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Ousmane Dembele

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Theres a lot of talk Griezmann Going to Barcelona if that's the case we should go in for dembele maybe we can put in loan to buy offer

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14 minutes ago, the wes said:

Theres a lot of talk Griezmann Going to Barcelona if that's the case we should go in for dembele maybe we can put in loan to buy offer

We can never be seriously competitive for Dembele. We don't really shop at that level in the market anymore and we're not that attractive to players of the talent/calibre of Dembele.

First of all he's not going anywhere. It's just media noise, its absurd to think he'll be let go. He's the present and future of Barca and Valverde will always be 1st out of town before Dembele

Secondly, there are better teams than us out there both footballing wise and competitive wise

Thirdly, our CL future and managerial future is still up in the air. We have to convince him we're now a football team and not a rugby team and there's just not enough space to do that since Sarri won't come until next season

Lastly, if you were a player of that level be honest, you won't want to come to Chelsea. PSG will be a great destination for Dembele. Dembele on the right, Neymar in the middle and Mbappe playing his best position on the left. That will be their attack sorted for many many years. 

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On 5/7/2018 at 3:10 PM, MrExcalibur100 said:

We can never be seriously competitive for Dembele. We don't really shop at that level in the market anymore and we're not that attractive to players of the talent/calibre of Dembele.

First of all he's not going anywhere. It's just media noise, its absurd to think he'll be let go. He's the present and future of Barca and Valverde will always be 1st out of town before Dembele

Secondly, there are better teams than us out there both footballing wise and competitive wise

Thirdly, our CL future and managerial future is still up in the air. We have to convince him we're now a football team and not a rugby team and there's just not enough space to do that since Sarri won't come until next season

Lastly, if you were a player of that level be honest, you won't want to come to Chelsea. PSG will be a great destination for Dembele. Dembele on the right, Neymar in the middle and Mbappe playing his best position on the left. That will be their attack sorted for many many years. 

Add the fact that Dembele already turned us down in 2015 and you speak the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

Sadly.

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If I was chelsea's board i would go for this guy as soon as possible!
with the probable arrive of griezmann, Dembele almost definitely he doesn't play much because in team there will be Messi,Suarez,Coutinho,Griezmann and him would be the fifth choice!
I think Barcellone make a mistake to not believe in him, but better for us; young player and already at coutinho and griezmann level or near!
£100B for one of the best talent in the world that have already showed his talent with 2 fantastic season would be a great power up to the team moreover a investiment that will be paid in several years,  not  ammortized with 1-2 years like when you take old players!

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Dembele has come out today and said that he wants to leave Barca. Maybe motivated by the purchase of Malcolm. 

Cheeky bid?

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Dembele is looking for a way out of Barça. He believes that the signing of Malcom shows that he does not bet on him. His relationship with Valverde is distant. He hopes to clarify what role he will have,

This lady has a thread on this

 

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Sell Morata for 60£m and spend 80-100£m on Dembele.  Willian swap with Martial!

 

Hazard - AM9 - Dembele, Oh lord!

 

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8 minutes ago, special Eden said:

Sell Morata for 60£m and spend 80-100£m on Dembele.  Willian swap with Martial!

 

Hazard - AM9 - Dembele, Oh lord!

 

azpi- rudiger- christiensen/rugani- emerson
   Kante-jorginho-barkley/fab
   dembele-martial-hazard
would be amazing! but never will be!
 

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38 minutes ago, special Eden said:

Sell Morata for 60£m and spend 80-100£m on Dembele.  Willian swap with Martial!

 

Hazard - AM9 - Dembele, Oh lord!

 

I am all up for that, but that cunt Mo would rather cut off one of his jacobs than sell us martial from all I see

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Dembele is so talented, but i question if he has the brain to reach elite level. Barca were stupid to pay 150m, it would be amazing if they sold him one year later. 

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That hot blonde was right about Coutinho(like everybody else) but she is not serious. Look the replies to that tweet.

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CHELSEA, LIVERPOOL, ARSENAL? THREE POTENTIAL DESTINATIONS FOR OUSMANE DEMBELE

http://www.thehardtackle.com/blogs/2018/10/30/chelsea-liverpool-arsenal-three-potential-destinations-for-ousmane-dembele/

Ousmane Dembele’s future at Barcelona. The Hard Tackle takes a look at three possible destinations for the out-of-favour French winger

Ousmane Dembele’s woes at Barcelona have not eased one bit despite a strong start to the season. The Frenchman has been trying to shake the cobwebs of a difficult first season that was riddled with injuries and poor form. And he did start his second campaign at Barcelona quite brightly.

 

After the first month or so, Dembele had found the back of the net in the Spanish Super Cup against Sevilla as well as in Barcelona’s league and European wins over the likes of Huesca, Real Valladolid, Real Sociedad and PSV Eindhoven. However, over the last six weeks or so, the 21-year-old has gone off the boil massively.

His drop in stature has been so significant that Dembele has lost his place as a regular, and is not even being named in the starting lineup in the absence of Lionel Messi. The situation has now come to a head, with Barcelona reportedly prepared to let him depart from Camp Nou, even as early as January.

 

With Ousmane Dembele possibly being put on the market in the January transfer window, and with the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal being named as possible suitors. The Hard Tackle takes a look at three possible destinations where he might end up.

Chelsea

Chelsea have started the 2018-19 season quite well, having taken very little time to adapt to Maurizio Sarri’s possession-based system. But, the team is still lacking some oomph and dynamism in attack that will elevate the Blues to the next level of being a force to be reckoned with in league and Europe.

So far, Chelsea have have been heavily dependent on the performances of Eden Hazard, with the Belgian directly contributing to 42 percent of the goals that they have scored in the Premier League. In his absence, the Blues did step up quite well last time out against Burnley. But, a closer look at their squad would suggest a need to reinforce their wide options.

Apart from Hazard, Sarri has Pedro and Willian as the only natural wingers at his disposal. With both players on the wrong side of 30, an injection of youth in the form of Ousmane Dembele could be just what Chelsea need to take some pressure off Hazard and phase the two experienced campaigners out.

Additionally, if Dembele’s exploits with Borussia Dortmund are anything to go by, Sarri will have an exciting prospect that he can develop in his mould and prove that the 18-month Barcelona stint – should he indeed call it quits in January – was only an ill-fated blip.

Another scenario that Chelsea could find themselves in, is the exit of their talisman himself. Eden Hazard has made no bones about wanting to don the famous white strip of Real Madrid, who still have their sights set on him. Should Hazard end up leaving, Sarri will need someone to step into his boots.

Who better than a player who has shown that he can be a creative force from either flank while also having an eye for a goal. Either way, Dembele is a player who has the potential of fitting perfectly into Sarri’s system and resume his development, while also aiding Chelsea’s rise up the European ladder.

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I'd go all out for him in January. So talented, used to playing in systems similar to ours. Positional flexibility, two footed, provides goals and assists, lightning quick. The list goes on and on, provides us immense cover if Hazard does leave or a truly terrifying team if he stays. Young enough to grow with our exciting prospects (CHO & Dembele! wow)

Issue is dealing with Barca and the price that will be demanded, surely around 80-100m will be asked for after the price they paid and his future prospects.

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I think he is a very good player, but his intelligence and decision making will prevent him from being a great player. Maybe in a system like Sarri he could thrive, but i am not sure he has the discipline to buy in.

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Surprised Barca willing to get rid of him he started the season on fire for them, arguably their key player for first 5 or 6 games. 

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20 hours ago, OneMoSalah said:

Surprised Barca willing to get rid of him he started the season on fire for them, arguably their key player for first 5 or 6 games. 

Makes you wonder what it is... his attitute from the looks of it stinks. Forced his move to Barcelona from Dortmund by going on strike, injured himself in his first few games at Barca took months to get back to full fitness after his injury had healed and now obviously again had a drop in attitude despite a good start to the season. He has always blown hot and cold performance-wise and I wish we would get in someone more reliable when that applies for almost every winger we have had for ages. 

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