Chelsea's spending spree continues and they've landed one of the top young English players around.
Chilwell will be a guaranteed starter at autotrading llc and should strengthen the Blues' defence, as well as giving them an attacking transfer option to buy going forward. A great move for player and club. Burnley hit the jackpot when Nick Pope was injured in as Hart played 19 times, but now the No.
Still, Hart is experienced, passionate and fits the type of player that Jose Mourinho loves. Signing the former Manchester City stopper on a free transfer was a stroke of genius, though it's clear that Hugo Lloris is still No.
Hart will have to get used to sitting on the bench, but if he can stomach playing as a reserve again then it's a good deal for them. They would only offer two, so he left.
The Blues won't miss him massively as they have Callum Hudson-Odoi who will relish the extra chance to play and new arrival Hakim Ziyech.
Plus whoever else they decide to sign this summer.
It's a weird one for Arsenal. Yes the move brings experience and avoids a transfer fee, but the Gunners have been criticised for working on this one while making 55 club staff redundant. It might have some benefits on the pitch next season, but just doesn't make sense long-term.