Chelsea has agreed on a deal for a Brazilian full wing back according to the latest news reports from England, and the official announcement by both clubs will be in the first hours of the winter transfer windows in January.
According to several sources such as Daily Mail, Mirrors, and The Sun, Chelsea has agreed with the Premier League side, Newcastle United, to loan the Brazilian full wing back, Kenedy, in January for six months, and the official announcement by both clubs to follow when the winter transfer windows in Europe opens, at the beginning of 2018.
The Magpies, Newcastle United, will pay the loan fee for the Brazilian player who they wanted to sign last summer, but Antonio Conte, Chelsea’s manager, refused to sell him, but the Magpies current manager, Rafa Benitez, is keen to sign Kenedy until the end of the season to help him fight the relegation battle. Knowing that Rafa Benitez managed Chelsea in the season of 2012-2013 as an interim.
The 21 years old player, Kenedy, has played three matches with the Blues so far, and the last was in the EFL Cup, Carabao Cup’s, quarterfinal against Bournemouth FC where Chelsea won 2-1, and Kenedy was one of the key players in that match
Kenedy arrived from the Brazilian side, Fluminense, two seasons ago for 6 million GBP and played 20 matches for the Blues in his first match under Jose Mourinho and Guus Hiddink, but lost his place under Antonio Conte with the arrival of the Spanish wing back, Marcos Alonso.
Here are some of the sources that confirm that Newcastle United and Chelsea agreed for the deal