As all Football fans knows, that Chelsea has been a very busy team since the commencement of the transfer summer. They have been busy tipping on the transfer market and signing some top notch players. Some people has even expected that Chelsea would stop buying players after making their eight signing but they didn't, hoping to win the EPL title in the upcoming season.
However, Reports has shown that Chelsea FC has completed the signing of Teddy Sharman Lowe from Burton Albion. Chelsea has been on this deal for a couple of weeks now but they have not been able to sign him due to the case of Kai Havertz. But now, the new signing has been made and has signed a contract of three-year deal with the Blues.
Although, the 17-year old keeper who has played for England under 17 team would be loaned back to the second England division for the next season campaign. His stats is below 👇👇.
Height - 1.89 m
Age -17 years old
Position - Goalkeeper
Foot - Right
With this stats, do you think Chelsea FC has made a good signing or we should just wait till the future?
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