Tosin to join Chelsea from Fulham on four-year deal

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Chelsea have confirmed the signing of Tosin Adarabioyo from Fulham on a four-year contract.

The defender will arrive at Stamford Bridge on a free transfer when his contract with Fulham officially expires at the end of this month.

Tosin completed a medical earlier this week and is Enzo Maresca’s first signing since becoming Chelsea head coach.

The 26-year-old’s ability on the ball and height caught Chelsea’s attention and veteran Thiago Silva’s departure has opened up a gap in the squad at centre-back.

Tosin made 20 appearances in the Premier League during the 2023/24 campaign, scoring two goals.

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The 2024 summer transfer window in the Premier League officially opens on Friday June 14 – the same day that Euro 2024 starts.

The window will close on August 30 at 11pm UK time in England and at midnight in Scotland.

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