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Chelsea Accept CD Leganes €4.5m Bid For Omeruo Permanent Transfer

Chelsea Accept CD Leganes €4.5m Bid For Omeruo Permanent Transfer

Chelsea have finally accepted Leganes’ €4.5 bid for Nigerian defender, Kenneth Omeruo, Completesports.com reports.

Omeruo, Completesports.com scooped, will sign a five-year contract with the LaLiga club after Chelsea agreed to lower their asking price for the centre-back.

The 25-year-old spent last season on loan at Levante and make 28 league appearances for the club.

Chelsea turned down a bid from French Ligue 1 club, Amiens for the player this week, while Spanish side, Celta Vigo also registered interest in him.

Omeruo linked up with Chelsea from Belgian club, Standard Liege in January 2012 and was immediately loaned out to Dutch Eredivisie outfit, ADO Den Haag.

He also had loan stints with Championship club Middlesbrough, as well as Kasimpasa and Alanyaspor in the Turkish League.

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • Bia adeboye amosu are u drinking kai kai (local gin) or what.lead ur post first before throwing dem publicly.he spent last season at leganes not levante,drunkard

    • onwajunior 2 years ago

      From your write up I fit tell sey you be Onitsha guy.

  • Good for my man Omeruo.
    Go and prosper improve your game and become the defender we know you can be.
    Happy for you.
    Hope Rhor will go and make room for an ambitious Technically sound dutch coach to take you guys to your detinies. All conquering SE.
    Go and do what is require of you, make us your fans proud nwa Biafra.

  • This has been “ongoing” for weeks. Hours after the article, neither Chelsea, Leganese nor Omeruo have made an official announcement.

    This has been “breaking news” for two days and counting