Done deal as player finally complete late summer move.
The summer transfer window closed on Monday, that means England teams can no longer do business with teams outside the country nor Europe, though, it's believed that transfer deals would still occur within England because the Premier League and the EFL have agreed on second domestic-window which will run until October 16.
However, Chelsea were unable to make any deadline signing, and it seems as though coach Frank Lampard is keen on shipping out more players from the team to create space after successfully sending the likes of Michy Batshuayi, Ross Barkley and Ruben Loftus-Cheek out on loan.
And according to the Daily Express, goalkeeper Nathan Baxter has also joined the Chelsea loan army after signing for Accrington Stanley on a season long-loan.
The young goalkeeper spoke about his excitement after signing, he said: "It's a team that ticks all the boxes for me and am very glad to be here".
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