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Good news, player set to move to Stamford Bridge as Chelsea FC agree to sign him for £30m

Chelsea FC may have beaten the English Premier League Champions, Liverpool FC to sign another player this summer with reports claiming that the Frank Lampard's side has reached an agreement with the Turkish Super Lig giants, Trabzonspor to secure the signature of 24 year-old prolific player, Ugurcan Cakir.

That could also means the end of spell for the 25 year-old Spanish goalkeeper, Kepa Arrizabalaga at the North London, with the Chelsea FC boss, Frank Lampard is not properly convinced about the Blues first choice goalkeeper's performance.

The 24 year-old Trabzonspor shots-stopper, Ugurcan have been linked with a move to the English Premier League and Sport Witness suggested that he’s caught the eye of Liverpool and Leicester City FC.

However, Turkish outlet Haber365 confirms that Ugurcan's boyhood club has agreed to sell him to Chelsea FC. The report confirmed that the Blues is going to pay the sum of £30million for the 24-year-old sensational goalkeeper, which would be a record-breaking sale by a Turkish Super Lig club.

It’s been extensively confirmed that Lampard is looking for a quality shots-stoppers that can replace the Blues number one goalkeeper, Kepa, as the Spain ace has struggled for consistency since switching to Stamford Bridge for a club-record fee of £71million during the 2018 summer transfer window.

Haber365 also suggested that Ugurcan Cakir, who’s made 74 appearances for his boyhood team, Trabzonspor really want to play in the English Premier League.

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