- Noni Madueke completed a £29 million move from Dutch club PSV Eindoven to Chelsea Football Club
- The 20-year-old has expressed delight, saying he loves to feature in the English Premier League
- Madueke says he is ready to start, adding that he is excited about what the future holds and the vision of the club owner
England youth international Noni Madueke has officially completed his move from Dutch club PSV Eindoven to Premier League club Chelsea.
The Super Eagles-eligible youngster sealed the deal on Friday night, January 20, signing a seven-and-a-half-year contract.
The London club will also have the option to extend his contract for another year, with reports claiming the deal is worth £29 million.
Madueke joins days after Chelsea welcomed Mykhailo Mudryk through the doors at Stamford Bridge.
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Delighted to return to England, Madueke told Chelsea FC:
“I’m really pleased to sign with one of the best clubs in the world in Chelsea.
“To return to England and play in the Premier League is a dream for me and my family and I can’t wait to get started.
"I am excited for what the future holds, the owner’s vision for the future and to be at a club like this and winning at the highest level.”
Madueke was born in Barnet and came through the ranks at Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur before leaving England to move to the Netherlands and sign for PSV.
He broke into the PSV senior side in 2019, before becoming a regular the season after, netting an impressive seven goals in 24 league appearances.
Mykhailo Mudryk trains with Chelsea FC
Sports Brief earlier reported that Chelsea successfully hijacked Mykhailo Mudryk's potential move to Arsenal, and flew to London immediately to become one of the Blues.
He was announced by the club in the 22nd minute of their match against Crystal Palace and was unveiled at Stamford Bridge at half-time.
He participated in drills and ball work as he began to acclimatise to his new environment. Also training was loan signing, João Felix who was red-carded on his debut in the 2-1 loss to London neighbours, Fulham.