New Chelsea signings Andrey Santos and David Datro Fofana express themselves after completing January transfers
New Chelsea signings Andrey Santos and David Datro Fofana have communicated their fervor in the wake of finishing January moves to Stamford Bridge.
Ivory Coast forward Fofana, 20, fixed a £10m move from Molde and has marked a six-year manage the Premier League club.
Chelsea have now finished three signings in the January transfer window, with Santos and Fofana following French defender Benoit Badiashile through the entryways at Stamford Bridge.
Santos, who showed up for Rio-based Vasco de Gama, said: ‘It’s an exceptionally huge chance for me.
‘This is a major club playing in enormous rivalries like the Premier League so I’m exceptionally energized. The players here are so great and I’m extremely glad to be here.’
Fofana, who scored 24 goals in 65 appearances for Norwegian bosses Molde, added: ‘Hi dear fans, I’m here, I’ve shown up well and I’m exceptionally glad to finish paperwork for the club of my fantasies. I’ll see you soon on the pitch, good health!’
Chelsea are likewise in converses with sign Benfica’s World Cup winner Enzo Fernandez, albeit the Argentine could wind up costing more than £100m.
The Blues, who spent around £250m on new signings the previous summer, have entered the competition to sign Mykhailo Mudryk from Shakhtar Donetsk, who seems to incline toward a transition to Premier League pioneers Arsenal.
Notwithstanding spending vigorously the previous summer, Chelsea have slipped to tenth in the Premier League under Graham Potter and find themselves 10 points beyond the Heroes League places.
Chelsea take on Manchester City in the FA Cup on Sunday – having lost 1-0 to Pep Guardiola’s side in the league earlier in the week – before facing two London derbies against Fulham and Crystal Palace.