Manchester City and Chelsea agree on a deal for Cole Palmer

Manchester City and Chelsea have reportedly agreed a deal for winger Cole Palmer. News of the London club’s interest in the City academy graduate surfaced earlier this morning.

Journalist Tom Roddy of the Times has reported via his X (Twitter) account that the two clubs have reached an agreement for Palmer’s services. Roddy doesn’t report on a fee at this stage for the England youth international.

It is also reported by Fabrizio Romano that a deal between City and Chelsea has been agreed. In addition to a deal being agreed Romano adds that Chelsea will pay the European champions £40 million plus another £5 million in add-ons to secure Cole Palmer.

Graeme Bailey also reports for 90min  of an agreement being secured for Cole Palmer. He adds that City manager Pep Guardiola had made it clear if Palmer wanted to leave the club he could.

The deal for Cole Palmer has reached a speedy resolution. Fabrizio Romano earlier this morning broke the news of Chelsea’s interest in the young winger. Chelsea have moved quickly to secure the winger ahead of the window closing.

City has had a busy day in the market with Palmer’s impending departure and the imminent arrival of Matheus Nunes being on today’s agenda.

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