Given that Chelsea’s new owners want to make good on their pledge to make the club a serious contender in all competitions beginning with the next season, this will be one of the busiest windows in the club’s history. The summer transfer market is set to start the following week, and as a result, a number of players are anticipated to move in and out of Stamford Bridge.
After pulling off a surprise deal to acquire a Canadian defender who is 26 years old, the Blues have successfully completed their first signing since joining the Todd Boehly consortium. After spending the summer playing for Lyon, Kadeisha Buchanan has decided to join the women’s team at Chelsea.
After leading her team to victory against Barcelona in the Women’s Champions League, the skilled defender was honored with the title of Canadian woman player of the year. Tomorrow, he will join his fellow countryman Jessie Fleming in Chelsea for the medical examinations that are scheduled to take place there
Buchanan has reached an agreement to sign a five-year contract with Kingsmeadow, which would keep her with the London club until 2027 and gives the club the option to extend the contract further. Following Ji So-departure, Yun’s Emma Hayes is working to bolster the capabilities of her team.