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AS Monaco have confirmed the signing of 17-year-old defender Jonathan Panzo from Chelsea Academy on a permanent move.


Panzo told the club’s official website: “I am very happy to join AS Monaco. AS Monaco is a great club which trusts young players and competes regularly in the Champions League.

This is a new step in my career. I am motivated to work with the staff and rub shoulders with great players. I hope to integrate myself as soon as possible to help the club achieve its goals.”

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After Marco Van Ginkel spent last season on loan at Psv Eindhoven, now the Dutch team want to sign Chelsea midfielder on a permanent basis and they have opened talks with the London club.

Van Ginkel made just four appearances for Chelsea since 2013 but he still has a two-year contract with the Blues.

Roman Abramovich‘s club values Van Ginkel £10m, but PSV hope they can buy him at a lower price.

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Chelsea are not keen to offer a permanent deal to Pato.

The Brazilian striker arrived on loan from São Paulo last January but failed to make an impact at the Blues, arriving totally unfit and making his debut more than two months after because of this.

A fact that didn’t impress Chelsea, for sure, so now Pato is non his way back to Brazil.

New boss Antonio Conte has instructed the club to focus their attention on recruiting new strikers.

Alvaro Morata and Romelu Lukaku are on the top of his wishlist, but the deals are not easy to be closed since Real Madrid and Everton demand huge amounts of money for them.

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Juventus are desperately trying to keep Chelsea loanee Juan Cuadrado on a permanent deal but next Blues boss Antonio Conte is really keen to bring him back to London.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport the Italian club nearly resigned to the chance to sign him.

Cuadrado failed to make an impact in his first four months spell at Chelsea and was loaned to Juventus last summer: he came back to impress with the Bianconeri, finding again the confidence and the pace he needed.

For these reasons Conte, that always had a soft spot for the Colombian winger, wants Cuadrado in his next Chelsea squad and is not open to negotiate a permanent deal with his ex club, Juventus.

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Chelsea youngster Todd Kane is not interested in leaving the Blues on a permanent deal next season and he is hopeful of an opportunity to impress new manager Antonio Conte in the summer.

Since 2012 he moved to Dutch side NEC Nijmegen and has impressed during his time in the Eredivisie.

Kane told Goal: “Unless I get the boot, I’m not going anywhere,”

“If clubs in the Championship come in for me, and I’m sure there will be a few, I wouldn’t do it. If there was a club in Europe, I’d choose that over the Championship.”

“If I have to go on loan or anything to get my chance with Chelsea, whatever it is, I’ll do it. But if it’s not Chelsea, then I’m sure there’ll be other clubs. My agent had a meeting with Chelsea. You have one year away, you go back, sit down and have a talk about the coming season. I’m not thinking about next year at all.”

About his projects: “I’ll get this year out the way, get my head down, and then come the end of the season I’ll review it. I’m not back at Chelsea until July, so there’s time to go on holiday, think, have meetings and see what options are on the table.”


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Chelsea player Kenneth Omeruo went on loan to Kasimpasa last summer and made an impact in the Turkish Super Lig with 18 appearances.

Now the Istanbul side are eighth on the table but a source told africanfootball.com that Kasimpasa don’t have money to sign him on a permanent deal:

“Kasimpasa don’t have the money to buy Omeruo outrightly at the end of the season. They rather want another loan for the player and it may now mean the player will have to return to Chelsea,” the source said.

Omeruo got a contract with Chelsea until 2018 and since Kasimpasa cannot afford his signing he will go back to London at the end of this season.

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Juventus sport director Giuseppe Marotta revealed the Italian club is keen to sign Chelsea midfielder Juan Cuadrado on a permanent deal.

The Colombian midfielder is on loan to Juventus after failing to impress at Stamford Bridge last season after being signed in the winter transfer window but has been one of Juventus’ more consistent performers when called upon by his coach Max Allegri this year, leading many to urge the Serie A club to make the deal a permanent one.

“Cuadrado? We took a gamble, taking a player on loan,” Marotta said to RAI TV.

“We’re considering it [making the deal permanent], there’s a gentleman’s agreement with Chelsea. The player gives Allegri a different option in his team.”

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According to the reports, Chelsea have agreed to sell their winger Juan Cuadrado on permanent deal to Juventus in January.

Cuadrado joined Chelsea from Fiorentina for £26.1m last January but failed to impress at Stamford Bridge. That is why the Blues agreed for his season’s loan to the Italian giants Juventus.

According to the London Evening Standard, Cuadrado’s agent Alessandro Lucci met for talks on Saturday in order to secure the permanent deal for the Colombia international.It is said that his permanent transfer to the capital of Piedmont will cost £15.75million but the Italian papers reveals, that Juventus are trying to receive a discount to sign Cuadrado permanently.

The potential permanent move to Italy, seems to please Cuadrado,who said today:

“[My situation is] all in the hands of God, but I hope my former Chelsea teammates and Mourinho recover as soon as possible, they are strong and will react.”

“I must admit my love for Serie A, Italian football, for a country that feels like my second home. Yes here I give my best, I’m fine.”


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The Turkish giant Besiktas want to sign Chelsea youngster Tomas Kalas after his season-long loan at Middlesbrough reveals his agent.

Viktor Kolar told the Turkish media that Besiktas are keen on signing Chelsea defender on a permanent deal after after he will complete his second season-long loan at Middlesbrough.

The 22-year-old impressed on his Premier League debut for Chelsea in 2014. During his time at Stamford Bridge he made four appearances and scored no goal. Kalas was loaned out at Vitesse Arnhem and Cologne.


Chelsea are considering to place a bid also for Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic, according to Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport. The Bosnia-Erzegovina international, who's been targeted...