Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Chelsea agree deal for Wallace

Chelsea have agreed to sign Fluminense full-back Wallace, according to London Evening Standard.

The Blues had already purchased 40% of the player’s rights and got a first option to buy when Deco joined Fluminense on a free transfer from Chelsea.

London Evening Standard understands the Stamford Bridge outfit have agreed a £4.4 million deal for the remaining 60%, although the defender will remain at Fluminense on loan until the end of the season.

Serie A giants Juventus, Inter, Udinese and Napoli were also keen on the 18-year-old, but Chelsea eventually won the race for the player’s signature.

Wallace is an attacking right-back who has already made 23 league appearances for the Brazilian giants and is seen as one for the future at Stamford Bridge.

The talented full-back is currently member of Brazil Under-20 side, while he was a member of Brazil Under-17 side that won the 2011 South American U-17 Championship.


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A professional referee confessed today that officials could be influenced either by the fan’s behaviors or the player’s on the pitch.It doesnt suprise me ’cause i know that refs are no demi-gods but human fucking beings…..It is breaking our hearts down here at the fan corner that most of the time we watch teams play,it is a ‘while monkey works,baboon gains instead’..yES a good team outplays another and the referee gets angry and spoil a very entertaining game either by reducing the good side to ten men,disallowing their goals and then allows an offside goal against them. Denys them a… Read more »
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