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  1. Raphael Guerreiro

    I definitely would. Pulisic is a very good young player, and Guerreiro looks like a quality left-back, who can also play in midfield
  2. Thiago Alcantara

    Is there harm in putting a cheeky bid in? Hard to convince Bayern to sell, but what a signing he would be, to a potentially, long-term replacement for Cesc Fabregas.
  3. Raphael Guerreiro

    https://www.whoscored.com/Players/115375/Show/Raphael-Guerreiro Very good young player, ad might be a realistic target. Thoughts on him as a LWB?
  4. Jose Gimenez

    https://www.whoscored.com/Players/135914/Show/José-Giménez Really impressed me when they came to Stamford Bridge in UCL. With a £56M release clause. Could he be a brilliant signing for us?
  5. Alex Sandro

    As usual, conflicting stories from different news outlets. So fed up of the "What If's", lets just put a proper bid in. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/chelsea-looking-seal-stunning-50m-11785928.amp http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/transfers/manchester-united-transfer-news-chelsea-alex-sandro-jose-mourinho-shortlist-antonio-conte-a8139746.html?amp
  6. Arturo Vidal

    I'm still nervous about a player who is turning 31 next season. Fantastic footballer but, despite the better longevity of many footballers, how long can he remain at the very top of the game for?
  7. Arturo Vidal

    An unbelievable player, who I'd have loved us to sign 3-4 years ago. Still would offer a hell of a lot now, but how many years at the top has he got left in him?
  8. Alex Sandro

    Supposedly they still wont sell for less than £60M. Really starting to think we should go for Grimaldo now. Benfica probably more willing to sell, Sandro has been off form, and Grimaldo is much younger, so could be a mainstay for years. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2751218-manchester-city-transfer-news-juventus-reportedly-set-alex-sandro-asking-price
  9. Ross Barkley

    As the transfer window is fast approaching, this one is going to be a saga once again. For me, he would add much more dynamism to our midfield than what we currently have. Let's hope our board can finally get a deal done when there's a chase for a signature!
  10. Kalidou Koulibaly

    With VVD now gone, could this guy be the answer? Obviously Napoli are a nightmare to negotiate with, but as a player, would Koulibaly be an upgrade on our back 3?
  11. Marco Verratti

    I'll second that, would love him here. About to hit his peak years, and what a player on his day. Has Cesc's similar vision, but so much more better dribbling ability, and defensive awareness that Cesc has rarely showed.The only issue with him is his tendency to foul players, but that would be ironed out. I doubt PSG would want to sell, but Verratti, like Sandro, has been off form this season, so there might be a glimmer of hope there.
  12. Marquinhos

    Has impressed me every time I've seen him. We are stocked in terms of the numbers of CB's, but world class quality in that position is sorely lacking. Having said, this one would surely be too good to be true.
  13. Leonardo Bonucci

    Thoughts? https://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/668813/Chelsea-Man-City-AC-Milan-Leonardo-Bonucci-Antonio-Conte-Premier-League-Juventus http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/bonucci-eyes-milan-exit/1pr1p8vdxfun11l4bzvniq0nqj
  14. Alex Sandro

    Who would TC members prefer out of Sandro or Grimaldo? Sandro is more established, but Grimaldo could be an outstanding, long-term investment.
  15. Jan Oblak

    Should definitely try and sign this guy if Courtois goes. I've said on these forums before that I like Donnarumma, and I would still be delighted with him, but this guy is clearly more established at the top of the game.