Chelsea set to sign versatile France professional forward
By Jaysam | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 35 views
Chelsea is reportedly set to add to their attacking line this summer, following the signature of Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner weeks back.
The France international is just 22 years old, and a versatile professional attacker, who have gathered a lot of experience playing for the Paris Saint German side, before been loaned out to Montpellier, and final move to the Lillie side.
The 22 years old France international Jonathan Ikone, is a French professional footballer, that plays as forward for league 1 side Lille and France.
After spending a loan term at Montpellier in 2017, Ikone secured a reasonable move away from the Paris Saint German side in 2018, in search of a greener pasture, to sign for Lille in a 5 years contract deal.
Ikone made his professional debut on 28 September 2016 in UEFA champions league, when he was substituted to play for Angel Di Maria against Ludogorets in the 88th minute at the Paris Saint German.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard, have been in the transfer market, despite making a successful two signings so far, so as to create more depth at the attacking line next season.
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