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Three Transfers Chelsea Are Likely To Complete Within 48 Hours

Chelsea are expected to round off their transfer window business in style as three  much anticipated transfers have been lined up to be completed before the transfer window closes.

Firstly we start with the much publicised transfer of Paul Pogba to Chelsea. The Blues are reportedly set to smash Manchester United’s British transfer record by launching a 70 million pounds bid for the Frenchman. Chelsea have clearly indicated their interest to add the midfield maestro to their team but Juventus have proven to be the stumbling block in the Pogba deal. However Jose Mourinho will be hoping to use the business ties formed with Juventus over the transfer of Juan Cuadrado to appease Juventus into selling Paul Pogba to them.

Also, Chelsea could finally complete the transfer of John Stones before the end of the transfer window after much-dragged negotiations. The Blues have had three bids rejected by Everton who have stated their unwillingness to sell John Stones. Everton should be commended so far for their admirable efforts in rejecting Chelsea’s advances but seem set to be out-done by the same player they have fought for. Everton’s John Stones have reportedly handed in a transfer request at the club which could give the Blues the much needed breakthrough in landing the youngster. Chelsea is believed to be preparing a fourth bid for John Stones, which is expected to be accepted by Everton.

Lastly, out of favour winger Victor Moses could be set for a Stamford Bridge exit as the Nigerian edges closer to a move to West Ham. The Hammers are reportedly in contact with Chelsea over the transfer of Victor Moses which could cost them as much 9 million pounds. The arrival of Pedro Rodriguez has pushed the former Wigan man further down the pecking order and is expected to follow in the footsteps of Juan Cuadrado on his way out of the club. If West Ham offer the right amount for Victor Moses, it seems very unlikely for Jose Mourinho not to accept the offer.

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