Swansea forward Fernando Llorente is set to join Premier League Champions Chelsea tomorrow morning, according to AS.

Chelsea have been linked with the forward for some time now, the interest goes back as far as January however the deal looks likely to go through on deadline day.

It has been reported that Swansea have lowered their stance on selling the forward, and that an agreement has been reached for Llorente, believed to be worth in the region of £14 million.

Chelsea held talks with Swansea late last night, and now a fee has been agreed, all that needs to be done now is a medical and to finalise personal terms.

Swansea have already signed Chelsea youngster Tammy Abraham which could have sweetened the deal.

This comes after the Welsh side have sold star man Gylfi Sigurdsson to Everton for a club-record fee.

Chelsea will be hoping for some positive news, after news broke last night that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has rejected Chelsea, and wants a move to Liverpool, as he wasn’t prepared to play in his unfavoured role of right wing-back at Stamford Bridge.

Another deal for Chelsea which could go through is Danny Drinkwater, who handed in a transfer request last night, to try and push a deal to join the London side.

That deal could see him join up with his former team-mate at Leicester, N’Golo Kante.