BREAKING: Chelsea Finally Reach Agreement Over Wesley Fofana Transfer From Leicester City.

 According to strong reports from England, Chelsea and Leicester City have finally come to terms for Chelsea to buy French defender Wesley Fofana for £75 million.

According to reports, the Blues and the 21-year-old have reached a personal agreement as Thomas Tuchel aims to strengthen his defense.

After their contracts expired, Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger both left the team, forcing the German head coach to enter the trade market.

Jules Kounde appeared to be getting ready to follow Senegalese defender Kalidou Koulibaly through the door when the latter arrived from Napoli for about £34 million.

However, Kounde eventually left Sevilla for Barcelona, and Chelsea have subsequently started to focus on Fofana.

Presnel Kimpembe of Paris Saint-Germain and Josko Gvardiol of RB Leipzig have also been mentioned, although Fofana has always been the club's top choice after losing out on Kounde.

Ironically, Fofana who is expected to sign a six-year contract with the Blues, won't be in action when Chelsea plays Leicester this weekend since he didn't show up for practice last week, according to Brendan Rodgers.

It is obvious that the young Frenchman wants to transfer, and it appears that a contract will be signed soon.

Several sources currently indicate that the Foxes have reached a deal with Chelsea after having several enormous bids for their star defense rejected by the club.

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