With the final day of the summer transfer window edging closer, various clubs are in a bid of closing in on their final signings of the summer window.After securing Raheem Sterling's services a few weeks ago from Manchester City, latest updates indicate that Inter Milan has accepted Chelsea's bid on Cesara Casadei.
Chelsea had earlier agreed on the personal terms with the player who is now expected to complete his medical ahead of the €15m plus €5m add-ons fee worth deal.
Born in Ravenna, Italy, Cesara Casadei is a 19 years old professional footballer who began his football career as a youth with Cervia.He went on to join Casena and later Inter Milan in 2018.He has too been an Italy youth international from 2018 to date.
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