Check Out “Chelsea have signed Monaco centre-back Axel Disasi.” The 25-year-old signed a six-year agreement with the Blues for almost £38 million (€45 million).

Disasi, who was a member of France’s World Cup team in Qatar, has 130 Ligue 1 appearances for Monaco and Stade Reims and four Ligue 1 caps before to joining the Premier League.

“Axel has demonstrated his quality over several seasons in France, and that has justly led to recognition on the international stage,” co-sporting directors Laurence Stewart and Paul Winstanley said.

He is prepared to advance in his career, and we are thrilled that Chelsea will be that next stop. We warmly extend our welcome to him and anticipate seeing him soon link up with Mauricio Pochettino and his new teammates.

Chelsea Have Signed Monaco Centre-Back Axel Disasi
Chelsea Have Signed Monaco Centre-Back Axel Disasi

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Italian news outlets claim that Juventus and Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey have reached a personal agreement.

According to Sky Italia, Juve and the Gunners have begun discussing a transfer for the Ghanaian international.

The reports were also covered by Ghanaian media, raising concerns about the 30-year-old’s employment prospects at Emirates Stadium.

Partey is alleged to have rejected Saudi Arabia’s interest and a substantial offer from the Middle East in order to remain in the Premier League.

But it remains to be seen whether he might be persuaded to leave Arsenal for the Serie A giants now that Juventus have made an approach.

To be able to afford to sign the Gunners star, Juve would reportedly need to shed a number of players first.


Portuguese winger Carlos Borges has been acquired by Ajax for £12 million from Manchester City.

The 19-year-old was said to be moving to West Ham, but has instead moved to Amsterdam under a deal that lasts through the 2028 summer.

According to the transfer’s rules, add-ons could bring the sum up to $19 million (£16.3 million).

Since 2014, Borges has been a member of City’s development academy. He played last season for the Under-21s, who won the Premier League 2 championship.

Despite leading the team in scoring with 21 goals, he did not play for the senior team.