Chelsea enter a favorable position to sign Denzel Dumfries

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According to reports, Chelsea have entered a pole position to sign Inter Milan wing-back Denzel Dumfries. New owner Todd Boehly had already made a serious statement after spending a fortune in the last summer window. About £241 million was spent last summer on Thomas Tuchel‘s squad. But since the departure of the German manager, all focus have shifted to new Chelsea manager Graham Potter. In their quest to become a top club in the Premier League, Chelsea are looking to sign potential players this transfer window. Reports claim that Chelsea are to win the race to sign Inter Milan’s Denzel Dumfries.

Chelsea are the favorites to sign Denzel Dumfries

Reports claim that Chelsea are the favorites to sign the Netherlands international Denzel Dumfries. The club have reportedly agreed to sell the player. The Italian newspapers claims, ‘it is certain’ that Dumfries will ‘leave’ the club after his contract. Hence the club plans on selling him in January and have him back on loan for the rest of the season. Dumfries’ potential transfer fee is considered about €40 million. This is arguably reasonable considering his football talent at such a young age. He has been a key player for Inter Milan for the past season. The Italian media rates him as a ‘very exciting’ defender with great potential. Dumfries could be a perfect signing for Chelsea, as Graham Potter looks to find an alternative player for Reece James.

The Dutch’s performance at the World Cup

Denzel Dumfries registered two assists to his name and a goal in the match against USA. Netherland won the match 3-1 against USA. Putting Netherlands through to quarter-finals. Although the Blues are favorites to sign the player, it is not known when the deal will go through. The signing could be for this January window or for the summer transfer window.

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