Torino And Chelsea Hold Talks Over Permanent Signing Of N4.1B Rated Super Eagles StarPublished: December 21, 2018
Torino and Chelsea are set to hold talks over the permanent transfer of Nigeria international Ola Aina.
A report from Calciomercato states that a meeting between the Torino executives and their Chelsea counterparts has been scheduled in the coming few days and the main topic of discussion will be Ola Aina.
Torino signed Aina on loan in August 2018, with a purchase option inserted into the agreement between both clubs.
In the event that The Maroons decide to exercise the aforementioned option, they will have to cough up ten million euros (approximately N4.1 billion).
A permanent transfer of the defender to Torino is thought to be inevitable as he has impressed since his arrival in Italy, making 15 appearances in all competitions.
Ola Aina's contract with Chelsea has two and a half years remaining on it.
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