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Chelsea close to sealing double signing from Roma

Chelsea close to sealing double signing from Roma

In addition to Dzeko, they have also been linked with the likes of Christian Benteke, Andy Carroll, Peter Crouch, Ashley Barnes, Fernando Llorente, Islam Slimani and Marko Arnautovic.

Chelsea faced scrutiny in January 2016 after it emerged Burkina Faso worldwide Bertrand Traore played for their under-18s side against Arsenal in 2011 when aged 16, in an apparent breach of Federation Internationale de Football Association regulations.

The Blues have reportedly reached an agreement with AS Roma over Edin Dzeko services.

The player has already agreed to move the South West London and is only waiting for Roma to allow him to fly to London to join the Blues.

Conte's side aim at signing the Roma forward as a back up for Alvaro Marata.

The 31-year-old has been a big success in Roma since his 2015 move from Manchester City.

A deal to bring Dzeko back to the Premier League, however, two years after he brought an end to his spell at Manchester City, is proving to be a little more hard.

And reports emerged this morning that they have contacted Leicester City to enquire about getting Islam Slimani on loan for the rest of the campaign. There's still nothing certain, we are in a stage of discussion and evaluations.

Now they are working their way down the list and, as he has pointed out many times, Conte is not the one who devises it.

Conte has constantly lamented a lack of squad depth this season. The Belgian has been good as a substitute having scored against and recently at Watford, he can be a handy striker for Sevilla who are now fighting hard to make it into the top four of the La Liga table.

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