Edin Dzeko is furious at AS Roma after the Italian club forced him to accept Chelsea move.
The former Manchester City striker recently bought a house in Rome with him and his wife expecting to spend a long time in Italy.
Chelsea interest in him was sudden surprised both Roma and the player but the speed in which the club agreed to sell the Bosnian goalscorer has angered him.
There is no suggestion Dzeko will reject a move to Chelsea and demand to remain at Roma, but the player has made his feelings known to the Italian club.
The Italian capital side are almost forced to sell players to fulfill FFP agreement with UEFA before the end of June, otherwise they could find themselves in trouble and even out of next European club competitions, should they qualify.
Reports from Italy say the current AS Roma forward has agreed to the switch to Stamford Bridge, but that the two clubs are still deciding on a transfer fee.
Dzeko will join Chelsea alongside his current Roma team-mate, full-back Emerson Palmieri, and the Serie A pair are expected to cost the Blues a combined £ 44m.
Antonio Conte will finally have the striker he asked for after Chelsea failed in several pursuits this month.