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Chelsea have reportedly moved ahead of Premier League rivals Manchester City and Manchester United to sign Frankfurtstriker Luka Jovic.

According to Spanish outlet Marca, the Blues are behind Barcelona in their pursuit of the 21-year-old, but have the best chance of any Premier League side of landing him.

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Let's hope they give up on him too soon. Just in time for our next active transfer window in fact.

You guys dont know what you are talking about. Stay away from this guy. As a Serbian I guarantee Mitrovic is better player! Ok he is talented but that big money contract he got in Real hit h

I have noticed the trend, thank you very much for enlightening me.  Should i give links to comments from tammy's threads?  Even if the other person is linking everything to tammy, he is atle

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1 hour ago, the wes said:

Chelsea have reportedly moved ahead of Premier League rivals Manchester City and Manchester United to sign Frankfurtstriker Luka Jovic.

According to Spanish outlet Marca, the Blues are behind Barcelona in their pursuit of the 21-year-old, but have the best chance of any Premier League side of landing him.

We have good chance because of Zahavi. He has a good relationship with Mr. Abramovich and has been working with PL-clubs for 40 years. I really hope we use this good relationship. We can never sign Raiola's players because he forces all of his clients to Manchester United but this time we can be lucky.

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1 hour ago, the wes said:

Chelsea have reportedly moved ahead of Premier League rivals Manchester City and Manchester United to sign Frankfurtstriker Luka Jovic.

According to Spanish outlet Marca, the Blues are behind Barcelona in their pursuit of the 21-year-old, but have the best chance of any Premier League side of landing him.

How are we gonna sign him with a transfer ban, just keep him at Frankfurt for a season? I doubt hed want to wait when Barca, Bayern or Real would definitely want him. He fits their profiles in terms of the fact all 3 of their top CFs are ageing and need long term replacements. Those 3 along with City, Juventus, Liverpool, United probably all more attractive teams than us right now for a player with his potential.

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2 hours ago, OneMoSalah said:

How are we gonna sign him with a transfer ban, just keep him at Frankfurt for a season?

I know! All these articles linking us with like 50 players never mention the bans or assume they are overturned, as if that is a sure thing.

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On 4/1/2019 at 9:01 PM, Vesper said:

I know! All these articles linking us with like 50 players never mention the bans or assume they are overturned, as if that is a sure thing.

I think its actualy very possible we sign someone this summer and loan them back for the season.

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5 minutes ago, BlueLyon said:

I think its actualy very possible we sign someone this summer and loan them back for the season.

Nope. transfers are banned.

Can only recall players on loan and sign free agents.

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1 minute ago, Robchels said:

Nope. transfers are banned.

Can only recall players on loan and sign free agents.

But the Costa deal went through they simply couldn't play him.

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3 minutes ago, Nicco said:

But the Costa deal went through they simply couldn't play him.

hmm wouldn't be much of a ban, that is intent to punish a club for signing a (too) young player, which would allow the same club to go again and sign another young player, just to loan them out, like they've been doing.

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6 minutes ago, Robchels said:

Nope. transfers are banned.

Can only recall players on loan and sign free agents.

Nope. Registering players are banned - IF it's gonna be banned.

 

Barcelona signed Aleix Vidal and Arda Turan the same way, they went to trainings for half a year but couldn't play.

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4 minutes ago, nyikolajevics said:

Nope. Registering players are banned - IF it's gonna be banned.

 

Barcelona signed Aleix Vidal the same way, he went to trainings for half a year but couldn't play.

yeah that makes more sense -- all registration -- with only recalls as possible since they are already registered with the club.
this guy has it wrong apparently https://www.forbes.com/sites/cybrown/2019/02/22/chelsea-banned-from-signing-players-for-two-transfer-windows/#491dd7225229

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54 minutes ago, Robchels said:

Nope. transfers are banned.

Can only recall players on loan and sign free agents.

We can sign players but we cant register them. At least that was case with Costa and Atletico or Arda and Barca. 

Technically we could sign Jovic or whoever and keep him in training for entire season but he wouldnt be able to play matches.

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48 minutes ago, Robchels said:

yeah that makes more sense -- all registration -- with only recalls as possible since they are already registered with the club.
this guy has it wrong apparently https://www.forbes.com/sites/cybrown/2019/02/22/chelsea-banned-from-signing-players-for-two-transfer-windows/#491dd7225229

In media they always refer to it as transfer ban, it's confusing.

 

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13 hours ago, Robchels said:

hmm wouldn't be much of a ban, that is intent to punish a club for signing a (too) young player, which would allow the same club to go again and sign another young player, just to loan them out, like they've been doing.

Signing a player is essentially a contract of employment between club and player. As long as that contract is legal under UK law, fifa can't dictate who Chelsea can or can't employ. What they can do is stipulate rules about who can take part in competitions which come under their umbrella. Perhaps the most central of all their stipulations is that only players registered with a club can represent it. A Transfer ban is a good shorthand but what's really being threatened is a registration ban.

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5 hours ago, OhForAGreavsie said:

 

Signing a player is essentially a contract of employment between club and player. As long as that contract is legal under UK law, fifa can't dictate who Chelsea can or can't employ. What they can do is stipulate rules about who can take part in competitions which come under their umbrella. Perhaps the most central of all their stipulations is that only players registered with a club can represent it. A Transfer ban is a good shorthand but what's really being threatened is a registration ban.

yeah I get that, but loaning out a player also needs to be sanctioned by FIFA, so while we can still prob sign contracts, few would be willing to do so without the option of being loaned out, at least.

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7 hours ago, Robchels said:

yeah I get that, but loaning out a player also needs to be sanctioned by FIFA, so while we can still prob sign contracts, few would be willing to do so without the option of being loaned out, at least.

We probably cant loan them to a new club, but we can loan them back to their current club since they are already registered there. 

There could be also pre-agreement/pre-contract done.

So definately options to "buy" players exist.

And on practical level, I think there is a bunch of players who would be ready to spend another season at their current club to develop more and at same time have a guaranteed move to a bigger one next summer.

The competition will be huge, but there are quite a few quality players that will be moving soon.

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Real Madrid and Eintracht Frankfurt have reached an agreement for the transfer of Luka Jovic to Real Madrid. It’s a deal done. (According to Bild Journalist)

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2 minutes ago, zekinjo said:

Real Madrid and Eintracht Frankfurt have reached an agreement for the transfer of Luka Jovic to Real Madrid. It’s a deal done. (According to Bild Journalist)

Lazy journalism. Eintracht  have not even bought him from Bemfica yet. I doubt they will already be listening to bids

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1 hour ago, zekinjo said:

Real Madrid and Eintracht Frankfurt have reached an agreement for the transfer of Luka Jovic to Real Madrid. It’s a deal done. (According to Bild Journalist)

or maybe not

Real Madrid: Pjanic, Jovic agent meets club - El Chiringuito

Real Madrid: Pjanic, Jovic agent meets club - El Chiringuito

 

EL CHIRINGUITO DE JUGONES

Fali Ramadani met Real Madrid general manager José Ángel Sánchez at the LaLiga club's training ground on Thursday, it has emerged.

https://en.as.com/en/2019/03/28/football/1553813615_271067.html

Zidane keen on Juve's Pjanic, Jovic

The agent of Luka Jovic and Miralem Pjanic, Fali Ramadani, was at Real Madrid's training ground on Thursday to meet with Los Blancos' general manager, José Ángel Sánchez, the Spanish television programme El Chiringuito has revealed.

 

 

 


as they say, pics or it didn't happen, lolol

 

fucking £52m is a steal (unless Barca starts a bidding war, which may happen)

ffs, we could have had BOTH Piatek AND Jovic for only £83m TOTAL if that is indeed the price Jovic goes for (that's only £13m more than shitbox Morata cost with add-on)

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