Chelsea have reportedly agreed terms with Brazilian side Fluminense for the transfer of their teenage striker Kenedy this summer.
The 19-year-old, who is being dubbed as the "next Neymar", has managed to attract the attention of a lot of clubs including Barcelona, Juventus, AC Milan, Manchester United and Chelsea with his impressive performances this season.
However, according to Brazilian publication Globoesporte, Chelsea have won the race to sign Kenedy and the Brazilian will be joining Stamford Bridge for a reported transfer fee of £5.8 million.
It is believed that Kenedy's agent Giuliano Bertolucci, who is also representative of Oscar, Ramires and Willian, had a big hand in engineering his client's move to Stamford Bridge.
Fluminense will only be getting half of the transfer fees paid by Chelsea for Kenedy due to the player also being owned by BMG bank and his other agent Evandro Ferreira.
Meanwhile, Chelsea striker Diego Costa is expected to return to full fitness ahead of his side's London derby clash against Arsenal on 26 April.
The Spain striker, who was pulled out of Spain's international games against Ukraine and Holland after he had suffered a strain on his left hamstring during Blues' win at Hull City on 22 March, was given the green light by the Chelsea medical staff to play against Stoke City last weekend.
But the Spain striker, who was brought in as a substitute in the second half during the Blues clash against the Potters, lasted for only 11 minutes as he sustained another hamstring strain.
Costa, who is facing around two weeks on the sidelines, is certain to miss the Blues' Premier League clash against Queens Park Rangers and Manchester United, but he is most likely to be fit for his side's derby clash against Arsenal on 26 April.
According to the Mirror, Costa will be getting intensive massages and working on his physical strength this week after being advised not to do any ball work.
After that the Brazil-born striker is scheduled to see a muscle specialist (recommended by Chelsea's medical staff) before he is given the green light to step up his rehabilitation and normal training.