly desperate to try and sign.

It is no secret that Graham Potter wants to add some more quality to that attack and Romano is aware that the club are edging towards reaching an agreement ahead of the transfer window reopening at the turn of the year.

Romano told GIVEMESPORT: “Chelsea have a very good relationship with Leipzig, so they negotiated over a potential fee because Chelsea are not triggering the clause.

“They are discussing a fee with Leipzig worth around £60million, with different kinds of payment terms. Negotiations are progressing very well and the deal is almost ready.”

And after hearing that the club are reportedly closing in on a transfer deal – reporter Stanley has told icfootballnews that he would be a huge signing for Chelsea – he said: ‘Nkunku is a man that is destined for the big Leagues.

‘He has shown himself to be a very good attacker at the very highest level – both at club level and international level.

‘He will bring goals – he will bring creativity and he will bring that quality that Chelsea have been lacking in the final third this season.

‘The only worry is if he is able to adapt to the Premier League – as we have seen a few players arrive in the coming seasons that have not been able to cope with the physical nature of the English game.

‘But if he does manage to adapt – if he is able to handle the British media and if he is able to handle the pressure of playing for Chelsea – – he will be a huge signing.’

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