Juan Cuadrado good replacement for Andre Schurrle says former coach

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Chelsea pulled off the biggest move of deadline day yesterday by snapping up Juan Cuadrado from Fiorentina for around £23 million. Former Chelsea coach Ray Wilkins believes that the Blues have landed an ‘outstanding’ player to replace the out-going Andre Schurrle, who joined Wolfsburg. Along with Schurrle, Blues boss Jose Mourinho also allowed Ryan Bertrand to make his loan move to Southampton a permanent one. The 25-year-old is said to have cost the Saints around £10 million. And finally we end with a rather strange story about Cesc Fabregas. According to the Sun, the Chelsea midfielder was involved in a traffic incident after the game against Liverpool on Tuesday that ended up with him punching the windscreen of a bus.

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