Chelsea must ‘act fast’ for Serie A striker - report

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Chelsea target Stevan Jovetic’s agent has said that the Blues are yet to contact Fiorentina to do a deal for the forward, and the club will need to move forward quickly if they wish to bring Jovetic to London.

“I have seen the reports in the newspapers, but I believe they are just rumours,” Arzen Ramadani said.

“I have had no contact with Chelsea. Jovetic is happy at Fiorentina and he wants to stay loyal to his contract.


“If Chelsea want to sign him they need to make contact with Fiorentina.”

With just one week left to go in the transfer window, clubs are moving swiftly to seal any last minute deals.

Chelsea have confirmed the signings of Romelu Lukaku and Oriol Romeu this week, along with Juan Mata, but there will no doubt be more fresh faces in the Blues camp come this time next week.

And Talksport are claiming that Chelsea must 'act fast’ to secure Jovetic, who is attracting interest from numerous European clubs.

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