Chelsea agree deal for Leicester's Dewsbury-Hall



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Chelsea have agreed a £30m deal with Leicester for Kiernan Dewsbury Hall and the player has been given permission to undergo a medical. 

The 25-year-old is set to join new Blues manager Enzo Maresca in swapping the King Power Stadium for Stamford Bridge this summer.

Dewsbury-Hall scored 12 Championship goals and registered 14 assists under Maresca last season.

The Dewsbury-Hall deal helps Leicester hugely towards meeting Profit and Sustainability Rules (PSR) but it remains to be seen whether they will be fully compliant.

A separate deal for 18-year-old Chelsea midfielder Michael Golding moving in the direction is also currently being finalised.

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