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Madmax

Rumoured Paul Pogba

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Also pretty sure he mentioned a while back that if Bale went for £85m, then Pogba is worth the same.

Not a chance with this one.

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Also pretty sure he mentioned a while back that if Bale went for £85m, then Pogba is worth the same.

Not a chance with this one.

I think a 40m euros bid will make them think.

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I think a 40m euros bid will make them think.

Yeah but it won't make him think. Why would he leave? He's very happy there. he loves the manager who has put all his trust in him, he plays almost every single game, he has a chance to win everything, and he's become vital to his team that play a system and style of football that suite him. Why in the world would he want to change that?

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Yeah but it won't make him think. Why would he leave? He's very happy there. he loves the manager who has put all his trust in him, he plays almost every single game, he has a chance to win everything, and he's become vital to his team that play a system and style of football that suite him. Why in the world would he want to change that?

1. Better money.

2. Better league.

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1. Better money.

2. Better league.

Juve can match almost anything we offer him unless it's something ridiculous like 200k per week. And the Serie A may not be on the same level as the EPL in terms of importance, but it's not the Ligue 1 either. The Serie A is still one of the most watched leagues in the world with quite a lot of quality. I honestly rate it higher than La Liga where you only have 3 quality teams while in Serie A you have 6-7 teams who can beat any PL team on their day (just like you have 6-7 PL teams who can beat any Serie A team on their day). Of course that is debatable but what isn't is that Serie A is one of the biggest 4 leagues in Europe.

Plus, Juve are a bigger team relative to their league than we are relative to ours.

Be honest, if you were in his shoes, would you move from Juve right now?

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Juve can match almost anything we offer him unless it's something ridiculous like 200k per week. And the Serie A may not be on the same level as the EPL in terms of importance, but it's not the Ligue 1 either. The Serie A is still one of the most watched leagues in the world with quite a lot of quality. I honestly rate it higher than La Liga where you only have 3 quality teams while in Serie A you have 6-7 teams who can beat any PL team on their day (just like you have 6-7 PL teams who can beat any Serie A team on their day). Of course that is debatable but what isn't is that Serie A is one of the biggest 4 leagues in Europe.

Plus, Juve are a bigger team relative to their league than we are relative to ours.

Be honest, if you were in his shoes, would you move from Juve right now?

Pogba ain't leaving Juve...we should be talking about more 'realistic' targets.

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Juve can match almost anything we offer him unless it's something ridiculous like 200k per week. And the Serie A may not be on the same level as the EPL in terms of importance, but it's not the Ligue 1 either. The Serie A is still one of the most watched leagues in the world with quite a lot of quality. I honestly rate it higher than La Liga where you only have 3 quality teams while in Serie A you have 6-7 teams who can beat any PL team on their day (just like you have 6-7 PL teams who can beat any Serie A team on their day). Of course that is debatable but what isn't is that Serie A is one of the biggest 4 leagues in Europe.

Plus, Juve are a bigger team relative to their league than we are relative to ours.

Be honest, if you were in his shoes, would you move from Juve right now?

But we are talking about a situation that Juventus agrees to sell him to Chelsea, arent we?

If his club agree to sell him, and to a team with such bright future like Chelsea, with Jose in charge, with a bit more money and in a better and alot more popular and "shiny" league, i think every player could be ok with that and say 'Yes' for that possibility, even if he's playing in Juventus. Seria A is obviously one of the best 4 leagus in the world, but the gap is so big in every department between it and the PL (not necessity in football but in everything else). How many big superstars playing in Italy this days? not many.

I dont know if Juventus we'll say 'yes' to any offer, but i dont think Pogba will be so sad with it. I dont know him though...

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Right...let's buy another young midfielder and then people will later complain, as always, as to why other players of the same ilk aren't getting enough playing time or why we are not giving chances to youth players...

Think it's about time that we actually stop stocking the squad with so many young players. We need players who are already relatively experienced, approaching their peak or at their peak to come in and replace some older players in our squad. Persisting with buying young players is gonna give us problems in the long run. There needs to be a balance of experience and youth in the team..

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Right...let's buy another young midfielder and then people will later complain, as always, as to why other players of the same ilk aren't getting enough playing time or why we are not giving chances to youth players...

Think it's about time that we actually stop stocking the squad with so many young players. We need players who are already relatively experienced, approaching their peak or at their peak to come in and replace some older players in our squad. Persisting with buying young players is gonna give us problems in the long run. There needs to be a balance of experience and youth in the team..

Pogba would be a nailed on started for us, forget his youth. I wouldn't classify him as a young player either - he'd surely command a fee of around £30m. It'd be similar to the Hazard signing.

It isn't stockpiling on youth at all. Like it isn't a MVG signing.

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Isn't Pogba not more or less a box to box player? Perhaps he has an all round skillset but hes not exactly someone who controls the tempo of a match. At Juventus Pirlo does the sort of stuff we need in a midfielder; he controls the tempo of the match. Vidal, Marchisio and Pogba are the legs in midfield, they do all the running, tackling.. sure they contribute in possession and score goals etc but they aren't the regista, or 'architect' of the team as Pirlo is known as.

He'd suit United more than us. Pogba and Carrick would be a great partnership.

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Pogba would be a nailed on started for us, forget his youth. I wouldn't classify him as a young player either - he'd surely command a fee of around £30m. It'd be similar to the Hazard signing.

It isn't stockpiling on youth at all. Like it isn't a MVG signing.

Doesn't matter if he's a Hazard or MvG like signing, the fact is he remains another youth player that we'll be stockpiling into the team if we buy him.

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But we are talking about a situation that Juventus agrees to sell him to Chelsea, arent we?

If his club agree to sell him, and to a team with such bright future like Chelsea, with Jose in charge, with a bit more money and in a better and alot more popular and "shiny" league, i think every player could be ok with that and say 'Yes' for that possibility, even if he's playing in Juventus. Seria A is obviously one of the best 4 leagus in the world, but the gap is so big in every department between it and the PL (not necessity in football but in everything else). How many big superstars playing in Italy this days? not many.

I dont know if Juventus we'll say 'yes' to any offer, but i dont think Pogba will be so sad with it. I dont know him though...

I'm convinced that Juve won't sell unless they have to, meaning if the player wants to leave. I'm not disagreeing with any of what you're saying, but I feel that might happen in 2-3 years, not now. He's just became a nailed on starter for Juve, his experience there is not done just yet.

Right...let's buy another young midfielder and then people will later complain, as always, as to why other players of the same ilk aren't getting enough playing time or why we are not giving chances to youth players...

Think it's about time that we actually stop stocking the squad with so many young players. We need players who are already relatively experienced, approaching their peak or at their peak to come in and replace some older players in our squad. Persisting with buying young players is gonna give us problems in the long run. There needs to be a balance of experience and youth in the team..

While I agree with the idea, it does not apply to Pogba. Paul is better than the vast majority of the players who are already in their peak. His technical ability is flawless, his physical attributes, especially his work-rate, are phenomenal, and his tactical awareness is way ahead of his age and he's even been Juve's "big game player" on several occasions. He's already an experienced player who has played big matches in the CL league and cup with his club and important qualifier matches with his NT. Pogba is a truly remarkable player.

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Pogba would be a nailed on started for us, forget his youth. I wouldn't classify him as a young player either - he'd surely command a fee of around £30m. It'd be similar to the Hazard signing.

It isn't stockpiling on youth at all. Like it isn't a MVG signing.

Even if Pogba was a starter at Chelsea, he wouldn't solve our midfield problems.

We would still lack someone capable of sitting back and controlling the tempo of the match.

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It would be amazing to think that we'd spend millions of pounds on buying a player who was one of the two stand out players in the FA Youth Cup in 2011....when we have the other one already in our ranks. It would actually beggar belief that we would not give Nat Chalobah a chance and instead buy this guy.

That doesn't mean that I don't like him as a player because I do, but he left United because he wasn't given a chance and then proved himself.

Why don't we just go full retard and let Chalobah leave, then sign him back for a about £10-£15 million in a couple of years' time?

Juve can match almost anything we offer him unless it's something ridiculous like 200k per week. And the Serie A may not be on the same level as the EPL in terms of importance, but it's not the Ligue 1 either. The Serie A is still one of the most watched leagues in the world with quite a lot of quality. I honestly rate it higher than La Liga where you only have 3 quality teams while in Serie A you have 6-7 teams who can beat any PL team on their day (just like you have 6-7 PL teams who can beat any Serie A team on their day). Of course that is debatable but what isn't is that Serie A is one of the biggest 4 leagues in Europe.

Plus, Juve are a bigger team relative to their league than we are relative to ours.

Be honest, if you were in his shoes, would you move from Juve right now?

Only a Juventus fan would think that we aren't a better proposition for a young player with his talents.

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If we can't get gundogan, and pogba is available for 20-25mil its honestly a no-brainer.

He has high experience champs lge, winning titles, and is basically a young yaya toure. (I can't find any other player this similar to yaya)

He is very good on the ball,(he's not raw) he has very good vision and pass technique. He can spray long passes and he is strong and fast. (Perfect dm qualities we are looking for)

He can score goals from distance, and it will piss of manutd fans if we get him.

Pls with all this reasons, I don't know why anyone will object to this signing.

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Pls with all this reasons, I don't know why anyone will object to this signing.

To me it just seems like not long ago, Pogba was a player with a ton of potential and physical tools. In Loftus-Cheek and Chalobah we have exactly those same types of player.

What the fuck is the point in an academy if we're just going to ignore these players and sign players who were given a chance by a fairly big European side?

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He is very good on the ball,(he's not raw) he has very good vision and pass technique. He can spray long passes and he is strong and fast. (Perfect dm qualities we are looking for)

He can score goals from distance

By the way I'd say all of that about Chalobah. The guy just needs a fucking chance but that's just not the Chelsea way anymore is it.

Let's just throw money at it. Who gives a fuck whether we actually develop players that the average supporter can feel some type of connection with, who they can watch develop through the ranks and feel like one of 'us'.

Ha ha...look at all those mugs who turn up to youth team games with the naive thought that the kids working their bollocks off for a chance might actually get one. Chalobah's even got one of them there funny foreign sounding names but that's not enough. We can't take a chance with the kids...they have to be proven players who guarantee us wins. Soulless, plastic commodities for soulless plastic....well, you get the idea.

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