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  1. Alex Sandro

    If he asked to stay, it's strange he hasn't signed a new contract. The CEO is saying what he has too. It will be unlikely we get him this summer anyway. I read something a few weeks ago a close friend to Sandro said he would like the move to Chelsea, but wouldn't force the move away this summer out of respect for Juventus. Of course things can change in the next week or two, so unless we pay a ridiculous fee and wages that tempts Sandro and Juve, I think we should focus on filling the gap until next summer.
  2. Grzegorz Krychowiak

    I don't believe we were seriously interested in him. L'equipe are full of shit
  3. Danny Drinkwater

    Matuidi is ramires mark 2, and he isn't homegrown, partnered our best central midfielder in a title winning season, and isn't a premier league player who garners a larger fee.
  4. Alex Sandro

    I don't understand people stating we should move on. Negotiations won't be happening solely for Sandro, we will be looking at other targets too. However, Sandro seems to be our no.1 target and that's the reason we aren't going to just sign any other LB if we can force Sandro/Juve's hand/s. It's all well and good saying going after others, but unless they're going to be good enough to start ahead of Alonso we're only spending money on a LB on Alonso's level.
  5. Fabinho

    We can't keep signing foreign players, we don't have enough home grown. Why do you think we're targeting English players?
  6. Danny Drinkwater

    You could say the same about any key player getting injured for any club.
  7. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

    It would be great to get him, but let's not get confident. Arsenal could easily not let him go, then this means nothing.
  8. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

    You can't always get deals done super quickly though, negotiating can take a few days to weeks.
  9. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

    No idea, but isn't Simon Johnson supposed to be reliable for Chelsea news? If so, I don't see why his colleague wouldn't be just as reliable. Not idea though.
  10. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

    it's not really though. £35m for a young player of his abilities and qualities is actually a steal. Clubs have to pay more now, no matter what. Sanchez would probably still go for 50m+ despite having one year left.
  11. 19. Diego Costa

    Growing bored of these multimillionaire adult babies crying and whining. Only in the sport of football is there this pathetic bubble that players are in. So tedious to even debate it because it's absolutely pathetic when considering everything else going on the world.
  12. Serge Aurier

    If a player wants to go to another club then nothing we can do about it. Utd and City can pay a lot more in wages and have Pep/Jose (utd also have Pogba another frenchman) which are all pulls.
  13. Serge Aurier

    Until it's reported by a legit source (bbc, romano, boufasi, etc) i don't believe it. Never heard of that fella. twitter is full of wannabe journos.
  14. Danny Rose

    Utd have Shaw and Darmian? If Rose wanted first team football then he would likely get it at Chelsea. Either that or Shaw leaves Utd and comes to Chelsea. I think both players are too good to sit on the bench.
  15. The Conte Thread

    Yeah because waiting to integrate Bakayoko is a smart idea. Then what? The same people will moan and whine how Matic is useless and would quickly want Bakayoko to take his first team place, leaving Matic sat on the bench pining for a move because he's no longer in the first team. Matic wanted to move, it was obvious from being left out of pre-season with us, and he wasn't willing to sit on the bench. We are not going to keep an unsettled player for the sake of just keeping him around, it will cause unrest.