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Top Transfer News: Chelsea Signs Tosin Adarabioyo and Everton Secures Young Talent



Chelsea has officially signed Tosin Adarabioyo, marking the first addition under their new head coach Enzo Maresca. The 26-year-old defender joins on a free transfer after his contract with Fulham expired. Adarabioyo completed his medical earlier this week and has agreed to a four-year deal with the West London club. He expressed his excitement about joining Chelsea, highlighting the personal significance of returning to the club located just three miles from where he was born.

Meanwhile, Everton is set to sign Ceiran Loney from Partick Thistle. The 16-year-old forward, who holds the record as the youngest-ever player for the Scottish side, impressed Everton scouts during a trial period. Loney is expected to bolster Everton’s academy, joining Northern Ireland Under-18 striker Braiden Graham, who was also recently recruited. Everton’s focus on strengthening their youth squad showcases their commitment to building a strong foundation for the future.

In other transfer news, Newcastle United’s star striker Alexander Isak has confirmed he has no plans to leave the club amid ongoing speculation. Isak, who scored 25 goals last season, has attracted interest from several top European clubs, including Arsenal. Despite the rumors, Isak emphasized his love for Newcastle and his desire to continue contributing to the team’s success.

Additionally, Dominic Solanke’s contract details at Bournemouth have been revealed. The 26-year-old striker has a £65 million release clause that can only be triggered by certain clubs. Solanke’s impressive performance last season, with 19 Premier League goals and three assists, has made him a target for top teams, but the specifics of the clause limit which clubs can activate it.

Lastly, England manager Gareth Southgate has announced the final squad for Euro 2024. Notable omissions include James Maddison and Jack Grealish, who, according to Southgate, accepted the decision respectfully. This selection highlights the competitive nature of the squad and Southgate’s strategic choices as England prepares for the European Championship.

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