Chelsea continues with strong transfers! The “Blues” announced the attraction of the English national Ben Chillwell. The 23-year-old defender arrived at Stamford Bridge for the sum of 50 million pounds, and the term of the contract is 5 years.BENISBLUE.Welcome to Chelsea, @BenChilwell! 💙 #BenIsBlue– Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) August 26, 2020“I am happy to be part of Chelsea at this exciting time for the club. I can’t wait to be part of this young, dynamic line-up led by Frank Lampard. I hope to play for the team soon,” Chillwell said in a statement. Chelsea.Chillwell joins the company of newcomers Hakim Ziesh and Timo Werner, and according to the English media, Kai Havertz will soon land at Stamford Bridge.“We are confident that Ben will adapt quickly to the team and the difficult program for the upcoming season. He is a great addition to the team that will fight for awards,” said Marina Granovski, who is responsible for transfers at the club. Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.
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ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Driven by a crushing victory inside four days in the opening Test in Bridgetown, West Indies will chase a long awaited major series win when they clash with England in the pivotal second Test starting here today. No one could have foreseen the home side’s commanding performance at Kensington Oval which left the pre-series favourites shell-shocked and handed the Windies the upper hand in three-Test rubber.In fact, the series was supposed to be another whitewash with the home and visiting pundits having written the Windies off before a ball was bowled, especially with the build-up to the opening Test mired in controversy over the appointment of Englishman Richard Pybus as interim head coach.Last weekend’s victory completely transformed the narrative, with the Windies now in with a real chance of clinching their first series win over a higher-ranked side, since they swept New Zealand in the Caribbean seven years ago. However, skipper Jason Holder told reporters here yesterday his side had already put last weekend’s heroics behind them and were aware they had to start from scratch in order to taste success again over the coming days.“Most of the guys are pretty focussed, they’re really hungry. We understood what we did in the last game but that’s gone – I said that to the guys,” Holder said.“That game is history, it’s just a matter for us to move on and understand what we need to do to continue being consistent. I always speak about consistency in the dressing room and I think in order to be consistent, we’ve got to be hitting all three departments every time we step on the field.”