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Chelsea set to spend £125 million on three huge signings

Big spenders Chelsea are set to spend a massive £125 million on their three main transfer targets in the coming weeks as they prepare to defend the Premier League title. Antonio Conte’s side have moved for Juventus’ Alex Sandro who will cost possibly over £60m and would become the clubs record signing. Tiemoue Bakayoko is […]
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