- Emerson Palmieri is now on the verge of joining Italian side Inter Milan
- The 26-year-old is said to have agreed personal terms with Antonio Conte's side
- Palmieri made only 15 Premier League starts for Chelsea at the 2019/20 League season
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Chelsea defender Emerson Palmieri has reportedly agreed personal terms to join Italian side Inter Milan with Antonio Conte's side said to be offering the 26-year-old five-year contract.
At the just concluded Premier League season where Chelsea finished among the top four, Emerson Palmieri failed to get regular playing time.
Frank Lampard who is the manager of Chelsea is planning high to succeed next season by bolstering his squad with good players this summer.
Inter Milan on the other hand are also looking forward to add new legs to their squad as they will be campaigning in the Champions League.
Chelsea are reportedly open to listening to offers for the out-of-favour defender who made just 15 Premier League appearances last season.
One of his games included a shocking first-half performance against Arsenal in December last year with Emerson subbed off after 35 minutes after the Gunners took an early lead.
He joined Chelsea from Roma last two years and his career at Stamford Bridge is now on the verge of coming to an end with Napoli also interested in him over a summer move.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Vinicius Junior was linked with a sensational move to London clubs Chelsea and Arsenal in the past season but the English sides have reignited their interest in the winger.
Real Madrid spent £39 million to sign the Brazilian attacker from Flamengo in 2018 and placed a £630m release clause in his contract.
But that did not stop Paris Saint-Germain in making a move for the pacy winger last summer which did not materialize.
With the current economic situation clubs can sign the 20-year-old with a lesser figure only if Real agree with the price.
Arsenal made a huge bid for Vinicius during Unai Emery's time in charge at the Emirates but opted to sign Nicolas Pepe from Lille splashing £72m on the Ivorian.
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