Playing For Chelsea A Dream - Davide Zappacosta Completes Move

Esther Moore
September 1, 2017

Reports suggest if Zappacosta were to be sold to Chelsea, than Torino would have to find another right-back in the transfer window as they would lack any cover in the position, apart from Lorenzo De Silvestri.

Zappacosta is an Italy worldwide, who was given his first call-up to the senior side by Blues boss Antonio Conte.

Today, Chelsea close-in on Davide Zappacosta...

The 25-year-old is highly-rated in Italy having made his global debut last year.

Fabrizio Romano of Sky Sports reported Thursday that Chelsea has agreed to sign right back Davide Zappacosta from Torino for £25 million.

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Chelsea are set to pay £23m for Zappacosta and the player has been offered a long-term contract.

The Italian manager has already failed with moves for Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Bayern Munich's Rafinha this summer.

Capable of playing in defence or midfield, the versatile 25-year-old - who scored two goals in 56 Serie A appearances for Torino, has become Chelsea's fifth signing of the transfer window.

Antonio Conte could yet add Danny Drinkwater to his squad as well. I hope I can show my quality to the coach, my team-mates and the supporters'.

The former Atalanta man has been described as a strong crosser of the ball, making him a useful outlet from full-back and ideal to fit into Conte's 3-4-3 system.

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