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Can't believe this hasn't been ruled out altogether yet by Frank. If CHO was valued highly when he was on the last year of his contract then imagine how much the asking price will be now? No way Bayern are stumping up the cash + he is in Lampard's plans. 

He has an excellent burst of pace and even with Ziyech, Pulisic around, CHO is a direct winger that who could be of real value to our attack this season 

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Marcos Alonso to Hudson-Odoi: “Bayern Munich? We are Chelsea, another great team, the Premier League is the most competitive league in the world, I don’t know why someone would go to Bayern Munich” Ha

Callum Hudson-Odoi has more assists in 59 minutes than Willian has since October.

At last a manager speaking clearly, straight and not dodging questions.  

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Tbf sick of hearing if this guy wants to stay or doesn’t and Frank’s constant non definitive answers don’t help. Just ask him Frank. Straight up. Your the manager. Not the kit man. Fuck sake.

Played a good second half to be fair to Callum but if he wants to make it here or at any other top club, he has to play like that from the start not one half. 

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Guy is young, have patience with him. 

I don't want to sell him, a loan okay, but no sell option. 

However we can use him this season, we have a lot of games, so hopefully he decides to stay. RLC is the one that needs to go! 

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70 million. Thats how much Byern value his potential. That should ring alarm bells to all those who want to sell him. Byern rarely get things wrong.

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Wow, that's a lot of money. I figured they would try to cheap out and offer half that just to turn his head.
 
Yes, but Bayern have the upper hand on this deal. If CHO plays bad, they pay nothing and send CHO back to us. If he delivers, they get a new player that fits their system

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14 minutes ago, DDA said:

70 million. Thats how much Byern value his potential. That should ring alarm bells to all those who want to sell him. Byern rarely get things wrong.

I know it's an option to buy but it's 70 million... :ph34r:

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20 minutes ago, DDA said:

70 million. Thats how much Byern value his potential. That should ring alarm bells to all those who want to sell him. Byern rarely get things wrong.

This is an odd way of thinking. Why not just appraise what you want of CHO independently of big club rumours. This same principle could apply to that Inter Milan were linked with Emerson, Barce and Madrid a few seasons ago linked with Alonso. It hardly changes my opinion of the player.

 

Regardless, players like Renato Sanches, Arp, Odriozola and Cuisance just in the last few years discount the already illogical myth that Bayern ‘never get it wrong’ with young talent. Or that a young talent can go to Bayern and somehow is therefore destined to be world class. They’ve just spent £80m on Luis Hernandez for him to be a back-up (at best) LB, third choice (at best) CB. They’re a well run club, but not some infallible work of nature. If they’re offering £70m for CHO I think we are the winners in that. If we offered £70m for a 19 year old winger who just has not shown any consistent top-level quality in his senior career I would be against the move 🤷🏿‍♂️

 

Edit: I guess the £70m fee makes good headlines but thinking about the nuance of the deal it is actually smart move if Bayern for it (and not great for us). As others have implied, if he actually performs then they get a good player for £70m. If he doesn’t no issue, he just comes back to us. So it is just a low risk gamble. So to maybe change the final analogy in the above comment I wouldn’t mind if we got some random young talent on a loan to buy offer for £70m. As it is low risk. But I still don’t agree with the train of thought that because Bayern are interested, that means CHO is good. I’ll think he’s good when he starts showing consistent high level performances for us!

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3 minutes ago, killer1257 said:

Yes, but Bayern have the upper hand on this deal. If CHO plays bad, they pay nothing and send CHO back to us. If he delivers, they get a new player that fits their system

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Yeah, appears our board aren't suckers who would agree to a buy option rather than an obligation luckily.

I just said an hour ago that I'd keep him but if we can't get them to pay a guarneteed £70m I'd let him go and sign either a DM or maybe Benrahma to directly replace him.

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