Exciting player now on way to Chelsea after VISA green light


CHELSEA’s future wonder kid arrival Kendry Paez is a step closer to arriving after getting his visa accepted for his move to the UK.

Since the arrival of Ted Boehly at the club last summer – the Club have been spending some serious money on some of the best young talents in the game right now.

It is clear that the American has a long-term plan at Stamford Bridge and has made sure that we have beaten off their rivals for those talents – and it seems that they have once again done it with the signing of Paez

Paez is a talent that has been attracting all the big clubs in the game – and the lad has become the youngest player ever to represent Ecuador at just 16.

Now – it seems that Paez coming to Stamford Bridge is moving closer as he is set to visit the UK over Christmas to check out his future club.

SportWitness have quotes from Independiente del Valle’s sporting director Roberto Arroyo, who explained a little about where his club’s latest gem was up to now:

“We just had Kendry Paez’s visa accepted, and now we have to wait for Chelsea’s planning for him to travel,” Arroyo was quoted as saying.

Club chiefs already believe they’ve signed an “absolute bargain”. That is according to Fabrizio Romano, who recently shared the Paez update in his Daily Briefing.

“It’s becoming clearer all the time that CHELSEA have signed a fantastic talent,” wrote Romano.

“Paez will move to Stamford Bridge in 2025, with Chelsea winning the race for his signature earlier this year when other big clubs like Manchester United and Bayern Munich were also interested in him. The Blues also increasingly feel that they got an absolute bargain for the teenage midfielder, whose value has probably already shot up since they agreed the package for him.

“It was not easy for Chelsea to arrive there ahead of other clubs, so it’s a great job by their recruitment team, and a smart deal. Chelsea feel he’s probably already worth double what they paid for him, so who knows where he’ll be by the time he joins the club when he turns 18.”