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14. Tiemoue Bakayoko

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Needs a change of scenery. Will be nothing but worse than Deadwood here. Mount, Barkley for Cam, Kante, jorginho, RLC and kova for CMs. Should be enough 

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On 20/07/2019 at 5:42 AM, 1905didierblue said:

Needs a change of scenery. Will be nothing but worse than Deadwood here. Mount, Barkley for Cam, Kante, jorginho, RLC and kova for CMs. Should be enough 

He needs to go back to Ligue 1 (I doubt he wants to go back to Serie A due to the racial attacks he suffered there)

Ship him to Nice (they now have billions backing them) or Lille, or Olympique Marseille or back to Monaco if PSG doesn't want him

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On 20/07/2019 at 5:22 AM, Sir Mikel OBE said:

Really heartbreaking preseason from him so far. Just seems so nervous out there.

I have no idea why. He can play footie, he was superb at Monaco, and at times (not always) was a huge force at AC Milan. He puts on Blue and goes fucking all mental. SMDH

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The psg rumour seems to have gone away :( we need to sell him  Baka struggle with the pace of the football in the PL I can't see him getting better if he stays 

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On 20/07/2019 at 4:22 AM, Sir Mikel OBE said:

Really heartbreaking preseason from him so far. Just seems so nervous out there.

Nervous... or shite. He really looks illsuited in our team. That game vs United where he and Morata played well is a long long long time ago.

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In the book Fever Pitch by Nick Hornby there's a bit about a guy called Gus Caesar who played for Arsenal. Hornby wonders how someone who was completely out of his depth ever makes it in the first place. When you consider how many kids play football he's gone from playing for his school then to his county then through youth football to becoming a pro. So he's obviously got talent and had to stand out in every game he plays and yet soon as he turns pro and plays for the first team he's rancid.

I can't help comparing him to Bakayoko I never saw him play for Monaco but he seems to get worse every time I see him play for us I never watched him play for A.C Milan either. It can't be just down to him not suiting a system when you come on against Irish part timers and give the ball away aimlessly and look like you couldn't get into their side then times up.

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Everton interested in Tiemoue Bakayoko

https://sportslens.com/everton-interested-in-tiemoue-bakayoko/271792/

Everton are expected to sell Idrissa Gueye this summer and they have lined up Tiemoue Bakayoko as a potential replacement.

According to French Journalist Saber Desfarges, the likes of Tousart, Tameze and Gbamain are being looked at as well.

It will be interesting to see who the Toffees end up with eventually.

Bakayoko was on loan at AC Milan last season and despite a tough start, he managed to win over the fans. He ended the season as one of Milan’s better performers.

The 24-year-old Chelsea midfielder will want to prove himself in the Premier League next season and if the Blues do not provide him with that opportunity, he might be keen on a move to Everton.

The former Ligue 1 ace is a fantastic talent who needs his confidence back. If he manages to adapt to Silva’s system, he could prove to be a great signing for Everton.

Initially, it might seem like a gamble but Bakayoko has the talent to do well in England.

It will be interesting to see if Everton are willing to take that risk and sign him from Chelsea.

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1 hour ago, Superblue_1986 said:

Linked with a loan to Galatasary today.

We need to loan him to a club that's going to buy him  I can't see galatasaray paying the money for him 

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3 hours ago, the wes said:

We need to loan him to a club that's going to buy him  I can't see galatasaray paying the money for him 

TSG Hoffenheim have a billionaire owner and have cash due to sales

If I was Marina I would be dialing.....

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18 minutes ago, NikkiCFC said:

I'm surprised no one in France wants him? 

Not sure how many clubs can afford him apart from PSG. 

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8 minutes ago, Jason said:

Not sure how many clubs can afford him apart from PSG. 

Lille sold players for 150m this summer. Lyon for around 130m but bought two midfielders already tho. 

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Just now, NikkiCFC said:

Lille sold players for 150m this summer. Lyon for around 130m but bought two midfielders already tho. 

They would probably better off spending that on several players as opposed to spending a large sum of that on one player. 

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