According to reports in Brazil, Chelsea have reached an agreement for their second signing of the summer transfer window on Friday. The Blues have been linked to Fluminense attacker Robert Kenedy, and following the Brazilian club's confirmation that the player has been transferred to a club in Europe, Globo Esporte is claiming that Chelsea was the club with a transfer fee of €10 million.
If accurate, it's unlikely that the player will qualify for a work permit in England, despite his impressive performances at the U20 level for Brazil. A loan spell abroad looks fairly likely, with Vitesse Arnhem likely being the early favorite as far as a landing spot goes.
The 19-year old has made 40 appearances for Fluminense over the past three seasons, and has been capped for Brazil at both the U17 and U20 level. Here's a little look at what he can do with the ball at his feet: