‘Bundes conquest’ French divine, finishes Chelsea… Transfer fee 83 billion + joining next year

Christopher Nkunku’s move to Chelsea appears to be all over.

On the 17th (Korean time), transfer market expert Fabricio Romano said on his social media account, “Nkunku’s transfer to Chelsea has been completed. All documentation and contract details have been completed 100%. He will head to Chelsea in July 2023.” revealed 토토사이트

Chelsea hired Graham Porter as their new manager in September. At the beginning of this season, Thomas Tuchel had a disappointing performance. As a result, the head coach was replaced, but owner Todd Boelli said that poor performance was not the reason. It is known that he wanted a director who had the same philosophy and vision as the management.

Chelsea have already spent the summer signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Raheem Sterling, Kalidou Koulibaly and Wesley Popana. However, as the new manager took over the baton, additional reinforcements are being considered. The representative player is Nkunku. Born in 1997, Nkunku is a promising resource with a promising future.

Nkunku made his professional debut for Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). However, it was not easy for a young player to survive on a team full of superstars. Eventually, ahead of the 2019-20 season, he moved to RB Leipzig, where his skills were in full bloom. He began to earn his attack points step by step with his explosive dribbling and sophisticated kicking ability.

In particular, last season, he participated in 34 German Bundesliga games and recorded a whopping 20 goals and 13 assists. As a result, he was linked with several teams this summer, including Manchester United. However, Nkunku remained at Leipzig and signed a new contract until 2026. In addition, a buyout of 60 million euros (approximately 83.4 billion won) was additionally inserted.

However, Chelsea quickly started the scouting process. Eventually, at the end of November, the news of an imminent transfer was delivered. Reporter Romano said at the time, “Chelsea has reached an agreement with both the player and Leipzig regarding the signing of Nkunku. If the transfer fee of 60 million euros and additional provisions are added, the total amount is about 70 million euros (approximately 97.3 billion won).”