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Take this with a pinch of salt as it is the mirror reporting it but they posted an article saying we still want Willian and if we fail to sign him we are in pole position for Heung-Min Son, 20 year old striker who plays for Hamburg.

Hes scored 9 goals in 20 apperances this year, a full international and can play on the wings as well as upfront.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/chelsea-havent-given-up-hope-1647769

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Take this with a pinch of salt as it is the mirror reporting it but they posted an article saying we still want Willian and if we fail to sign him we are in pole position for Heung-Min Son, 20 year old striker who plays for Hamburg.

Hes scored 9 goals in 20 apperances this year, a full international and can play on the wings as well as upfront.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/chelsea-havent-given-up-hope-1647769

Bottom of the report

Spurs want him for 7 million apparently.

Not sure if he could come and make an instant impact which is what we need at CF...

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OMG he is so ugly, but whatevs, he already scored against usi n a friendly against hamburg in 2010 (i was at the stadium). and he is relatively big compared to other Asians. As a striker he is surely better than our current 2nd striking option, but that is out of question. He is clinical, can take freekicks, puts in a lot of effort, can play on both wings would give us a huge merchandising boost in South Corea.

He is also rather quick for an Asian, has scored against all sorts of opposition including the champions Dortmund.

Of course he is still only a talent who is yet to produce consistently but 10m and one or two years loan back would be a good option

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OMG he is so ugly, but whatevs, he already scored against usi n a friendly against hamburg in 2010 (i was at the stadium). and he is relatively big compared to other Asians. As a striker he is surely better than our current 2nd striking option, but that is out of question. He is clinical, can take freekicks, puts in a lot of effort, can play on both wings would give us a huge merchandising boost in South Corea.

He is also rather quick for an Asian, has scored against all sorts of opposition including the champions Dortmund.

Of course he is still only a talent who is yet to produce consistently but 10m and one or two years loan back would be a good option

So irrelevant. What makes you say that and that is quite offensive. This idea of buying players and loaning them out may not work out. He will only join IMO if he knows he is guaranteed to be a part of the first team. Our record of loaning players then keeping them in the first team is not very good, we usually move them on. Even when they come back and perform they leave eg Sturridge. Personally, I think it is best he stays at Hamburg and develops in a continuously improving league where he starts week in week out. No need for him to move here at this stage of his career.

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