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Aleksandr Golovin

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I don't think it's just that people rate him and he clearly made a very good impression at the World Cup which would suggest he'd fit into a Sarri system well, but the price being rumoured (around 30m euros) in this current market seems very good value and has to be attractive to the board who have done far more in recent years seeking value for money.

He's at an age, and attracted the attention of other clubs whereby for the price, if things didn't work we wouldn't likely take much of a hit on selling him in the future (think Barkley compared to Drinkwater / Bakayoko).

And if he's a hit then it'll be a bargain.

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5 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

If we play 433 he won't play in the Willian role as the right sider of the front 3,.

i know I said yesterday about using the right tool and still reckon its generally right.

But what do you think about using Barkley in for Willian?

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6 minutes ago, Unionjack said:

i know I said yesterday about using the right tool and still reckon its generally right.

But what do you think about using Barkley in for Willian?

Barkley's credentials are more utilised in the centre not out wide, he doesn't possess enough skill set to play as a wide attacker.

Golovin will be in the midfield, playing to his strengths, by pressing high and winning the ball to advance onto the attackers.

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4 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

Barkley's credentials are more utilised in the centre not out wide, he doesn't possess enough skill set to play as a wide attacker.

Golovin will be in the midfield, playing to his strengths, by pressing high and winning the ball to advance onto the attackers.

Well I just thought that in Napoli they don't really use the wingers out wide do they. They bring them in tighter.

Hes a good passer,dribbler he likes cutting inside. Just thought he might have fitted.

But he would still make hood cover for all the CM spots at least. We shall see what Sarri will do.

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2 minutes ago, Unionjack said:

Well I just thought that in Napoli they don't really use the wingers out wide do they. They bring them in tighter.

Hes a good passer,dribbler he likes cutting inside. Just thought he might have fitted.

But he would still make hood cover for all the CM spots at least. We shall see what Sarri will do.

Barkley first and foremost must prove his fitness.

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13 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

Barkley first and foremost must prove his fitness.

Right now he looks as fit as the butchers dog. All he has dome since his last injury is train - might have gone overboard with the upper arms tho.

If hes not fit enough now I cant see he ever will be.

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3 minutes ago, Unionjack said:

Right now he looks as fit as the butchers dog. All he has dome since his last injury is train - might have gone overboard with the upper arms tho.

If hes not fit enough now I cant see he ever will be.

He's spent the most of his football career recovering, what we are seeing now isn't much different.

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2 hours ago, Dimitr said:

CKSA Moscow goalkeeper Sergey Chepchugov appears to say goodbye to Aleksandr Golovin and wish him luck at Chelsea via his Instagram!

 I don’t know if this account is fake 

thoughts ?

 

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Real account.

Im not bothered, him or pjanic....

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39 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

He's spent the most of his football career recovering, what we are seeing now isn't much different.

Oh well

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This has been going from one club to another. First it was us then it was Juve then it looked like he was going to us again. Then Monaco made a bit, then he apparently did not want to move there, then apparently as of yesterday he was on his way there and now looks like he is coming to us. He also liked that post too, so you would think that should be that.

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8 minutes ago, Stats said:

This has been going from one club to another. First it was us then it was Juve then it looked like he was going to us again. Then Monaco made a bit, then he apparently did not want to move there, then apparently as of yesterday he was on his way there and now looks like he is coming to us. He also liked that post too, so you would think that should be that.

2 days ago, they said he was off to barcelona

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6 hours ago, Dimitr said:

CKSA Moscow goalkeeper Sergey Chepchugov appears to say goodbye to Aleksandr Golovin and wish him luck at Chelsea via his Instagram!

 I don’t know if this account is fake 

thoughts ?

 

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People getting excited Golovin liked the post...What if he only did so because of the first part of the message as opposed to the second one? 🤔

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