Chelsea are close to denoting Napoli's Belgian striker Dries Mertens, whose understanding ends with the Partenopei at the completion of the period, as demonstrated by a report from the current paper arrival of the Rome based paper Corriere dello Sport.The report nuances how the Blues have esteemed the 32-year-old Belgian for quite a while and rush to sign him on a free trade. The West London club understand that they will lose French forward Olivier Giroud on a free trade in the pre-summer in this manner stamping Mertens is an insignificant exertion and incredible replacement.Chelsea are before other interested clubs, the report continues. Ordnance and Manchester United are moreover both enthused about Mertens however at this point have a less chance to ensure about his signature.Inter have never genuinely made a move for the Belgian, esteeming that he is presumably not going to join a substitute club in Italy in the wake of experiencing the latest seven years with the Partenopei.
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