Chelsea seems to have hit the ground running after a slow start at the ongoing transfer window.
The Blues are yet to sign a player nor agree terms with any player until today when they finally reached an agreement with Juventus for their impressive defender Daniele Rugani.
The Blues were not solid at the back last season and their soon-to-be hired manager Maurizio Sarri is presently searching for quality players to help solve the defensive crisis before the start of next season.
Andreas Christensen, who showed great composure at the back throughout last season, will be given entrusted with the task to prevent opponents from attacking from the center of the backline next campaign.
Sarri is looking at the prospect of partnering both players at the heart of his defense despite their inexperience.
According to Sport Italia, Chelsea have reached a £35m with Juventus for his signature and they are set to offer him a five-year contract before the end of the ongoing transfer window.
Rugani will surely be an upgrade to Gary Cahill and David Luiz who are bothered tipped to be heading out of Stamford Bridge due to their uninspiring display throughout last campaign.
Meanwhile, Sarri is could be announced as Conte’s replacement in 48 hours as reports across all media claim that Conte is to be shown the exit door in coming days.