After a boring and an amazingly lacklustre transfer window so far, it seems like we have some actions in store for the final few days. Thanks to Chelsea FC.
The Blues are reportedly closing in on a deal for Juan Cuadrado, and if the Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport is to be believed, Chelsea have already secured the deal with Fiorentina with Mohamed Salah going the other way on loan.
Reports now coming from the German press is that Chelsea winger Andre Schurrle has agreed a deal with Bundesliga outfit VlF Wolfsburg.
German newspaper/magazine Kicker claimed earlier, via Sport Witness, that Wolfsburg are set to agree a deal to sign Andre Schurrle from Chelsea imminently. Sport Witness notes in their article:
“The German club have been linked with a move for the player several times and have tried to distance themselves from the idea more than once. The problem from their perspective was paying what Chelsea wanted, thought to be €30m, whilst also staying the right side of FFP regulations.”
Now German newspaper Bild qre claiming that Schurrle has agreed a personal deal with Wolfsburg, and that the total transfer would cost around €30m. He will sign a four-year-contract with the Bundesliga outfit and will earn €6m-per-year wages.