Chelsea sell young attacker Omari Hutchinson to Ipswich Town

Michael Golding of Chelsea is about to sign a contract with Leicester City. The East Midlands club is interested in obtaining Golding in a separate transaction and has agreed to sell Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall to Chelsea.

In contrast to Omari Hutchinson’s impending transfer to Ipswich Town, a possible deal would not include a sell-on clause or matching rights for Chelsea on any future transfer involving the adolescent midfielder. During the FA Cup third-round victory over Preston North End the previous season, the 19-year-old made his first-team debut under former boss Mauricio Pochettino.

Brighton & Hove Albion were previously interested in Golding, who is thought to be one of Chelsea’s finest prospects, but their interest has since waned. As Chelsea’s under-18 team advanced to the FA Youth Cup final eight, he made four appearances and scored one goal.

Chelsea youngster set to leave for £5m to Leicester City

Fabrizio Romano reports that Michael Golding, a promising player from Chelsea, will pay £5 million to join Premier League newcomers Leicester City. For an estimated £30 million, the Blues and the Foxes have reached an agreement to recruit 25-year-old midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall. He has reportedly finished the first round of his physical.

According to the agreement, but in a different transaction, it looks like Golding will be moving to King Power Stadium. Romano posted on, saying:

“Know” that Leicester City is going to pay $5 million to acquire Michael Golding from Chelsea. After Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall’s £30 million move is finalized, the gifted 2006 graduate will depart Chelsea to sign a separate contract with #LCFC.

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