After the departure of the Germany International Antony Rudiger and joining the Laliga and Uefa Champions League defending champions ie Real Madrid with also releasing Romelu Lukaku to re-join Inter Milan on a long term loan,the blues have completed their first summer signing.Chelsea have signed Ethan Wady on one year contract extension before sending the youngster on loan to Woking FC.
This comes after Chelsea have been linked with the signing of Brazilian duo and Leeds United player Raphina this summer but the deal is not yet through.
Moreover the Austria Bundesliga top team Rapid Wien have completed the signing of Ferdy Druijf with the striker having finalized his permanent move from AZ Alkmaar for an undisclosed fee.However Romal Palmer has signed for Goztepe with the player having joined them from the England Championship team Barnsley.With football supporters waiting for Man United and Chelsea to sign big names,other clubs are about to settle because they have recruited adequate players.
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