Chelsea have agreed a deal for Augsburg left-back Baba Rahman, the German side have announced.
The Premier League champions, who lost 3-0 at Manchester City on Sunday, will sign the 21-year-old Ghanaian for an undisclosed fee.
Augsburg confirmed on their official website: "Augsburg and Chelsea have agreed on an immediate transfer of left-back Baba Rahman. Both clubs have agreed not to disclose the fee."
The German club's general manager Stefan Reuter said: "Baba Rahman has developed tremendously in his year with us and made a great leap. It's not just reward for his achievements, but also for our work, if international giants like Chelsea are interested in signing him."
Jose Mourinho has confirmed club medics Eva Carneiro and Jon Fearn will not be on Chelsea's bench at Man City this weekendRead the full story ›
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes football clubs are stronger when they demonstrate unity on the bench and on the field in the wake of friction at Chelsea.
Wenger spoke to the media on Friday morning, ahead of Arsenal's Sunday trip to Crystal Palace.
When asked for his thoughts on the relationship between a manager and medical staff, Wenger said:
It is a problem inside the club that if you are not united it is more difficult. It is the trust and unity that makes the strength.
You know you speak about that story at Chelsea. First of all I have not followed that as you know I do not have great interest about what is going on at Chelsea.
Secondly the rules are quite clear that when the referee gives an indication that the medical (staff) can come on, they come on. After that what happens specifically in the situation I don't know, but the rules are quite clear. It is the referee who makes the decision.
Jose Mourinho will today answer the critics for the first time since the controversy over Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro blew up.
The Blues' stuttering start to their Premier League title defence has paled in insignificance due to the incident towards the end of Saturday's 2-2 draw with Swansea.
Chelsea boss Mourinho was visibly infuriated to see head physiotherapist Jon Fearn and first-team doctor Carneiro run on to the field to give Eden Hazard treatment.
The Portuguese told the media afterwards that their "impulsive and naive" decision showed they did not "understand the game" and, since then, Press Association Sport has learned Carneiro's role at Chelsea is changing significantly.
While remaining as first-team doctor, she will no longer be involved in matches and training sessions - a situation Fearn is also reported to find himself in.
The move has led to widespread criticism, which Mourinho will face up to for the first time at 12.30pm on Friday as Chelsea have called a press conference to preview the trip to Manchester City.
Eva Carneiro could have grounds to launch claims for constructive dismissal and sex discrimination if her role is changed at ChelseaRead the full story ›
The Premier League Doctors' Group has expressed its concern over the ongoing situation with Chelsea medics Eva Carneiro and Jon FearnRead the full story ›
Former Liverpool head of science Peter Brukner says Jose Mourinho's behaviour towards Eva Carneiro has been "absolutely appalling"Read the full story ›
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho does not know whether Diego Costa will be fit to face Swansea on SundayRead the full story ›
Man United and Chelsea are both poised to make shock moves for defenders in the transfer marketRead the full story ›