As per reports, Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovic has flown to Italy to help his club finalize the signings of Gonzalo Higuain and Daniele Rugani from Juventus in a deal that would be around £89m.
The report is according to the Daily Mail which reads:
“The Russian tycoon, who does not currently have a UK visa, is said to have travelled to Italy in order to help agent Fali Ramadani in talks with the Serie A champions.
“Ramadani, who has a close relationship with Juventus, was hired by Chelsea to act as an intermediary between the two clubs and has succeeded in taking talks to the brink of an agreement.
“Now, Abramovich appears to have flown in to oversee the final details with Chelsea hoping to complete the double signing in time for Higuain and Rugani to link up with the team on their pre-season tour of Australia.”
Breakdown of the transfer, Higuain is expected cost Chelsea at around £53.5m, while 23-year-old defender Rugani should cost the Blues nothing lesss than £35.5m.
Although, these transfers to Chelsea is expected to be done until Hazard and Willian’s future with the club has been resolved as the Blues new head-coach Maurizio Sarri says he wants to meet the duo before deciding their futures even though their return dates to the club will be just few days before the transfer window closes.
Sarri, speaking at his first Chelsea press conference said:
“I would like to meet these players face to face to understand them and what the best thing is to do for everyone.”