Chelsea – Schurrle’s move to Germany edging closer

Oliver Baines Football 1 Comment

German starlet, Adnre Schurrle is nearing his exit from Stamford Bridge after Chelsea and Wolfsburg have agreed a fee for the World Cup winner. It has been revealed that Schurrle has also agreed personal terms with the German outfit and it would appear that the former Leverkusen star is about to depart London.

Wolfsburg are currently second in the Bundesliga and Schurrle would like to join the 2009 champions after growing frustrated with a lack of regular playing time at Stamford Bridge.

Meanwhile, Chelsea are linked with Colombian winger, Juan Cuadrado who is set to cost around £25m according to Sky Sports is nearing his move to Stamford Bridge with the view that Schurrle’s deal will help fund the move for the Colombian.

A sad end to Andrew Schurrle who has started just five games and made nine substitute appearances in Chelsea’s 22 league matches this season, scoring three goals in the process.

A player of real quality, he deserves first team football.

By Oliver Baines | January 30th, 2015





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