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According to Daily Star, Chelsea have completed the signing of rising Finland star Jimi Tauriainen from HJK Helsinki.
The Blues beat Inter Milan and Juventus to the signing of the brilliant 16 year old winger and he has signed a three year deal.
Tauriainen chose Chelsea after seeing Chelsea boss Frank Lampard give several youngsters a chance in the first team this season. He believes Chelsea is the right club for him due to Lampard’s focus on youths.
The youngster, who is the son of former Finland international Pasi Taurianen, has been described as a strong, fast winger who is good with the ball and is proficient at taking free kicks.
Chelsea took notice of the winger after he put in impressive performances for HJK04 as they won the Gallini World Cup, a youth tournament, in Budapest in 2019. He scored twice in the final and was also named player of the tournament.