French star delighted with Chelsea move – £87M star wanted at Chelsea – Midfielder confirms move

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Chelsea icon Pat Nevin has revealed that he would love to see the Blues sign Khvicha Kvaratskhelia from Napoli.

The Summer window is now open and there is alot of speculation in the media about who that  board will look to try and bring in to help get the club challenging for that Premier League title.

Kvaratskhelia is a player that all the big clubs have been linked with over the past few seasons and is a man that has been heavily tipped to leave Napoli this summer if his £87 million asking price is met.

And amid the speculation – Nevin has opened up and revealed that the talented winger is the dream signing for him at the Bridge – Speaking to Genting Casinos, Pat Nevin said:

“My dream signing for CHELSEA this summer is Khvicha Kvaratskhelia. He’s a great player with a great personality and he’s old school and modern at the same time.

“He’s doing it for Georgia and Napoli, put him in a top team and he could be extra special. I’d love to see him playing in the Premier League. Absolutely love it.

“If Chelsea can make one big signing, that would be the one. He’s skilful, he dribbles, he runs with the ball, he’s good in the air, he takes players on. You name it. He also does it while smiling and loving every second of it.”


Chelsea have announced the signing of Sandy Baltimore from PSG – and the winger is delighted with the move.

The forward has agreed a four-year contract after leaving PSG, where she made over 200 appearances: ‘It is important for me to have those relationships when coming to a new club,’ Baltimore told the club website. ‘They can help me adapt with things like the language and living in a new city and with things on the pitch.

‘Knowing them gives me more confidence for when I am playing. It will help me feel a bit freer to focus on the football.’

‘It is reassuring to see [them do well since joining CHELSEA] because it gives me confidence that hopefully I can do the same,’ said the 28-time capped French international. ‘It is my time to try and do the same now.

‘I know it can take time to adapt at a new club, but I am going to work hard and keep my focus.’

‘I’ve played against Sonia in France,’ said Baltimore. ‘It is true she’s a very strong manager with a very good record. She is a good coach and has won a lot.

‘When I was at PSG, the games against Lyon were always difficult. They were always very good battles. I am excited to work together with Sonia at Chelsea.’

‘I know this is a very good club,’ said Baltimore. ‘I’m happy to be joining Chelsea. It is a really exciting moment for me.

‘I started playing at Paris Saint-Germain at a very young age. The fact I started playing there so young means I have grown up with football and I had to mature quite fast.

‘I’m hoping I can keeping growing and continue that development here at Chelsea. I want to be able to bring the technical qualities that I have and use them to help the team.

‘I hope the fans will be able to see my technical abilities and my ability to move the ball around to my team-mates. At Chelsea, I want to improve tactically and the physical side of my game.’

‘I played against CHELSEA two years ago and it was not an easy game,’ said Baltimore. They were a very difficult team to play against and I could tell they were physically very strong.

‘That was interesting to me and I know I am going to be able to progress in my physical game here.’


CHELSEA Academy graduate Michael Golding has completed a permanent transfer to Premier League side Leicester City.

He said after joining the Foes: “I’m so excited to be here,” Golding revealed in his interview upon signing for the Foxes. “I’m looking forward to making leaps and bounds in my career here at Leicester and working hard to hopefully have a good season in the Premier League.

“I’m looking to get more experience this season and be a big player for the team. I’m really looking forward to playing for the Foxes at King Power Stadium in the Premier League, it’s really a dream come true.”

“Obviously the history of the Club speaks for itself, there’s great players here and legends of game such as Jamie Vardy. I’m just looking to soak up as much information as I can from the senior players, to learn from the staff and hopefully have a great season.

“I’m excited to break into the First Team and play with these players. I’m buzzing to meet the lads and hopefully I can get involved and get ready for the season as well and improve on the pitch with the team.”

“I can’t wait to get started with training and learning from the Manager,” the youngster expressed. “I’m very excited to learn from Steve Cooper, given some of the players that he’s worked with and his track record of working with young players.

“I’m just ready to get started under him and take as much information as I can to improve in my career. I spoke to him a day ago and he’s really given me confidence just to be myself and show my ability on the pitch when I’m here, so that I can help the team as much as I can.”


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