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BlueLion.

Oscar

Started by BlueLion.,

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Teixeira is crazy to move to this clown league and he's already regretting it seems (he said today that he actually  wanted a EPL move very badly). 
Oscar is smart to reject the offer and maybe Allegri is really coming in and blocked this move as he is a big fan of Oscar.  

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Chelsea rejected Oscar offer from China's Jiangsu Suning

Chelsea rejected an offer of £58 million from Chinese Super League club Jiangsu Suning for Brazilian playmaker Oscar, the player's agent has confirmed to ESPN Brasil.http://www.espnfc.us/story/2801380/chelsea-rejected-jiangsu-suning-bid-for-oscar

 

58 million pounds and we turn it down? :o

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55 minutes ago, Fernando said:

Chelsea rejected Oscar offer from China's Jiangsu Suning

Chelsea rejected an offer of £58 million from Chinese Super League club Jiangsu Suning for Brazilian playmaker Oscar, the player's agent has confirmed to ESPN Brasil.http://www.espnfc.us/story/2801380/chelsea-rejected-jiangsu-suning-bid-for-oscar

 

58 million pounds and we turn it down? :o

Probably Oscar doesn't want to move there, would be dumb if he head there when Allegri is our next manager and he is big fan of Oscar.

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Why ? Chinese proverb explains all....

有錢能使鬼推磨 (pinyin: yǒu qián néng shǐ guǐ tuī mò) 

Literally: If you have money you can make the devil push your grind stone. 

Note: English equivalent: 

When money talks, bullshit walks.

 

 

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The Chinese league will crash and burn exactly like it did in the States in the 70's. If Oscar did go he'd make a fortune but what then?. The standard of football is about Scottish second division and if he came back after three years he'd never play for a top European team again.

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1 hour ago, Fulham Broadway said:

Well the chinese window still open, they might up the offer :D

On the positive, Gus seems to be getting better out of him. Hes also 24, when Frank was the same age it was his second season, and loads wanted him gone...

True point, the age is the only reason why I always wanted to keep him. Hoping he would improve.

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1 hour ago, Fulham Broadway said:

Why ? Chinese proverb explains all....

有錢能使鬼推磨 (pinyin: yǒu qián néng shǐ guǐ tuī mò) 

Literally: If you have money you can make the devil push your grind stone. 

Note: English equivalent: 

When money talks, bullshit walks.

 

 

I much prefer the former, it is more profound. Thanks for sharing.

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As someone pointed out, the player has to agree to the terms, they aren't club possession literally that are just pushed away when the board pleases.

Oscar would never play in China at this point of his career. He and Ramires are in completely different stages of their career.

I'm fed up with his lack of development, with his more often than ever poor displays, but I don't mind if we keep him as a squad player. I don't know if he'll accept that, but I'm positive he won't go anywhere that isn't one of the five big leagues in Europe. Which big teams in those leagues would pay good money for Oscar? His only good option continue to be Juventus

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7 hours ago, Jason said:

Has anyone realized that if we get Allegri, Oscar will probably remain with the club...?

Have YOU realized that no matter who our next manager is Oscar will probably remain at the club for at least another season? 

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3 minutes ago, CHOULO19 said:

Have YOU realized that no matter who our next manager is Oscar will probably remain at the club for at least another season? 

More chances of him staying with Allegri around than with other manager.

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1 minute ago, Jason said:

More chances of him staying with Allegri around than with other manager.

True, but it's not like he's on the verge of leaving at the moment. 

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3 minutes ago, CHOULO19 said:

True, but it's not like he's on the verge of leaving at the moment. 

Most of our players aren't exactly on the verge of leaving either but some of them will likely get sold.

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2 minutes ago, Jason said:

Most of our players aren't exactly on the verge of leaving either but some of them will likely get sold.

Oscar is not a member of that 'some'. He's probably with Thibaut, Azpi, Willian and Iva as the most unlikely to be sold anytime soon. 

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10 minutes ago, CHOULO19 said:

True, but it's not like he's on the verge of leaving at the moment. 

Oscar sounds like that kind of player that will stay in the club for years and years, while everybody keep saying how bad they are and that they must be sold next transfer window, like Kalou and Mikel. 

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2 minutes ago, CHOULO19 said:

Oscar is not a member of that 'some'. He's probably with Thibaut, Azpi, Willian and Iva as the most unlikely to be sold anytime soon. 

I'm not so sure about that. If there's a decent offer from some European club for him, I don't think we'll hesitate to sell him because right now, Oscar falls under the 'Dead Wood' category.

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