The 25-year-old Italian right-back had earlier agreed a £23m transfer, as reported by Sky Sports, which will see him reunite with former Italian national team manager Antonio Conte.
The newspaper says the 25-year-old is en route to London with his lawyer Luca Pastore to undergo his medical and sign a four-year contract worth £45,000-a-week after tax.
However, the Blues have been swift to move on from the English global and have agreed a fee in the region of €25m for the services of Torino right-back Davide Zappacosta, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport with only hours left before the end of the transfer window.
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However, Torino insisted Chelsea would need to pay a staggering £92m to trigger the strikers release clause, which was seemingly not in the Blues' plans to do so.
It is no secret that Zappacosta will not have been Chelsea's first choice wing back to sign this summer.
Zappacosta joins Alonso and Antonio Rudiger as defenders to have traded Serie A for Stamford Bridge in recent times.
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They said "Torino have surrendered to Chelsea" and allowed Davide Zappacosta to leave the club and join them.
That's after the Blues missed out on signing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain from Arsenal; he moved to Liverpool on Thursday despite the Blues agreeing a fee with Arsenal, per BBC Sport. "I hope I can show my quality to the coach, my teammates and the supporters".
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