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"He is heading to London and Stamford Bridge to sign for Chelsea" - Blues close in on Arsenal and Manchester United target


Chelsea are in pole position to sign Leicester City attacking midfielder Riyad Mahrez according to the Sun.

The Algeria international has been allowed to leave the Algeria squad to conclude his move from Leicester City, according to the Algerian Football Federation (FAF).

Reports in England have claimed that the Foxes have accepted a £45million from the Blues.

Arsenal and Manchester United have also been linked with a move for the talented 26-year-old.

He made it clear in June that he wanted to leave Leicester City to embark on a new experience with a different club.

He was named the PFA Player of the Year after playing a key part in Leicester's title-winning season two years ago.

If the transfer goes through, he will become Antonio Conte's sixth summer signing, joining Davide Zappacosta who joined from Torino earlier today.

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