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Wishlist Nabil Fekir

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So Chelsea once again came to the party too late apparently, this has become the theme of our transfer business under Marina along with signing Everton level players. Anyway, another great signing for Liverpool if reports are to be believed. Fekir is an immense player.

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Should the reports be true... I hope we go for Malcom.... Much complete as a player while been explosive and devastating talent... 

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I honestly know next to nothing about this guy. 

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2 hours ago, Mufassir08 said:

So Chelsea once again came to the party too late apparently, this has become the theme of our transfer business under Marina along with signing Everton level players. Anyway, another great signing for Liverpool if reports are to be believed. Fekir is an immense player.

If it's true I would suspect it's because Liverpool look the better team, have a vision that's working and that they're play much more pleasing football. I think the style of football we play is an issue. Liverpool and City will be more desirable because of the style of football they play. It is that simple. 

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2 hours ago, eemanyooel said:

Should the reports be true... I hope we go for Malcom.... Much complete as a player while been explosive and devastating talent... 

Surprised so many want to go for an unknown in the French league instead of promoting Callum Hudson-Odoi and giving him a squad place behind Hazard, Willian and Pedro. I would understand if it were a more experienced, proven attacker, but the fact that Malcom is a couple years older than CHO shows why it wouldn't be a good choice. 

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27 minutes ago, It's too big said:

Surprised so many want to go for an unknown in the French league instead of promoting Callum Hudson-Odoi and giving him a squad place behind Hazard, Willian and Pedro. I would understand if it were a more experienced, proven attacker, but the fact that Malcom is a couple years older than CHO shows why it wouldn't be a good choice. 

I think Pedro should move on to let CHO come in and shine. That would leave Eden, Willian and CHO. That isn't enough to compete with the big boys on all levels, so bringing in Fekir would make perfect sense.

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Nabil Fekir is not unknown by any stretch of the imagination lol, he's one of the most talented young players in the world

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Chelsea have reportedly emerged as the new favourites to sign France international midfielder Nabil Fekir, according to L’Equipe.

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14 hours ago, the wes said:

 

My only issue is...where the hell did Klopp find time to meet with a potential transfer target! ahaha thats my only point of contention with these reports. I don't doubt liverpool are willing to pay the sum or that the player is interested. Sad times when Liverpool are willing to outspend Chelsea.

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1 hour ago, Special Juan said:

It will be a Zaha or Mahrez this summer.

Umm both would add quality to our squad.

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I have the feeling, based mostly on rumors and reports I must admit, that roman will not cheap out this summer but rather will try to add some real quality names (rather than the likes of zaha, drinkwater, carroll etc we've been hearing ... and buying)... According to the telegraph, we are looking at spend big this summer and that the club will sell a bunch of deadwood to do this:

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Abramovich is keen to spend big this summer, but is facing a shortfall between £50million and £70m if Chelsea fail to qualify for the Champions League and will have to sell players in order to satisfy Financial Fair Play rules.

The club’s loan army could pay dividends, with Chelsea comfortably able to raise over £100million if they sell off some of the players who have spent time elsewhere.

Despite the uncertainty over who will be Chelsea’s manager next season, with head coach Antonio Conte expected to leave, Abramovich is preparing to refresh the club’s squad following a difficult Premier League title defence.

Other than trying to strengthen the defence and midfield, Chelsea will attempt to boost their forward options and are having to consider the possibility of what to do if Real Madrid make a big offer for Eden Hazard.

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Chelsea still hope to convince Hazard to sign a new contract and stay at Stamford Bridge, but face an anxious wait to see if Real firm up their long-term interest with a serious offer.

But Abramovich can easily raise the money to make up a possible Champions League shortfall and satisfy Financial Fair Play without having to sell off any of Chelsea’s stars.

Borussia Dortmund are interested in signing Michy Batshuayi, who Chelsea value at around £50m, while Kurt Zouma and Kenedy would both command at least £20m each. The Blues would also expect to pocket up to £10m for individuals such as Marco van Ginkel, who has been at PSV Eindhoven, and Lucas Piazon, who is helping Fulham’s promotion bid.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Tammy Abraham will not be sold, but Danny Drinkwater could leave Chelsea just one year after his move from Leicester City. West Ham United are one of the clubs ready to pay £30m for the midfielder.

There are also doubts over the futures of David Luiz, who has been out injured after falling out with Conte, and Pedro Rodriguez, who has not been a regular starter this season.

Financial Fair Play rules have limited Abramovich to a net outlay of £119m since 2014, which places the club sixth in the list of the Premier League’s highest spenders and shows how their business model has changed.

Sources close to the Russian insist his commitment to ensuring Chelsea remain successful remains as strong as ever, but he is working under stricter parameters than Manchester City and United.

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4 hours ago, oldportblue said:

I have the feeling, based mostly on rumors and reports I must admit, that roman will not cheap out this summer but rather will try to add some real quality names (rather than the likes of zaha, drinkwater, carroll etc we've been hearing ... and buying)... According to the telegraph, we are looking at spend big this summer and that the club will sell a bunch of deadwood to do this:

That really is music to my ears because in the end of the day bar selling Hazard, that is exactly what we need to do in the summer. Sell the deadwood and aquire proper players in the right positions.

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On 5/8/2018 at 11:56 AM, DDA said:

I think Pedro should move on to let CHO come in and shine. That would leave Eden, Willian and CHO. That isn't enough to compete with the big boys on all levels, so bringing in Fekir would make perfect sense.

lol so much LOL

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