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Chelsea agree second summer signing, announcement in 48 hours

Former Blues frontman and Belgium worldwide Romelu Lukaku was linked with a big-money return to Stamford Bridge, but the English media are reporting that the 24-year-old forward now looks set to move to Old Trafford instead.Romelu Lukaku has completed his medical in the United States ahead of his proposed £75m move from Everton to Manchester United, according to Marca via the Express.Chelsea striker Diego Costa could yet remain at the club beyond the summer after the saga concerning his future at Stamford Bridge appears to have taken new twists.Antonio Conte’s odds on being the first Premier League manager have been cut following reports he has threatened to quit.Chelsea are also reportedly ready to revive their interest in signing Swansea City striker Fernando Llorente. However, the Premier League champions entering the fray could change things.Torino might have been steadfast in their refusal to sell their star striker so far, but that could all change if an actual bid is put in for him. He’s hoping that Chelsea will come calling for him. Via Yahoo/NBC Sports- “Torino is said to want the full release clause in Belotti’s contract, which is $113 million, and their president is adamant the 23-year-old will not leave for less than that”. At nearly £30m cheaper than Lukaku Aubameyang would nearly be considered a steal in today’s market, and with the rumours of a move to China seemingly unfounded, Europe’s best should really be falling over themselves to sign last season’s top scorer in the Bundesliga.