‘Singha’ shopped and grabbed another ‘Lavia’ with a total value of 58 million baht.

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Chelsea are set to sign Romeo Lavia as another new signing this week. After reaching an agreement with Southampton With a fee plus add-ons of 58 million pounds. And ready to pay the release clause of Crystal Palace’s Michael Olise contract of 35 million pounds as well.

Fabrizio Romano, Dan macaroni journalist, reports that Chelsea, the English Premier League club, has reached an agreement with Southampton. The สมัคร ufabet team in The Championship, grabbed a young midfielder Romeo Lavia to join the army with an initial fee of 53 million pounds, or about 2,373 million baht. Plus another 5 million pounds of add-ons, or about 223 million baht. Will be introduced as a new player this week.

'Singha' shopped and grabbed another 'Lavia' with a total value of 58 million baht.

The 19-year-old agreed to a move to Stamford Bridge on Monday August 14 instead of Liverpool who were also interested. Despite reports that the Saints received an offer from the Reds team at a price of 60 million pounds or about 2,682 million baht. But the heart of the players preferred to join the Blues army. Causing both clubs to negotiate to find a conclusion cost.

A well-informed reporter tweeted on his personal Twitter: “ Romeo Lavia has joined Chelsea, here we go! The final deal between the clubs included an add-on of £58 million. The financial structure was also agreed. Lavia will undergo a medical and debut as a Chelsea player this week.” 

If completed, Lavia will become the second signing of the week. After Ecuadorian midfielder Moises Caicedo, who joined from Brighton and Hove Al. Bian, with the cost of including add-ons at about 115 million pounds or about 5,060 million baht, the most expensive in the elite league. And it was just launched last Monday. 

That’s not enough navy blue lion Prepare to pay another 35 million pounds, or about 1,583 million baht, as the release clause of Michael Olise, the French national team U21 wing from Crystal Palace, replacing Christopher Nkunku, who underwent surgery. knee injury Until having to take a long break until the end of the year After moving from RB Leipzig in the German Bundesliga battle last summer