Chelsea has unveiled and announced a new signing of goalkeeper Robert Sanchez from Brighton and Hove Albion, MySportDab reports.
The new goalkeeper is coming in to give Kepa Arrizabalaga competition with Edouard Mendy already left for Saudi Arabia.
Robert Sanchez put pen to paper on a long-term contract which is expected to see him stay at Stamford Bridge.
The move was made after internal talks between Mauricio Pochettino and those at Chelsea on bringing in a other goalkeeper.
The deal was fast tracked as they want to ensure a move happen immediately without any having to face competition.
Chelsea reached an agreement that will see them pay £20 million plus additional £5 million to Brighton and Hove Albion.
The goalkeeper was also crucial in making the deal happen as he was quick to accept the personal terms offered to him.
Medical are already done as the goalkeeper put pen to paper on his contract with the London side.
Chelsea announced and unveiled Robert Sanchez via their official website and social media confirmed him as their new goalkeeper.
The contract for Robert Sanchez is seven years which will also see them be extending or let him leave.
The move will see more competition for the number one position between two goalkeepers from Spain.
The Blues earlier announced the signing of defender Axel Disasi who completes a move from Monaco.
They have been doing everything to build their team after a successful preseason tour which saw them coming out unbeaten in give games played.
Robert Sanchez is the new addition to Chelsea goalkeeper option as they prepare to kickoff the new season under Mauricio Pochettino.