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Transfer Centre: Jadon Sancho, Ben Chilwell, Philippe Coutinho

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TRANSFER LATEST: SANCHO TO MAN UTD

Sky Sports News’ Kaveh Solhekol says Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho is Manchester United’s top transfer target, but the valuation is holding up a potential deal.

HAMMERS CONSIDER WILSON BID

West Ham have joined Newcastle in considering bids for Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson.

Tottenham are also interested in signing the England striker.

It’s expected Bournemouth will be looking to sell for a fee in excess of £20m for the England striker.

West Ham are known to be seeking to add pace to their front line and Wilson would fit the bill, although manager David Moyes knows he will have to move a number of players on before he can recruit all his summer targets.

‘A GOOD CHANCE ZAHA WILL LEAVE PALACE’

Sky Sports News’ Kaveh Solhekol says Wilfried Zaha is expected to leave Crystal Palace in the summer, but only on the club’s terms.

MORE ON HENDERSON’S MAN UTD FUTURE

Manchester United see the young England keeper as their long-term goalkeeping option and are keen to secure him on a new five-year deal.

Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer remains a huge admirer of Henderson and the progress he has made this season – and has not ruled out the option of the 23-year old and present goalkeeper David De Gea going head-to-head for the number one jersey at Old Trafford next season.

Henderson has enjoyed another high class campaign on loan at Sheffield United, keeping 13 clean sheets as Chris Wilder’s men finished ninth in their first season back in the Premier League.

Wilder would love to welcome Henderson back for a third spell at Bramall Lane, but faces competition from a host of clubs trying to persuade Manchester United to loan their talented stopper.

Chelsea are one of a number of clubs who continue to monitor developments at Old Trafford, in case agreement on a new contract is not reached.

Henderson has two years, with an option for a third, left on his present deal.

BREAKING NEWS

Dean Henderson’s future at Manchester United will become clearer in the next fortnight, as talks over a new long-term contract enter a crucial stage.

Discussions over a highly lucrative deal, which would make Henderson one of the best paid goalkeepers in Europe, have been ongoing for several weeks but for now, no agreement has been finalised.

Ed Woodward is due to discuss budgets with the club’s owners later this week – and the scale of United’s offer to Henderson is expected to be on the agenda.

BESIKTAS AGREE AKPOM FEE

Besiktas have agreed a fee of around €2m with PAOK for the transfer of striker Chuba Akpom. 

Akpom moved to PAOK from Arsenal in August 2018 with Anderlecht and Gent also interested.

BARKAS TO HAVE CELTIC MEDICAL

Goalkeeper Vasilis Barkas has had a medical in Glasgow today ahead of his proposed move to Celtic from AEK Athens. 

Celtic are believed to have agreed a fee with AEK for the Greek international; the deal now looks likely to be completed on Thursday.

Sky Sports News understands the fee is an initial 3.3m euros, with add-ons based on appearances.

SCOTTISH FOOTBALL PODCAST: MORELOS, EDOUARD FUTURES

With the Scottish Premiership season getting back under way this weekend, Kris Boyd and Andy Walker discussed the upcoming campaign on the Sky Sports Scottish Football podcast.

Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has agreed personal terms with Ligue 1 side Lille, with Boyd saying: “From what I’m led to believe, £14m has been knocked back. Rangers must see him in the bracket between £15m to £20m. I don’t see them getting above £20m but if, and there were reports coming out of Colombia, Lille return with a bid of around £27m to £18m I’d be very surprised if Rangers were able to reject an offer like that.

“It would be unbelievable business for someone that was brought to the club for £1m. But if you take that money, and I know it can be very difficult to replace a goalscorer, it’s a matter of reinvesting that money wisely.”

Celtic forward Odsonne Edouard has also been linked with a move away from Scotland, with Walker commenting: “It’s an interesting one because he was the best player in Scotland last season.

I think he could go and play for one of the top six, top eight clubs in England. I think he’s that good. Eventually, he will attract the type of figure that Celtic accepted for Moussa Dembele so it depends if anyone comes in with such a fee.

“If they keep him, they’ve got a much bigger chance of doing the 10 titles because he’s the best player in Scotland. If they lose him, who do you replace him with?”

PL CLUBS WANT EZE

A number of Premier League clubs are interested in QPR forward Eberechi Eze.

Crystal Palace and West Ham have held informal conversations about the player and it is thought West Ham would offer Jordan Hugill as part of the deal, who was on loan at QPR last season.

QPR value Eze at around £20m.

MEE EXTENDS BURNLEY STAY

Ben Mee is to extend his stay to beyond a decade at Burnley, having signed a new deal.

His existing contract had 12 months still to run and the Clarets have today triggered a clause to keep the long-serving defender until June 2022.

Mee recently became the 21st player in the Clarets’ history to make 300 league appearances for the club having who initially joined on loan from Manchester City in July, 2011 before making the switch permanent six months later.

He said: “I feel at home at the club and to have been here as long as I have has been fantastic. Taking the armband this year has really cemented that for me.

“It feels good to extend my stay here and hopefully we can keep progressing how we have done. I’m excited for what we can do and what we can achieve.”

CITY CLOSE TO TORRES DEAL

Manchester City are close agreeing a deal to sign Valencia winger Ferran Torres.

Talks between the clubs are at an advanced stage.

Discussions are centring around initial fee of £20.9m, plus bonuses.

He is seen as the replacement for Leroy Sane.

MOTHERWELL SIGN LANG FROM WIGAN

Callum Lang is the latest addition to the Motherwell squad for the 2020/21 campaign.

The forward signs on a season-long loan from Wigan Athletic, subject to international clearance.

“I can’t wait to get started,” said the 21-year-old. “I’ve only heard good things about the club. It sounds like the perfect place for me. The manager has told me all about how we train, how we play and how he can improve me as a player. I think I can really push on in this team and help them. I spoke to Cédric Kipré about coming here as well and he spoke very highly of the club. It was a chance I absolutely had to take.”

GREALISH UNDECIDED ON FUTURE

Jack Grealish is undecided about his future.

Aston Villa want to keep him and would not sell him for less than £80m.

Arsenal are one of the clubs who registered an interest in signing him, but the interest was not followed up.

Several clubs would be willing to pay between £50m and £60m for Grealish, but he would not be sold at that level.

He has three years left on his Villa contract.

MADDISON SET FOR LEICESTER STAY?

There is a broad agreement between Leicester City and James Maddison over the terms of a new four-year contract.

No paperwork has yet been signed, but it looks like Maddison will be staying at Leicester until 2024.

His existing deal still has three seasons to run, but it’s thought the new contract includes a considerable pay rise for the 23-year-old, which reflects his growing stature in the Premier League and his promotion into England’s senior team.

It is also an attempt to ward off would-be suitors. Maddison has been linked with a host of bigger clubs in the past 12 months, including Manchester United.

Maddison made his England debut against Montenegro in November, but a hip injury curtailed the end to his season.

ST JOHNSTONE CLOSING IN ON CONWAY

St Johnstone are close to signing former Scotland winger Craig Conway.

The 35-year-old, whose previous clubs include Blackburn Rovers and Cardiff City, last played for Salford City. He’s been training during preseason with St Johnstone.

Conway, who won seven caps for Scotland, could make his debut this weekend against his former club Dundee United, who he won the Scottish Cup with in 2010. Conway scored twice in the 3-0 final win over Ross County

RICHARLISON OPEN TO OFFERS DESPITE ANCELOTTI’S PLEA TO STAY

Richarlison says he is happy to “hold on for another season” at Everton, but will address his future with manager Carlo Ancelotti if the club receives “a good offer”.

The forward was the subject of an £85m bid from Barcelona in January, exclusively revealed by Sky Sports News, that was rejected by the Toffees. Everton remain unwilling to sell one of their prized assets and have held further discussions with Richarlison about his future.

Ancelotti is hoping to continue to build his side around the 23-year-old Brazilian and is urging he hold off from pushing for a move away from Goodison Park.

Asked about his talks with Ancelotti, Richarlison told Globo Esporte: “It’s all been talked about, he’s already told me he’s counting on me for another season, he asked me to hold on for a bit.

“Though it all depends, if a good offer were to come in, we sit down and talk, that’s part of football. We’re still talking about these details, working things out. He’s bringing in new players, so we’ll sit down and talk, but I think I can hold on for another season.”

MERSON SAYS: CHELSEA SHOULD SIGN STONES

In his latest column, Paul Merson has urged Frank Lampard to invest in his defence this summer and pinpointed Manchester City centre-back John Stones as a potential signing.

“People talk about the goalkeeper being a priority,” he said. “Kepa Arrizabalaga is not saving them any points at the moment, that’s a problem, but they have a really good second goalkeeper in Willy Caballero, and I think he is really underrated. In this day and age, if we’re talking about Jan Oblak, he’s going to cost £100m. Kepa himself cost £71m, and has big wages too. I’m not sure about this one, as it wouldn’t be my major priority for the summer for Chelsea. Do they sign another £100m on a goalkeeper, where you’ve already got a goalkeeper you’ve spent £71m on, on big money, and you’re not going to get that money back? It becomes a £150m goalkeeper in the end, because you’d need to swallow the pill on Kepa. For me it’s not their major priority.

“Their priority has to be getting a centre-half and a left-back. 100 per cent. It tells you everything that they have to play three at the back, Frank Lampard doesn’t trust the centre-backs. They’ve bought well so far up front, Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech are major signings, but don’t end up like Arsenal, where everyone is crying out and can see what they need. How many years did we say Arsene Wenger needs a centre-half, but he never went and got one?

“Marcos Alonso for me needs replacing; he gets vital goals but he’s not a natural defender. That doesn’t help the back three because centre-halves have to come out of their comfort zone and come out of the line of the box to defend on the wings. Alonso causes that problem. Cesar Azpilicueta is a great pro, but he’s getting on now. Kurt Zouma has a mistake in him. Chelsea don’t have a naturally-gifted centre-half who can put his foot on the ball and play. I’d go and get John Stones for that, and play him in the middle of the three. Then I’d say have Antonio Rudiger and Christensen either side of them. Chelsea love to play out the back, they roll it out every time, so you need someone unbelievably good on the ball. If you have pace around them, I think it will help Chelsea; I think Stones would be a great buy, and he has to play in a three. Stones has the potential to be great, he really has, but he needs the confidence. At the moment Chelsea have three centre-halves that aren’t in the same class as Stones on the ball.”

 

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UPDATE: CHELSEA AND CHILWELL

Sky Sports News reporter Kaveh Solhekol has provided an update on Chelsea’s pursuit of Leicester left-back Ben Chilwell.

“In the background, talks are under way and plans are being made about Chelsea’s transfer strategy this summer,” he said. “What Frank Lampard really wants is a new goalkeeper, and another left-back.

“His number one target is Ben Chilwell. The problem is he is under long-term contract at Leicester, who are under no pressure to sell.

“It all depends on what Chilwell is going to do – is he going to tell Leicester he wants to leave, he wants to play in the Champions League, he wants to play for Chelsea?

“Even if he did that, Leicester could turn around and says, ‘sorry, you’re under contract, you’re going nowhere’.”

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CLUBS LODGE GOODE BIDS

QPR and Middlesbrough have placed bids of just under £500,000 for Northampton Town captain Charlie Goode.

Goode’s form last season has been attracting interest from Championship clubs, with Brentford also monitoring his situation.

Sky Sports News understands the bids from QPR and Boro are short of Northampton’s valuation of their skipper, who guided the club to promotion.

Goode is keen to make the step up but will consider all his options before deciding.

ENGLAND COMMITS FUTURE TO CHELSEA

Chelsea striker Beth England has committed her long-term future to the club by signing a new four-year deal.

The 26-year-old scored 21 goals in all competitions for the Women’s Super League and Continental Cup champions last season and was named the league’s Player of the Season.

In a statement, England said: “It’s means a lot to me, especially being at such a great club that Chelsea is.

“I’ve spent a lot of time here already, so being able to extend that and hopefully kick on with what I’ve already achieved at this club is exciting.”

HAMMERS EYEING MAJA

West Ham are interested in Bordeaux striker Josh Maja.

Maja made his Sunderland debut back in 2016 when David Moyes was at the helm at the Stadium of Light.

Rangers are also looking at Maja as a potential replacement for Alfredo Morelos.

Maja joined Bordeaux in January 2019 and is not pushing for a move, but the French club’s finances have been impacted due to the pandemic and they could sell to raise funds.

BAYERN TO OFFLOAD LIVERPOOL TARGET THIAGO 

Bayern Munich will let Thiago Alcantara leave if they receive an offer of €30m this summer.

The Spaniard has rejected a new contract to remain at the Allianz Arena, and Bild report that the player’s valuation has now dropped to £25m.

Liverpool will be on red alert as Bayern look to push through his exit.

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SILVA TO SERIE A?

David Silva could trade the Premier League for Serie A when his Manchester City career ends next month, reports AS.

The 34-year-old Spaniard brought his 10-year Premier League career to an end in City’s final-day 5-0 victory over Norwich, and his final appearances for the club will come in next month’s Champions League conclusion.

Serie A side Lazio are keen to sign Silva and have joined UAE clubs Shabab Al-Ahli and Al-Nasr in pursuit of his signature.

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HARDIE RETURNS TO PLYMOUTH

Ryan Hardie has rejoined Plymouth on a season-long loan deal from Sky Bet League One rivals Blackpool.

The 23-year-old Scot joined Argyle for a temporary spell in January, scoring seven goals in 13 appearances – five of those starts.

Hardie, who started his career at Rangers and has represented Scotland from under-16 to under-21 level, tweeted: “Happy to get this done and can’t wait to get started again! Looking forward to a big year.”

BOATENG OPEN TO PREMIER LEAGUE RETURN

Bayern Munich centre-back Jerome Boateng has refused to rule out a potential return to the Premier League.

Boateng spent one season at Manchester City under Roberto Mancini before joining Bayern in 2011 and was linked with a move to Arsenal in January.

The German defender said: “I wouldn’t say no. I love watching the Premier League and I loved playing in it while I was there. For me, it was really unlucky because I was injured straightaway and then I didn’t play in the position they promised.

“I’m definitely down for it, it’s one of my favourite leagues, but I don’t know for the future. You never know… it’s not that I would never play there again, absolutely not.”

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EX-CHELSEA MAN TIAGO TAKES VITORIA POST

Former Atletico Madrid midfielder Tiago has been appointed coach of Portuguese club Vitoria Guimaraes.

Tiago, who retired in 2017, signed a two-year contract with the club, which finished this season in seventh place under coach Ivo Vieira.

The 39-year-old former Portugal international also played for BenficaChelseaLyon and Juventus. Tiago was most recently an assistant coach at Atletico.

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NABI ATTRACTING CHAMPIONSHIP INTEREST

OFI Crete forward Adil Nabi could be set for a return to English football with a number of clubs in the Championship showing interest in the former West Brom youngster.

Nabi joined OFI in January 2019 after a spell at Dundee, and became an instant fan-favourite with two goals on debut, earning himself the Greek Superleague Player of the Week award. Nabi wrote himself into club folklore later in the campaign with a final day injury-time winner against Platanias to keep the islanders in the Greek top-flight.

The ex-Peterborough forward has now entered the last 12 months of his OFI contract, and was this week described by former West Brom caretaker manager Jimmy Shan as a player who could easily thrive in the Championship.

DORTMUND INTERESTED IN IKONE

Borussia Dortmund are looking at potential replacements for Jadon Sancho and are interested in Lille forward Jonathan Ikone.

Lille value Ikone at €50m.

BREAKING NEWS

Talks continue between Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund over the transfer of Jadon Sancho – and all parties are growing increasingly confident a deal can be done.

Personal terms are not expected to be a problem.

Dortmund are not budging from their €120m valuation and are thought to want in the region of €100m up front.

The Bundesliga club want Sancho’s future sorted by August 10 when the squad returns for pre-season training.

PIRATES SIGN AYUNGA

Bristol Rovers have signed striker Jonah Ayunga from Havant and Waterlooville for an undisclosed fee.

The 23-year-old, who scored 17 goals in National League South last season, has signed a two-year deal with the Pirates.

EVERTON AFTER IMMOBILE

Carlo Ancelotti has instructed Everton to sign Lazio striker Ciro Immobile as he puts his summer transfer plans into action, reports 90min.

The Italy international, contract at Lazio until 2023, finished the season top scorer in Serie A with 34 goals, and Ancelotti has earmarked him as crucial to the rebuilding project at Goodison Park.

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LEEDS INTEREST IN FOYTH

Newly-promoted Leeds United are interested in Tottenham defender Juan Foyth, according to The Sun.

After Ben White’s return to Brighton after his season-long loan at Elland Road, Marcelo Bielsa wants to bolster his defensive ranks with the signing of his fellow Argentine.

Foyth appears surplus to requirements at Spurs and Leeds are lining up a £15m move for the 22-year-old.

RAMSDALE TO REPLACE HENDERSON?

Sheffield United are lining up Bournemouth goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale if they fail to keep hold of Dean Henderson this summer, according to The Sun.

With Henderson set to return to parent club Manchester United, the Blades need a new stopper and have identified Ramsdale.

The 22-year-old, who was relegated with Bournemouth this season, came through the ranks at Bramall Lane before leaving in 2017 and it’s expected to cost the Blades £15m to bring him back to the club.

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KARANKA IN BIRMINGHAM TALKS

Birmingham City are in advanced talks with manager Aitor Karanka about taking the top job at St Andrews.

The former Nottingham Forest and Middlesbrough manager has been out of work since leaving the City Ground 18 months ago.

Former Birmingham manager Pep Clotet – who was due to resign at the end of the season – left the club on July 8 after the 3-1 defeat to Swansea.

Birmingham didn’t win a single game since football’s re-start, and survived relegation by two points.

JOSE SEEKS PERISIC PURCHASE

Jose Mourinho wants Tottenham to sign on-loan Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic, reports Calciomercato.

The 31-year-old Croatia international is set to become available at the end of the season, with Bayern Munich unlikely to take up the option to make his loan permanent.

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MENAYESE JOINS MANSFIELD

Mansfield have signed Rollin Menayese from Bristol Rovers on a two-year deal.

The 22-year-old defender has joined the Stags for an undisclosed fee and is reunited with his former Rovers manager Graham Coughlan.

“Rollin is a centre-half who we have worked with before,” Coughlan told the official Mansfield website. “We feel he can make us stronger and hopefully become a big player at Mansfield.

“We have a development project on our hands with Rollin. He wants to push his career to the next level, and he can do that with us here at Mansfield.

“He’s a right-footed centre-half who is big, strong and quick. He’s a powerful, no-nonsense defender.”

IVANOVIC TO EVERTON?

Everton are closing on a deal to sign former Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic, according to Novosti.

The 36-year-old Serbia international is a free agent after his contract expired at Zenit St Petersburg.

Toffees boss Carlo Ancelotti is looking to reunite with Ivanovic at Goodison Park after working together at Chelsea.

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McCORMICK RETURNS TO PLYMOUTH

Plymouth have signed veteran goalkeeper Luke McCormick for a third time.

McCormick, who turns 37 next month, is manager Ryan Lowe’s first summer signing following promotion from Sky Bet League Two.

“We are very pleased to have been able to bring Luke back to the club,” Lowe told the club’s website.

“He has got great experience, it’s obviously a club close to his heart, and he is a favourite of the Green Army. We feel Luke will provide good competition with Mike Cooper for the first-team position.”

SANCHO PRIORITY, GREALISH INTEREST COOLS

Manchester United are focusing their efforts on Borussia Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho as their interest in Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish cools.

Discussions for Sancho centre around the transfer fee and structure of payments. It is believed Dortmund want a deal sorted by August 10 when the club return for pre-season training in order to give them time to find a replacement.

Dortmund are holding out for €120m (£109m) for the 20-year-old England international winger but United are unwilling to go that high given the financial hit that they, and many others, have taken during the pandemic.

There has been no bid from United as yet, but they are the only club to have made official contact with Dortmund.

CHILWELL WANTS CHELSEA MOVE

Ben Chilwell will express his desire to leave Leicester this week as he looks to push through a move to Chelsea, reports the Daily Mirror.

The England international is under contract at the King Power Stadium until the summer of 2024 but has his heart set on a move to Stamford Bridge.

Frank Lampard is keen to secure Chilwell’s services and is ready to make him Chelsea’s first-choice left-back.

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WERNER WANTS TO LEAD NEW CHELSEA ERA

Timo Werner says he hopes to lead Chelsea‘s new era and credits head coach Frank Lampard for bringing him to the club.

The German international flew to London on Sunday following his £45m transfer from RB Leipzig, which was agreed last month.

Werner watched as Chelsea beat Wolves 2-0 to secure Champions League football for next season before beginning ‘pre-season’ training on Monday.

“I know of the players before when they won the Champions League with [Didier] Drogba, with my new manager Frank Lampard, Petr Cech as the technical advisor.

“It is like a little dream for me, but I want to become, not the same player like them, but I want to be part of a new era here so I will play to try to give my best.”

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KING: NO PLANS TO RETIRE YET

Andy King discusses his remarkable 15-year run at Leicester City and his search for a new challenge in an exclusive interview with Sky Sports News.

ICYMI: UNITED UNLIKELY TO SIGN GREALISH AFTER VILLA SURVIVAL

It now looks unlikely Manchester United will try to sign Jack Grealish in this transfer window, even though Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a big admirer of the Aston Villa captain.

Premier League survival means the cost for any club wanting to buy Grealish from Villa has increased significantly.Villa’s bosses were bracing themselves for a flurry of offers if they had been relegated, and it is clear Grealish himself would have – albeit with a heavy heart – pushed for a move out of his boyhood club, so that he could remain playing at the top level.

That, inevitably, would have forced down the asking price for Grealish’s signature. Now, it is thought it would take an offer in excess of £80m to tempt Villa’s bosses to the negotiating table.

There are doubts at Old Trafford about how Grealish would fit into the current Manchester United side.

ICYMI: SANCHO THE PRIORITY AS MAN UTD COOL GREALISH INTEREST

Manchester United are working hard with Borussia Dortmund to find a solution for the transfer of Jadon Sancho, after cooling interest in Jack Grealish.

Discussions for Sancho centre around the transfer fee and structure of payments.

It is believed Dortmund want a deal sorted by August 10 when the club return for pre-season training in order to give them time to find a replacement.

Dortmund are holding out for €120m (£109m) for the 20-year-old England international winger but United are unwilling to go that high given the financial hit that they, and many others, have taken during the pandemic.

There has been no bid from United as yet, but they are the only club to have made official contact with Dortmund.

WHITE TO CONSIDER FUTURE AFTER LEEDS LOAN

Brighton defender Ben White is considering his future following his season-long loan at Leeds United.

The 22-year-old centre-back featured in all 46 Championship games for Leeds last season, playing an important role in Marcelo Bielsa’s side’s promotion to the Premier League.

White was an integral part of Leeds’ charge towards the Championship title, forming a solid partnership with captain Liam Cooper, with the pair helping to produce 22 clean sheets in the league.

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WERNER WANTS TO LEAD CHELSEA’S ERA

Timo Werner says he hopes to lead Chelsea‘s new era and credits head coach Frank Lampard for bringing him to the club.

The German international flew to London on Sunday following his £45m transfer from RB Leipzig, which was agreed last month. Werner watched as Chelsea beat Wolves 2-0 to secure Champions League football for next season before beginning ‘pre-season’ training on Monday.

The 24-year-old, who joined in with his new team-mates on Tuesday, says he looked up to the likes of Lampard, Didier Drogba and Petr Cech and hopes to be part of an exciting future at the club.

He told Chelsea’s website: “I know of the players before when they won the Champions League with Drogba, with my new manager Frank Lampard, Petr Cech as the technical advisor. It is like a little dream for me, but I want to become, not the same player like them, but I want to be part of a new era here so I will play to try to give my best.”

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SUMMER TRANSFER WINDOW – KEY DATES AND TIMES

The summer transfer window will run for 10 weeks from July 27 and close at 11pm on October 5.

A domestic-only window for trades between the Premier League and EFL then runs from October 5 and closes on Friday October 16 at 5pm. Follow all the news and analysis on Sky Sports News and across Sky Sports’ digital platforms, including with our dedicated Transfer Centre blog.

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