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Romelu Lukaku joins Chelsea

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This is one transfer where we have the advantage, the player actually has US as his preferred club.

Yes, of course.

But you know, with the $$...

The only reason we wouldn't make the signing is if Carlo and the management do not want him..............

And if Ancelotti doesn't want him, that would be surprising because we have tried to buy him this summer...

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And if Ancelotti doesn't want him, that would be surprising because we have tried to buy him this summer...

Well, only according to the media, and on that basis we have tried to sign a LOT of players. The only players i can think of we have had confirmed as making offers for are Ramires and Neymar.

Still, i think we are likely to see him at Chelsea next summer.

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Premier League champions Chelsea, Liverpool and Spanish giants Real Madrid are all targeting teenage sensation Romelu Lukaku, according to his agent.

The Belgium U21 international has already made quite an impression for his club Anderlecht, scoring an impressive 15 goals in 25 games last season.

Spanish newspaper Marca reported that Jose Mourinho has targeted the youngster as he looks to bolster his attacking options.

Chelsea feel the 17-year-old would settle easily into the Premier League after being likened to Didier Drogba while Liverpool are looking to strengthen their forward line.

However, representative Christophe Henrotay says Lukaku wants to continue his development in Belgium and is expected to stay for at least another year.

"None of the clubs have contacted us or Anderlecht lately, but I know that Real came to see Romelu a few times and the interest is there," he told De Standaard.

"There is also interest from Liverpool, Chelsea and all the great European clubs, but it's too soon.

"The ideal scenario for Romelu is to stay at Anderlecht this year and play in the Champions League. Romelu shouldn't be in any rush."

Anderlecht manager Herman Van Holsbeeck said he had noticed Mourinho's interest in the forward saying: "We are honoured by this compliment from the greatest coach of the moment.

"It's a compliment to our work in developing youth and for our club generally, but we haven't received any concrete bids for Romelu."

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No way he goes to Liverpool... If he goes to an EPL clubs it's fot us. Apparently he love Chelsea and Drogba is his idol, no need to tell more.

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Premier League champions Chelsea, Liverpool and Spanish giants Real Madrid are all targeting teenage sensation Romelu Lukaku, according to his agent.

No worries.. he'll be a Chelsea player next summer. tiphat.gif

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Crappy source.. But could still make you go "uh-oh"

Manchester United are reportedly interested in signing up and coming Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku as they look to build for the future. Having brought in youngsters Javier Hernandez and Chris Smalling this summer Sir Alex Ferguson has sent scouts to monitor the towering 17 year old Anderlecht striker.

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One player Mourinho failed to bring to Real this summer is 17-year-old Anderlecht striker Romelu Lukaku, but the Portuguese boss says the deal could still materialise in the future.

"His father is very intelligent and will not let his son go now," added Mourinho. "We will see next season."

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Fuck off mourinho !

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One player Mourinho failed to bring to Real this summer is 17-year-old Anderlecht striker Romelu Lukaku, but the Portuguese boss says the deal could still materialise in the future.

"His father is very intelligent and will not let his son go now," added Mourinho. "We will see next season."

We should be quite worried about this. Lukaku, being a Chelsea fan, would love to work with The Special One. I still think he'll come to Chelsea, but we shouldn't take Real's competition lightly.

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We should be quite worried about this. Lukaku, being a Chelsea fan, would love to work with The Special One. I still think he'll come to Chelsea, but we shouldn't take Real's competition lightly.

They could easily out bid us in an instant, they have no structure too their spending !

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They could easily out bid us in an instant, they have no structure too their spending !

Yep. At the end of the day this will come down to Lukaku's preference. Hopefully Drogba's phone calls will persuade him to come to the Bridge blue%20scalf.gif

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Let's just hope he isn't exactly like Drogba, i will never forget his red card in the CL final.

Great player, awful character.

Drogba is credited with playing a vital role in bringing peace to his country. After Côte d'Ivoire qualified for the 2006 World Cup, Drogba made a desperate plea to the combatants, asking them to lay down their arms, a plea which was answered with a cease fire after 5 years of civil war. Drogba later helped move an Arfican Cup of Nations qualifier to the rebel stronghold of Bouake; a move that helped confirm the peace process. His involvement in the peace process lead to Drogba being named as one of the world's 100 most influential people by Time magazine.

On 24 January 2007, Drogba was appointed by the United Nations Development Programme(UNDP) as a Goodwill Ambassador. The UNDP were impressed with his previous charity work and believed that his high profile would help raise awareness on African issues.

Drogba's charity work continued when, in late 2009, he announced he would be donating the 3 million GBP signing on fee for his endorsement of Pepsi for the construction of a hospital in his hometown of Abidian. This work was done through Drogba's recently created "Didier Drogba Foundation" and Chelsea announced they too would donate the fee for the deal toward the Foundation's project. Drogba decided on building the hospital after a recent trip to the Ivorian capital's other hospitals, saying "...I decided the Foundation's first project should be to build and fund a hospital giving people basic healthcare and a chance just to stay alive."

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:goodpost: football is important but trivial compared to the problems of poverty and sickness in the poorer countries of the world ...

the work of Drogba ,,Essien and Mikel brings great credit to them and to our club

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