Chelsea and Benfica have reportedly reached verbal agreement for the transfer of Enzo Fernandez for a fee of around €120 Million plus performance related add-ons that take it to around €130 Million. The specification of the performance related add-ons and structure of payments are yet to be fully agreed. Enzo won the World Cup with Argentina and has reportedly agreed personal terms and waiting for the club to agree on fee payment terms before flying to London to undergo medicals.
Chelsea have received huge boost as duo Matteo Kovacic and Hakim Ziyech will be fit to face Nottingham Forest on Sunday. Graham Potter added that Goalkeeper Edouard Mendy has problem with a bine that he picked up at the World Cup and needed a little bit of time.
AC Milan are eyeing a short-term deal for a Goalkeeper due to Mike Maignan injury issues and Chelsea star Mendy is liked by the club but a deal would be difficult due to wanting a short term agreement.
Chelsea will listen to offers for Jorginho and Ruben Loftus Cheek in January as Graham Potter wants to transform the squad with new generation stars.
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