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  1. 10. Eden Hazard

    Oh so after a few saves in pre-season Bulka is now starting quality at the age of 18?
  2. Thibaut Courtois

    Maybe, but buying Lazio's number one keeper this close to the season is a lot harder than buying PSG's second choice. PSG would survive with Buffon and Trapp as their keepers, but Lazio would have to get a replacement just like us in case Courtois is going. Been zero rumours of Strakosha moving anywhere so I don't think he's on the market.
  3. Thibaut Courtois

    Areola is a lot better than Cillessen tho.
  4. Matías Vecino

    Is this guy any better than Drinkwater or Bakayoko? I'm not so sure he is.
  5. 22. Willian

    Hurry up and accept before they change their mind.
  6. The Mourinho Thread

    José Mourinho on Anthony Martial: “He has the baby and after the baby is born - beautiful baby, full of health, thank god - he should be here and he is not here” Jürgen Klopp on Nathaniel Clyne: “We have exchanged messages and I've seen a picture. A little Clyney! The baby will keep him busy for a few days and then he will start training again, all good. There are more important things in life than football and babies are definitely one of them.“ The difference in man management skills of these two managers is incredible, no wonder Liverpool players give everything they have to their manager whereas Mourinho constantly has fires to put out after falling out with someone again.
  7. Christian Pulisic

    Yeah, agreed. Could still be well worth it, because Willian is not getting any younger and this summer is the last chance to really cash in on him. We're not going to win the league this year either way and have no CL football so there's really no better time to get a younger replacement with huge potential. Whether it be Pulisic, Bailey or Martial to replace him I don't really care but selling Willian is still the right move.
  8. 10. Eden Hazard

    Taking the captaincy, signing that new contract and committing to spending the prime years of his career at the club could well end up making Hazard a club legend right up there with the likes of Drogba, Lampard, JT etc. At the moment he's not even close to that status tho. Even if the likelihood of winning trophies is bigger at Real Madrid, he'd still be just one of the regular guys there but at Chelsea he can be a real club icon. If the man has any affection to the club that should at the very least make him consider it.
  9. Aleksandr Golovin

    http://www.sport-express.ru/football/rfpl/news/golovin-letit-v-monako-podrobnosti-transfera-1438791/ Says there he's going to Monaco, medicals and contract signing tomorrow. Not that surprised tbh.
  10. Pepe Reina

    Getting Areola would be fantastic at this point. And unless PSG have an option to extend his deal Areola only has a year left in his contract like Courtois. That would mean if Tibo, a way more proven world class keeper, goes for €35-40M then Areola should be €25-30M at most and even that's being generous. Only downside to Areola would be having to deal with Mino Raiola the cunt.
  11. Aleksandr Golovin

    Well they're still much better in that regard than Chelsea are, and Golovin would have a lot less competition for a starting place there. Coming from the Russian league to any of the European top leagues is always a huge step up in level and many before Golovin have failed to adapt, so he might be inclined to take the "easier" step now and if everything goes well, then in a year or two move somewhere else. And like I said Monaco have a history of allowing their players to do just that without much resistance so it wouldn't exactly be a bad choice for the player. And either way be it through excellent scouting or developing from their own academy, they've still had young players like Mbappe, B. Silva, Martial, Lemar, Mendy, Fabinho, Bakayoko, Carrasco, Saint-Maximin, Kondogbia and Kurzawa in their ranks during last few years alone. Which other club can claim to have had a hand in developing so many good young players in recent years?
  12. Aleksandr Golovin

    Maybe, but Monaco are still a good club with CL football to offer plus they have an undeniable record of developing young players and allowing the club to be used as a stepping stone to the elite teams. If I was in Golovin's shoes I'd give that a serious consideration. If he comes to Chelsea there's a much bigger risk of ending up on the bench and never making it big time.
  13. 22. Willian

    £55M rejected according to Sky Sports. Either Marina is really expecting to get more from Barca or she's waiting to see if a part exchange including Martial would be possible with Man Utd. Or Willy's not for sale at any price, which I don't believe for a second.
  14. Gianluigi Donnarumma

    Still he seems to be linked with Milan the most, so they see something they like in him. I think Morata could do well being back in Serie A again and still rate him enough to hope for a second chance at the club too, but if he's the one who must be gotten rid of in order to bring in a new keeper I'm all for it.
  15. Gianluigi Donnarumma

    If anything it would probably make a move more likely, because with European football coming up I'm guessing they'll now up their chase of Morata and that can be used as leverage if Chelsea were to want Donnarumma from them.