Transfer deadline: I’ve some unfinished business with EPL – Chelsea striker, Aubameyang
After moving from Barcelona to Chelsea, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang claimed he still had unfinished business.
On Thursday, the Gabonese striker signed a two-year contract with Chelsea to complete his permanent switch from Barcelona.
The former Arsenal captain became the sixth senior signing of the summer window to bolster the Chelsea squad.
On becoming a Chelsea player, Aubameyang said he has some unfinished business with the Premier League.
I’m really happy. It’s an honour to be part of this team and I can’t wait to start.
Aubameyang told the club's official website: "I have some unfinished business with the Premier League, so it’s good to be back and really exciting."
Transfer deadline: Chelsea pick two new targets as PSG make U-turn on Neymar
Rafael Leao of AC Milan and Arsen Zakharyan of Dynamo Moscow are expected to join Chelsea before Thursday, according to The Times.After Paris Saint-Germain changed its mind about selling either Lionel Messi or Neymar, Chelsea decided to pursue the two stars.Todd Boehly, the owner of Chelsea, reportedly welcomed the idea of acquiring Neymar from PSG, but was later informed the Brazilian was not up for sale.As a result, the report says, Chelsea have turned their atten...
Transfer deadline: Blow for Chelsea as Gvardiol move collapses
Josko Gvardiola of RB Leipzig has extended his agreement with the team through June 2027.This comes after Chelsea's offer of €90 million was declined on Wednesday.There is no time left to finish an agreement as the summer transfer window closes today; discussions will resume in January 2023.This was revealed by transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano.Romano said: “Official. RB Leipzig's Josko Gvardiol extended his contract with RB Leipzig until June 2027 — as Chelsea’s €90...
Why is Spartak Moscow so eager to transfer ex-Chelsea striker Victor Moses to an English Premier League club?
Spartak Moscow is willing to trade ex-Chelsea forward Victor Moses to Burnley in the Premier League in order to dump his hefty wages.Sergei Kiriakov, a former Russian international, made this assertion.Moses had agreed terms with Burnley, but the intended transfer was prohibited by the English Premier League (EPL) in order to safeguard the division's sporting integrity.Following the outbreak of hostilities between the two neighbors, FIFA and UEFA confirmed that Euro...
Download Naijacrawl App today
Fastest way to read on the go
Download the Naijacrawl App.