Chelsea very close to agreeing deal with midfielder. He is set to be Lampard’s second signing

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According to The Sun, Chelsea are close to agreeing a deal for Derby County midfielder Max Bird.

The report claims Chelsea will pay £4.8million for the transfer of the 19 year old midfielder ahead of a move to Stamford Bridge this summer.

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The 19-year-old played under Blues boss Frank Lampard at the Rams last season and and will link up with his old boss again at Stamford Bridge.

Meanwhile, Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney, who currently plays for Derby County, recently described the midfielder as a joy to play with.

“He gets the ball and moves it on. He keeps it simple and defends well,” the former England captain told the Derby Telegraph.

“He is getting better every week and is a joy to play with.”

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9 Comments on "Chelsea very close to agreeing deal with midfielder. He is set to be Lampard’s second signing"

  1. John Wafula munyasia | May 1, 2020 at 6:23 pm |

    Chelsea is lacking only strikers but midfield is OK

  2. Lack of strikers not mido…just sign left back n right back .

  3. I think Lampard should only look for another defender, one midfielder and superstar striker

  4. Hey who is that new Signing, a 19- year old coming to the Stamford Bridge??

  5. Mr Lampard please be serious do you really need mildfielders I think what chalsea desperately need is strikers.

  6. Chelsea need a striker I think midfielder are still fine for now.

  7. Lampard plz be serious.The team needs a hitman striker& Seasoned dependable defenders central & leftback.

  8. Awensebdi Swapzee | May 3, 2020 at 3:05 pm |

    Lampard stop receiving yrsef to replace kepa

  9. QUIET JONAS | May 4, 2020 at 11:55 pm |

    Please I want Chelsea to keep Kante he is useful. Lapard we need a smartest strike

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