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Chelsea have made its first signing since being hit with a transfer ban as the Blues have completed the signing of highly rated youngster Bryan Solhaug Fiabema from Tromso.
The young striker signed a three and a half year contract with the Blues and Chelsea is believed to have paid around £800,000 to Tromso as compensation fee for the youngster.
Meanwhile, Tromso’s assistant manager Lars Petter Andressen has revealed something striking about Fiabema.
According to Andressen, Fiabema has an incredible desire to grow his game and is also disciplined despite his young age.
“Since joining the club, Bryan has shown a great desire to develop and has taken an especially big step lately,” Andressen told the Tromso’s official website.
“He is an independent boy who has lived in a single room and only thought about training. His ability to be independent and disciplined at the same time has led him to develop as a football player.
“We wish Bryan good luck in the future and will follow him closely in the years to come.”