26-year-old Chelsea defender set to complete a deal with one of the 3 Italian clubs next summer

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26-year-old Chelsea star set to complete a deal with one of the 3 Serie A clubs during summer

Chelsea have been known to have enjoyed a successful transfer window during summer, as they were among the group of teams that was able to spend a huge amount of money to sign top European players.

The Blues, aside the addition of new faces to their squad, also offloaded some players as a way to raise fund to bring in new faces to their squad, of which new players like Kai Harvertz, Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, Malang Sarr, Ben Chiwell among others were added to the club.

Emerson Palmieri was however among the list of players that the Blues wanted to offload during the the summer transfer window, but a deal couldn't be put to paper to finalise a move for the 26 years old defender.

Emerson has however been reported to be attracting 3 Seria clubs which are Inter Milan, Roma and Napoli, and either one of the 3 clubs could complete a deal for the 26 years old during the next transfer, according to reports.

The 26 years old has been superb for the Blues since he joined, but has spent most of his contract with the Blues on loan.

Emerson could however be on his way to the Serie A side in the next transfer window, which will commence during January, with 3 Serie A clubs in names of Inter Milan, Roma and Napoli, reported to be keen on completing a deal for the 26 years old.

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