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Chelsea have reportedly agreed a transfer fee with Southampton for goalie Eddie Beach.

Several clubs were also chasing the 18-year-old, but the Blues beat the competition to sign him, Football London reported.

Elsewhere, Inter Milan are reportedly planning to buy both Romelu Lukaku to link with Paulo Dybala and spearhead a devastating attack next season.

That’s according to Italian sports journalist Alfredo Pedulla.

He said: “Inter are working hard to close both operations and to deliver Simone Inzaghi an atomic attack.

“Let’s wait for the signatures, the details, the updates, let’s put the caution that is always needed, but this is the main road.”

And, Inter Milan will increase their initial loan offer for Romelu Lukaku, reports claim.

That’s according to transfer journalist Gianluca Di Marzio.

He said: “The Nerazzurri will increase their offer from the initial €5m.

“It seems Chelsea’s request could be around €15 million for the loan, to allow him to wear the Inter shirt again.”

Finally, Chelsea’s sponsorship with Three has been resumed, the telecommunications company revealed.

Three planned to end the deal after Russia invaded Ukraine as the club’s owner Roman Abramovich was in control of the club.

But it will be business as usual between 3 and Chelsea after Abramovich sold the Blues to Todd Boehly.

A statement from Three read: “Following the sale of Chelsea Football Club we are pleased to confirm that Three are restarting their marketing activities with immediate effect.

“As a result of UK Government sanctions imposed on Chelsea FC’s previous ownership in March, our official shirt partner Three decided to pause their marketing activities with the Club until the impact of the sanctions on the Club ended.”

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