Real Madrid defender Danilo is closing in on a move to Chelsea where he will compete for a spot in Antonio Conte's starting line-up.
The Brazil international will leave the Bernabeu aiming to bounce back from a difficult two-year spell in Spain.
Danilo has spent the majority of his time at the club playing second fiddle to Dani Carvajal, though has helped them win consecutive Champions League titles.
Conte wants more reinforcements at Chelsea as the Blues aim to become the first team since Manchester United in 2009 to retain England's biggest trophy.
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Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane feels Danilo has betrayed him by pushing for a Chelsea transfer
However, Spanish outlet Don Balon claim Zidane is less than impressed about the defender's impending move to Stamford Bridge.
The Frenchman regularly launched a staunch defence of the player last term despite his performances leaving plenty to be desired.
And he feels that, in negotiating a move away from Real without his permission, Danilo has betrayed him.
Real Madrid defender Danilo looks set to join Chelsea
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Chelsea target Danilo helped Real Madrid retain the Champions League last season
It also means that Real will now have to sign a right-back – something they were not counting on.
Their top target is Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea and the prospect of signing ANOTHER player will represent more work for club president Florentino Perez.
Should Danilo's move to Chelsea fall through, Zidane will consequently sell him because there is no way back for him at Madrid now.