Read Up “Chelsea signed 17-year-old Everton defender Ishe Samuels-Smith.” Everton’s youthful fullback and England Under-21 international, who is a gem of the club’s youth program, has been acquired by the Blues for a fee of four million pounds.

The promising youth, who acknowledged that he has been left astonished by the move to Stamford Bridge, was the subject of a signing competition between Chelsea and Manchester City.

Samuels-Smith shared their thoughts, stating, “It was a shock to me because it all happened so quickly, but I’m really glad to be here.”

“Joining a club of this magnitude is likely to prove to be a rewarding experience.

Because there are great players here, it is going to be a new challenge for me, therefore I am going to have to adapt quickly in order to make it through the levels.

Chelsea Signed 17-Year-Old Everton Defender Ishe Samuels-Smith
Chelsea Signed 17-Year-Old Everton Defender Ishe Samuels-Smith

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Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana will join Manchester United for £45million next week.

Onana is wanted by United manager Erik Ten Hag to accompany the team on their forthcoming pre-season tour.

After coming to the conclusion that David De Gea should be replaced, Ten Hag ranked Onana as his new number one goalkeeper.

Onana and United have already reached a personal agreement over his contract.


Everton has reportedly received an offer for Ashley Young.

Because his contract with Aston Villa did not be renewed at the end of the season, the defender, who is 37 years old, is now a free agent.

Last season, Young was one of the main reasons why Unai Emery’s team qualified for the Europa Conference League and earned a spot in European competition. He played in 32 games.

As he wants to keep his professional career going, the former fullback for Manchester United and England is currently looking for a new club to play for.

There has been speculation that Premier League newcomers Luton could make a move for him as they aim to bolster their squad with players who have previous experience competing at the highest level.

Because of Everton’s recent financial difficulties, Sean Dyche will need to be strategic in the transfer market to improve his team after they barely avoided relegation from the Premier League.

Jacque Talbot, a journalist for Football Transfers, claims that Young’s representatives have made contact with the Toffees on the possibility of Young joining the club for free.