Noni Madueke: Chelsea agree £29m deal to sign PSV Eindhoven forward | Transfer Centre News

Chelsea have agreed a £29m deal to initially sign PSV Eindhoven winger Noni Madueke.

The last details are still in the works but the player is preparing to travel to England.

Madueke started his youth career at Crystal Palace before moving to Tottenham.

He left Spurs in 2018 for PSV Eindhoven, establishing himself as a first team regular in the 2020-21 campaign and scoring nine goals in 35 games last season.

There was a sense that PSV did not want to sell him because they already sold Cody Gakpo to Liverpool this window, but it is understood that Chelsea are very insistent.

The deal will cost Chelsea £190m in this window, up from £270m already spent in the summer, and £460m since Todd Boehly took over the club.

Madueke will become Chelsea’s sixth signing of the January transfer window, following the arrivals of Mykhailo Mudryk, Joao Felix, Benoit Badiashile, David Datro Fofana and Andrey Santos.

‘Chelsea going in early and picking up talented young players’;

Sky Sports News’ Kaveh Solhekol on the Transfer Show:

“We could go on and on about how many players Chelsea signed. There was a lot of discussion about how they were complying with the various Financial Fair Play regulations.

“It’s interesting to see how long these contracts are. We’ve seen Chelsea sign players for five, six, seven, eight years to extend their contracts for the cost of development to comply with UEFA and Premier League FFP rules. That’s one thing.

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I predict this will be a long time again.

“These are some of the best young players in Europe and what happened was a lot of clubs looked at them.

“When the new owners come to Chelsea, the first move they make is to go in and buy all the players, leaving everyone standing.

“Madueke is very popular. Most of the big clubs in Europe have looked at him, but again Chelsea are the ones who make the first move and put money on the table.

“It looks like he’s going to have it because he agreed on the deal at the beginning.”

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Chelsea have a transfer under Todd Boehly

Returning under Todd Boehly

  • Marc Cucurella – Brighton, £60m
  • Raheem Sterling – Man City, £47.5m
  • Kalidou Koulibaly – Napoli, £33m
  • Carney Chukwuemeka – Aston Villa, £20m
  • Wesley Fofana – Leicester, £75m
  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Barcelona, ​​£10.3m
  • Dionysius Zakaria – Juventus, loan
  • Benoit Badiashile – Monaco, £35m
  • David Datro Fofana – Molde, closed
  • Andrey Santos – Vasco da Gama, closed
  • Joanne Felix – Atletico Madrid, £9.7m loan
  • Mykhailo Mudryk – Shakhtar Donetsk, £88.5m

Analysis: Madueke is for the future

European football expert Andy Brassell on the Transfer Show:

“I do not think” Chelsea Supporters can expect too much from him as he has had a quiet time this season. If you go back to the time before the last one, you’ve seen all his powers. That season began brilliantly, scoring goals in the Champions League qualifiers – in some tough matches.

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“At that point you felt that he was going to end up in the Premier League within a year. But it was tougher for him. He had a lot of injuries because they kept him back then.

“With the offer, they don’t really lose anything from the first team now PSV. The potential is clear, the ability is clear. It would not affect me if he went out on loan immediately given the number forward. The players that Chelsea have, and the dribblers.

“If you’re looking for Chelsea to build a sustainable future. I agree with the idea that everyone buys this window, but on the other hand, that player who looks like it can be a real deal. Below the market value.

“Everyone was looking at him after two years and at that point, the £30m deal was seen as absolute – and of course another English player to go into the first team.”

What do you expect from ‘showman’ Madueke?

PSV's Noni Madueke of Britain during the Europa League group A soccer match between PSV and Arsenal at the Philips Stadium in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, on Thursday, Oct. 27.  2022. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
Noni Madueke spent time with Tottenham and Crystal Palace before PSV. to join

What do Premier League spectators expect from Madueke? Let’s explain the teenager himself. “I’m a bit of a showman,” he said You are playing heaven in April “I try to beat the players. I’m fast. I have an eye for the goal. That’s how I describe it.”

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In that interview, he explained the reason behind his PSV move. “I’ve been in a first-team environment since I was 17. I don’t think I’ve ever experienced first-team football at that age in England. It felt like the right next step.”

Madueke has progressed significantly in Belgium, playing alongside experienced Mario Gotze and being coached by Roger Schmidt and Ruud van Nistelrooy. It describes his game as a bit more polished than when it first came out.

“When you come to the first team at 18, you are a little raw. I am probably a more decisive player than I was two years ago. My biggest strengths are still my speed and finishing, but I would say that my end product is good. So now.”

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