Chelsea star set to leave club on loan

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Stoke are on the verge of signing Kurt Zouma after the Chelsea ace was spotted at the club’s Clayton Wood training ground.

Potters boss Mark Hughes revealed last week that he was ‘very hopeful’ of fighting off competition and signing the Frenchman on a season-long loan.

And it appears it is more or less a done deal as the player undergoes his medical ahead of a move away from Chelsea.

One eagle-eyed snapper spotted the 22-year-old walking across the car park wearing Stoke’s new training kit.

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Stoke aren’t expected to announce the deal today but are reportedly waiting for the defender to pen a new long-term Chelsea contract before making the loan move official, according to the Sun.

And the Potters are willing to splash out £7million just to take the player on loan with the club willing to pay his wages in full.

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