Chelsea announce transfer of 11-goal winger – Blues offered £80M man – Defender excited after Chelsea transfer announced

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Omari Hutchinson has left CHELSEA and completed a permanent transfer to Ipswich Town, it has been revealed today.

The club posted on the club website: ‘The 20-year-old spent last season on loan with Town and helped the club secure promotion to the Premier League.

He made 50 appearances in all competitions and ended the campaign with 11 goals and four assists. After previous spells in our Academy, Hutchinson returned to the Blues in the summer of 2022 from Arsenal.

‘The young winger featured regularly for our Under-21s throughout his debut campaign and his development was recognised as he earned two caps for Jamaica.

‘Hutchinson also made his CHELSEA debut in a Premier League fixture against Manchester City in January 2022 at Stamford Bridge. He then faced the same opposition three days later in the FA Cup at the Etihad Stadium.

‘The young winger joined Ipswich last season to gain further first-team experience and enjoyed a stellar campaign in which he was named Championship Player of the Month for February and ended the season with Ipswich’s Young Player of the Year award.

‘We wish Omari well as he begins a new chapter in his career and thank him for all his efforts while with the Blues.’

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Hutchinson enjoyed some good playing time at Ipswich – and although many fans will be disappointed that he has left the club – this is probably for the best.


Defender Lewis Hall has admitted that he is delighted after it was confirmed that he has now joined Newcastle United on a permanent basis from CHELSEA

The 19-year-old full-back has signed a long-term contract at St. James’ Park after impressing in his 22 appearances for the Magpies during the 2023-24 campaign, scoring twice.

And after the move was officially confirmed – the defender has opened up and revealed that he is proud and excited to carry on his adventure with Newcastle – Lewis Hall said: “I am extremely proud to be able to build on last season and continue my journey at Newcastle United. The fans, the manager and his staff, my teammates and everyone at the club have made me feel so welcome that I want to repay the faith they’ve shown in me.

“When you pull on the black and white shirt, there is no feeling like it and playing in front of the best supporters in the country is extra special for me being a Toon fan.

“I gained a lot of experience last season, and with the squad we have, we’ll be looking to push on even further this season. I can’t wait to get started.”

Newcastle United head coach, Eddie Howe said: “Lewis was a very good addition to our squad last season and we have been delighted with his progress and his contribution to the team.

“I’m very pleased to continue working with him. As well as being a talented player, he has a great attitude towards the game and to his own development and I’m excited for this next part of his journey in a Newcastle United shirt.”


Manchester United representatives have reportedly offered Jadon Sancho to Chelsea this summer as they seek to offload the former England international.

The move to Man United was meant to be that next step in his career – but issues off the pitch and the inability to get on with his boss – coupled with some dodgy performances has meant that he did not live upto expectations – and was shipped back to Borussia Dortmund on loan.

But Sancho has scored three goals and registered one assist in all competitions for Dortmund since returning to the club on loan in January and looks every bit like the player he was just a few seasons ago, but he is still expected to pack his bags and leave Man United this summer window.

TEAMtalk reports United are also said to be open for a loan move with an obligation to buy the south London native next summer. A heavily incentivised deal featuring add-ons and bonuses is allegedly another route the club would consider.

Dwight Yorke recently encouraged the club to make a move to try and sign Manchester United winger Jadon Sancho: “It’s an uncomfortable situation for Jadon Sancho, the manager has won the battle in the end and he’ll look for a way out of Man United now,” he said via Best Payout Online Slots.

“If Sancho played under Erik ten Hag again and had one bad performance, everyone would be pointing their finger at him. Sancho is more than good enough to play for another team in the ‘Big Six’, he’ll want to play for another top team.

“He might go on another year-long loan to a top club, maybe CHELSEA or abroad somewhere like Barcelona, then he’ll see if Ten Hag gets sacked, then he can kick-start his Man United career. If I was Sancho, I’d sit tight for a bit and negotiate a loan so I can see the manager’s situation.”


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