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Chelsea close to triple deal as Antonio Conte's first signings in transfer window


Chelsea could soon announce the signings of Emanuele Giaccherini, Leonardo Bonucci and Antonio Candreva, has revealed.

The Lazio winger is expected to sign a four-year-contract after rejecting a move to Internazionale.

The Juventus defender has accepted a £130,000-a-week contract from the Blues and will sign a three-year contract.

Giaccherini could make a loan move to Stamford Bridge after enjoying a very positive Euro 2016 campaign with Italy.

At the start of the week, agent Furio Valcareggi admitted that a move to Chelsea would be a dream for the 31-year-old.

"[Antonio] Conte likes him very much and Chelsea would be a dream come true for the player," Valcareggi told SportItalia.

"But it's still early [to talk about transfers].

"Whoever wants him will be able to buy him after Euro 2016."

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Antonio Candreva, Emanuele Giaccherini, Leonardo Bonucci