£30m Rated Goalkeeper Set For Chelsea Medicals
Chelsea Football club appear to be in a busy summer transfer window, as Frank Lampard is with the hope of rebuilding his squad in time ahead of next campaign.
Frank Lampard have already added Morocco international Hakim Ziyech and German player Timo Werner to the team, and are still working hard to secure the signing of Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen this summer.
Meanwhile, The Blues has made a positive move for a goalkeeper as Frank Lampard appears to have lost faith in the performances of Chelsea Spanish goalkeeper Kepa Arizzabalaga.
And reports claim the Lampard might have won the race to another promising signing this summer.
According to the Daily Mail, Chelsea has agreed a deal with Trapzonspor to sign goalkeeper Ugurcan Cakir, and reports has it that the Blues will pay around £30million for the 24-year old star.
Ugurcan Cakir is set to be on his way for medicals in England as soon as the deal is official.
Good or bad deal for the blues?
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