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The Blues launches smart transfer plan to replace Thiago Silva and avoid FFP fines.



Chelsea appear to have already lined up the perfect welcome gift for Enzo Maresca, who looks likely to take over at Stamford Bridge, by finishing up the signing of Tosin Adarabioyo.

Chelsea has given a significant blow to Newcastle and Manchester United’s chances of acquiring Tosin Adarabioyo this summer. The 26-year-old defender has been linked with a move away from Fulham for some time, and his contract at Craven Cottage expires next month.

Despite missing much of the campaign due to a groin injury, Adarabioyo appeared 20 times in the Premier League this season. He was an important part of Marco Silva’s Fulham team, helping the club keep six clean sheets.

Adarabioyo, who worked closely with Enzo Maresca during his early years at Manchester City, also helped the Cottagers avoid relegation, finishing just two points behind the top half. His excellent performances According to the Mirror, the Blues have now given him a contract.

According to the article, Newcastle has long admired Adarabioyo, and Eddie Howe’s side is thought to be close to reaching an agreement.

According to the Mirror, Manchester United are also interested in the Fulham ace, who might be a significant acquisition on a free transfer, especially with the Premier League cracking down on those who violate the competition’s Profit and Sustainability criteria and the impending Financial Fair Play laws.

As previously stated, Adarabioyo trained with Maresca at Manchester City’s academy. Fast forward a few years, and the centre-back might be the Italian’s first signing at Chelsea this summer.

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