Chelsea have seen off challenge from Manchester United to sign promising winger Edwin Andersson despite the closure of the transfer window.

The 16-year-old is a developing talenf and his previous club IFK Gothenburg affirmed his switch.

Chelsea had an agreement set up before the window shut and the club he is coming from, IFK Gothenburg manager, Jonas Olsson conceded selling Andersson was a major misfortune to his side.
Andersson turns 17 one month from now and had a preliminary with United year and a half ago before Chelsea inevitably swooped him.
The teen becomes Frank Lampard's subsequent signing, in spite of the fact that the Chelsea manager is yet to add to his senior squad.
Chelsea's just other signing in January was Bryan Fiabema, who will likewise go straight into the Blues' academy.
Lampard has regulated an emotional change in youth strategy since he assumed responsibility the previous summer, with a large group of Chelsea's youth stars graduating to become regulars in the senior squad.
Mason Mount, Tammy Abraham, Reece James and Fikayo Tomori are only a couple of the youthful firearms in Lampard's side.
In any case, Lampard was left disappointed by the January window as Chelsea neglected to sign the targets he had listed.
The Chelsea manager freely communicated his disappointment, however the club are resolved to back their manager in the mid year.
Source: Metro UK