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Chelsea defender to officially complete move away from Stamford Bridge

Chelsea defender to officially complete move away from Stamford Bridge

Tomas Kalas will now complete a move to Hull City in what will be Leonid Slutsky’s first signing as Tigers boss.

Slutsky is a close pal of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich and reports say that the Blues could be sending a few players to the KCOM Stadium on loan following their relegation to the Championship.

And now according to reports, it appears Kalas’ move over to Hull City will be a permanent one.

The 24-year-old arrived at Stamford Bridge back in 2010 from Sigma Olomouc for around £5.1m, however, he’s only made four senior appearances for theChelsea in the last seven years

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Kalas has spent most of his time out on loan with Olomouc, Vitesse Arnhem, FC Koln, Middlesbrough and Fulham and was expected to return to Fulham this summer but now it seems his future is taken a turn up north.

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