Chelsea are currently the most busiest club in the transfer market so far and have secured the signing of Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech and also Ben Chilwell but report claims the Blues are still hungry of more.
However, incoming Brazilian centre-back Thiago Silva took to social media on Wednesday to bid farewell to the Paris Saint-Germain fans ahead of his move to Chelsea this week.
Silva joined PSG in 2012 from AC Milan and went on to lead the French side to seven Ligue 1 titles in eight seasons, part of a total haul of 23 trophies during his time at Parc des Princes.
He is expected to join Chelsea as a free agent after PSG failed to offer him a new contract.
“The value of things is not in the time that they last, but in the intensity with which they occur. That is why there are unforgettable moments, inexplicable things and incomparable people,” wrote the centre-back, using Pessoa’s famous phrase.
“Today a cycle is ended, after eight years at PSG, I would like to thank my team-mates, the entire coaching staff and board, the fans, my family, God and my friends, for all of the happy years we have spent in the City of Light.
“Here, together with my wife, we have enjoyed unforgettable moments, our children grew up, we became French citizens, and we will carry forever in our hearts these years lived in France. Thank you so much.”