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Friday, July 13, 2007
Chelsea win race to sign Florent Malouda

Florent Malouda is expected to join his new Chelsea team-mates in the United States today after completing his transfer to Stamford Bridge from French champions Lyon on a four-year deal.

The winger, who has joined for an undisclosed fee, will fly out at the earliest opportunity and is preparing to make his debut in a pre-season friendly against Club America of Mexico in San Jose on Saturday.Malouda, who was also chased by Liverpool, Real Madrid and AC Milan, had a medical in London yesterday and claimed Chelsea was his preferred destination.

The 27-year-old, who was voted player of the year in France last season after winning four titles in a row, should have no problems settling in at his new club having already played with striker Didier Drogba at Guingamp and midfielder Michael Essien at Lyon.

He is widely regarded as a replacement for Dutch winger Arjen Robben, who has been linked all summer with a move to Real Madrid. But chief executive Peter Kenyon has spoken of Chelsea's desire to keep Robben, insisting "they are two different types of players".

By Chris Hatherall
Published by Side @ 8:14 AM   1 comments
Steve Sidwell on free
Chelsea has confirmed to get Steve Sidwell on free transfer from Reading this summer. Steve Sidwell joined Reading from Arsenal for an undisclosed fee in January 2003, after rising through the youth ranks but never making a first team appearance for the Gunners.

First signed by Steve Coppell at Brentford and following him to Reading, Sidwell was regarded as one of the best players outside the Barclays Premiership before the Royals' promotion. Skilful and combative, the former England Under-21 midfielder became Reading's youngest ever captain in December 2004 and impressed in his debut Barclays Premier League season to earn a move to Stamford Bridge at the conclusion of his contract.
Published by Side @ 12:56 AM   0 comments
Tal Ben Haim - New chelsea's defender
Israel international Ben Haim completed a move to Chelsea on a free transfer in June 2007, turning down the chance to link up again with former manager Sam Allardyce at Newcastle United.

The central defender was out of contract at Bolton Wanderers and moved to Stamford Bridge after a mooted move in the January transfer window didn't materialise as Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich refused to loosen the purse strings.

Ben Haim did not move to Chelsea to become an automatic first choice, but to add much needed strength to a back line which was often stretched in 2006/07.

The player moved in England in July 2004 for a small, undisclosed fee believed to be in the region of £150,000. He moved to Bolton from Maccabi Tel Aviv and signed a three-year contract after spending two weeks on trial at the Lancashire club.

He moved to the Premiership as a championship winner with Maccabi.
Published by Side @ 12:53 AM   0 comments