OFFICIAL: Chelsea announce two signings of highly rated players

Chelsea board has completed two additional done deals as the club have started the Premier league new season perfectly well. They have won their first two matches played so far.The Blues played against Crystal Palace on match day 1, and won that game with three goals to nothing. They also played against their Premier League rivals Arsenal and won the match 2-0. Chelsea currently sit at the number one spot on the English Premier league table. With the way Thomas Tuchel’s side is currently going, one might not be surprised if they win the English Premier league trophy this season.However, Chelsea has been busy throughout this summer transfer window signing players, and also letting some players leave. Romelu Lukaku recently signed a four-year deal with the club from Inter Milan. The club has also confirmed some players leaving the club. Tammy Abraham recently left the club to sign for AS Roma due to lack of playing time at Stamford Bridge. However, we are going to take a look at two deals Chelsea has confirmed and announced in the last 24 hours.(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

1. Chelsea Confirm Davide Zappacosta DepartureChelsea star defender Davide Zappacosta has officially left the club and signed for Atalanta, on a permanent transfer. The 29-year-old player has passed his medicals and signed a deal around the region of €9 million. He scored two goals and made 52 appearances for Chelsea. The defender signed a four-year deal with the Atalanta, and both clubs has officially announced. The top defender who joined Chelsea in 2017, ran of pecking order at Stamford Bridge and was sent out on loan.(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

2. Ike Ugbo Signs For Genk

Chelsea star striker Ike Ugbo has finally left the club and signed for Genk for £6 million. The star player has signed a four-year contract with the new club, keeping him until June 2025 in a deal around £7.5 million. The 22-year-old scored 16 goals and made 32 appearances for his Belgian club last season before moving to England.(Photo Credit: Getty Images)
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