As per Haber365 (by means of Sport Witness), the Blues have concurred a €33m (£29.7m) charge to sign Trabzonspor's best option goalkeeper. If the arrangement occurs, the goalkeeper will turn into the most costly player to be purchased from the Turkish Super Lig.
It appears that Frank Lampard is excluding Kepa Arrizabalaga in his drawn-out plans and is keeping watch for his substitution. Should talks happen as expected, Cakir will join Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner at the west London club next season.
Cakir helped Trabzonspor to a second-set completion in the Super Lig this season, behind just Istanbul Basaksehir by four points.
Cakir has conceded that a transition to the Premier League would be a 'Dream come true' for him. He would join a group experiencing an energizing change which could see them reliably challenge for trophies.
Trabzonspor is the 24-year-old's childhood club, however, another road for new challenges and openings could see the best of his game prosper at Chelsea in the event that he makes the transition to Stamford Bridge.
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