FC Chelsea: Transfer from Gabriel Slonina fails to sanctions against Roman Abramovich

The sanctions are first noticeable for the FC Chelsea. The change of a goalkeeper from the MLS fails to London.

The transfer of goalkeeper Gabriel Slonina from MLS-Club Chicago Fire to FC Chelsea is bursting for the time being due to the sanctions of the British government against Still Blues-Beitzer Roman Abramovich. This reports the Italian Transfer Expert Fabrizio Romano.

The talks with the 17-year-old American were already well advanced. Slonina would have changed to London for a transfer fee of around seven million euros, but first to be awarded to Chicago until 2023.

Slonina has been since September 2021 enthusiast about Chicago Fire. So far, he completed 15 lots in the MLS. He also stood twice for the US U20 team in the box.

Chelsea may currently do not transfer transfers due to a large sanction list against the club – including new commitments as well as player sales.


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