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Unionjack

rumoured Emerson Palmieri

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Can't imagine us loaning Kenedy and selling Baba unless we're absolutely sure we're getting a LWB. Keep calm and wait.

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3 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

Nothing from Di Marzio, nothing on the likes of BBC.....

Far too easy to start mouths moving.

and, as of now, nobody reliable.

 

Although it is easy to get suspicious and lose confidence of it happening

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Don't speak Italian. The article hasn't been translated yet but saw the names of Kurzawa and.. Giroud and it was enough for me. Not looking good.

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Sthe meetings in London between the agents of Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri and the intermediaries to find all the agreements involving Romeand Chelsea continued todayin a grueling negotiation. We proceed in an attempt to close the operation, but today's day was still nothing decisive, while tomorrow may be the day from inside or outside. In fact, the Chelsea will not wait indefinitely that the Blues have also moved to Layvin Kurzawa of the PSG for the role of left-back, in addition to having then borrowed Olivier Giroud all'Arsenal, who would have said no to this transfer formula. Chelsea, Rome, agents and intermediaries, however, still work to clear the distances on the demands of Edin Dzeko and on demand-offer between the two clubs. For a non-stop negotiation, which will see tomorrow the possible decisive day.

From DiMarzio's website

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3 minutes ago, AK-3001 said:

Sthe meetings in London between the agents of Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri and the intermediaries to find all the agreements involving Romeand Chelsea continued todayin a grueling negotiation. We proceed in an attempt to close the operation, but today's day was still nothing decisive, while tomorrow may be the day from inside or outside. In fact, the Chelsea will not wait indefinitely that the Blues have also moved to Layvin Kurzawa of the PSG for the role of left-back, in addition to having then borrowed Olivier Giroud all'Arsenal, who would have said no to this transfer formula. Chelsea, Rome, agents and intermediaries, however, still work to clear the distances on the demands of Edin Dzeko and on demand-offer between the two clubs. For a non-stop negotiation, which will see tomorrow the possible decisive day.

From DiMarzio's website

Giroud ffs alonso quicker than him that's saying something just buy celtic dembele has a back up striker 

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6 minutes ago, Pizy said:

I'd take Giroud in a second but no chance Arse would sell him to us.

Me too but according to the article, we want him on loan :lol: and Arsenal don't want to loan him out.

English translation - http://gianlucadimarzio.com/en/roma-chelsea-tomorrow-could-be-the-decisive-day-for-dzeko-and-emerson-palmieri-deal

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30 minutes ago, It's too big said:

How good is Kurzawa? 

He's great, but clearly unattainable. If the club lets the Emerson deal fall through to pursue Kurzawa, it would be no less than madness.

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1 hour ago, Azpinator said:

 

Mystery solved, eh?

I'm sure he hasn't seen enough to judge him properly because if he had, he wouldn't think he's anywhere near great. Most PSG fans I know don't rate him. but somehow fans of other teams think he's a very good player. Probably because of the odd goal here and there. I think it's a bit similar to the situation with Marcos Alonso. Chelsea fans know he's only decent and should be upgraded, but the rest of the football community view him as one of the best left backs in the PL.

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So, we've spent the last week trying to sign Palmieri from Roma to suddenly wanting Kurzawa from PSG with only a few days of the transfer window remaining?

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4 hours ago, AK-3001 said:

Sthe meetings in London between the agents of Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri and the intermediaries to find all the agreements involving Romeand Chelsea continued todayin a grueling negotiation. We proceed in an attempt to close the operation, but today's day was still nothing decisive, while tomorrow may be the day from inside or outside. In fact, the Chelsea will not wait indefinitely that the Blues have also moved to Layvin Kurzawa of the PSG for the role of left-back, in addition to having then borrowed Olivier Giroud all'Arsenal, who would have said no to this transfer formula. Chelsea, Rome, agents and intermediaries, however, still work to clear the distances on the demands of Edin Dzeko and on demand-offer between the two clubs. For a non-stop negotiation, which will see tomorrow the possible decisive day.

From DiMarzio's website

We've gone from Thursday to Friday being the decisive day in the negotiations. :lol:

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1 hour ago, Jason said:

We've gone from Thursday to Friday being the decisive day in the negotiations. :lol:

Then, it will be deadline day.  Then someone else in.  Repeat in July.

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