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Published on November 9th, 2012 | by soccersweep

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Chelsea tieing up yet another signing

Despite having some of the very best players in the world in their first eleven, Chelsea still look a little thin in terms of their squad, after a year of wholesale changes.

Thus, they are still spending liberally, when the opportunity arises. Sky reported earlier that Wallace, a Brazilian right-back, has all but concluded a deal to become the latest Chelsea recruit for a transfer fee of around £5m. At 18 he’s one for the future but, with the right back spot at Chelsea up for grabs, he may find his chance coming sooner than he thinks.

In other Chelsea news JT has completed his four match suspension and will surely return to plug what has been a slightly leaky defence of late. Chelsea’s back line will certainly be tested against a Liverpool side hungry for points after a mediocre start to their campaign. That’s just one of the games in a mouthwatering weekend of Prem footy. Here’s our Weekend Pools Predictor. Join in by clicking here or one of the William Hill banners on the page for your chance to win a mint from a solitary squid.

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2 Responses to Chelsea tieing up yet another signing

  1. Qpr shall win their first leaque game this week.

  2. k'rald says:

    Youngsters with a very lucrative skills and ability comes like a spice up for a team. Sure I belief he (wallace) will surely have his ways in chelsea’s squad. Up blues

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