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Chelsea :Werner, Ziyech, Havertz, Silva, Sarr, Chilwell. Man United in talks with the Greek Police 

Sold Hazard, Aina, kalas, Luiz, Hector, Omeruo, Morata, Pasalic, Nathan for 204m Buying Werner, Ziyech, Havertz, Chilwell, Thiago for 205m Spending 1m so far this window is great business

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2 minutes ago, Puliiszola said:

My god. Take it and leave. Wtf.

not sure if they are playing fast and lose with euros v pounds sterling, but supposedly we will not take anything less than £25m, so even farther apart

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Chelsea Prepared To Listen To Offers For 26-Year-Old

http://www.insidefutbol.com/2020/08/14/chelsea-prepared-to-listen-to-offers-for-26-year-old/465310/

Chelsea are open to listening to offers for midfielder Ross Barkley during the ongoing transfer window, according to The Athletic.

Barkley has been at Chelsea since joining the club from Everton in 2018 and has won an FA Cup and the Europa League at Stamford Bridge.  

The 26-year-old midfielder made 21 Premier League appearances during the 2019/20 campaign, but appeared to be out of favour with Frank Lampard towards the end of the season.

He did not start any of the last three league games and only came on for the final few minutes against Arsenal in the FA Cup final.

 

And it has been claimed that the club are ready to sell Barkley this summer if they receive a sizable offer for him in the coming weeks.


The midfielder has remained part of Lampard’s first-team squad and is not considered a player Chelsea are actively trying to offload.

But he is no longer a starter and Chelsea are open to listening to offers for him in the ongoing transfer window.

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Chelsea Prepared To Listen To Offers For 26-Year-Old

http://www.insidefutbol.com/2020/08/14/chelsea-prepared-to-listen-to-offers-for-26-year-old/465310/

Chelsea are open to listening to offers for midfielder Ross Barkley during the ongoing transfer window, according to The Athletic.

  Barkley has been at Chelsea since joining the club from Everton in 2018 and has won an FA Cup and the Europa League at Stamford Bridge.  

 

The 26-year-old midfielder made 21 Premier League appearances during the 2019/20 campaign, but appeared to be out of favour with Frank Lampard towards the end of the season.

  He did not start any of the last three league games and only came on for the final few minutes against Arsenal in the FA Cup final.

 

 

And it has been claimed that the club are ready to sell Barkley this summer if they receive a sizable offer for him in the coming weeks.

The midfielder has remained part of Lampard’s first-team squad and is not considered a player Chelsea are actively trying to offload. 

But he is no longer a starter and Chelsea are open to listening to offers for him in the ongoing transfer window.

 

Buyers get a year long peppermint deal when they buy him. Just to cover up the smell of alcohol during training sessions.  

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 Leeds United interested in signing Batshuayi for potential reunion with Bielsa

https://www.thechelseachronicle.com/transfer-news/report-leeds-united-interested-in-signing-batshuayi-for-potential-reunion-with-bielsa/

Journalist Phil Hay claimed Leeds United are interested in bringing Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi to Elland Road for a potential reunion with former manager Marcelo Bielsa.

The 26-year-old’s Chelsea career has not been as successful as many expected following his arrival in 2016.

After three loan spells in the past three years, at Borussia Dortmund, Valencia and Crystal Palace respectively, Batshuayi has arguably failed to impress Frank Lampard this season.

He was second in line behind Tammy Abraham in the first half of the campaign but fell behind in the pecking order as Olivier Giroud rediscovered his best form.

Now that Chelsea have brought in another forward in the form of Timo Werner, Batshuayi could be on the verge of a summer exit with Leeds interested, according to The Athletic journalist Hay.

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5 hours ago, BlueLyon said:

Koulibaly was class at 25. There was benefit of the doubt in the start when people were like he is limited like Lukaku, but then he went on to become even better each season.

The only reason Koulibaly has not been picked out of Napoli is their 100m€ price tag (pre-2020) and Aurelio De Laurentiis being an absolute cunt to negotiate transfers with. Nothing to do with race.

And now it's starting to be too late for him. 75m€ for a 29yo player is big money, especially when he's not been at his best this season. Again nothing to do with race.

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17 hours ago, BlueLyon said:

This could sound somewhat innapropriate, but IMO upamecano and Koulibaly are best examples that racism is still very much alive in football. 

Yes both are expensive, but if they were white someone would pay their clauses. It just goes to show clubs dont want to realy break the bank on black cb as they may unjustfuly deem them "unreliable". Yet the likes of Otamendi got the moves. Could be that after Mangala clubs are more content spending big money on africanamerican CB.

Im 100% sure Koulibaly would be in a top club if he was white. 

I have never heard such rubbish, how on earth did you dream up this comment.

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I'm going to make this very clear. When it comes to racism it's a very touchy subject and no matter how people try to word things it can portray differently to others.

If you want to discuss this further then do it via PM or any other format you see fit, but do not continue it on here because it derails threads and people end up being banned and it only ever goes one way.

Please, get back to topic.

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15 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

Hope to god we get Chilwell.

Could you quickly elaborate on why you rate him, i'm genuinely curious. Only really watched him a few times and he always seemed shaky. Has he just had a bad spell?

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1 hour ago, Special Juan said:

Hope to god we get Chilwell.

Leicester sources: Ben Chilwell to Chelsea breakthrough with medical ‘next couple of days’

https://www.chelsea-news.co/2020/08/leicester-sources-ben-chilwell-chelsea-breakthrough-medical-next-couple-days/

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7 hours ago, King Kante said:

Do not really see the need for such a disdainful reply. 

1) I was just spit balling an idea. I wasn't saying it was something we should do, rather I was seeking what peoples opinions of such an idea were. 

2) Our AM's next year are Puli who is great but picks up a lot of injuries, CHO had a bad injury, only 19 and hasn't shown any form since being back and Ziyech who is new to the league and has large questions about who quickly he will adapt to the physicality and speed of the league. After that, you have Mount who is not even a wide player who should be playing No.8/No.6 and Werner, who most people would want played through the middle plus, like Ziyech is new to the league. 

3) The age profile of our attacking players reads: CHO - 19, Puli - 21, Werner - 24, Ziyech - 27 and Mount - 21. That is incredibly young. On top of that, the two peak age players (Werner is just about this, are new to the league.) This is why I thought another year from Willian was a good idea so you can help transition the side. I mean, if Ziyech takes time to adapt (which I think he will) and Puli gets injured again (likely) you're down to playing Werner out on the wing with an inconsistent CHO on the other side, or asking Mount to play out of position again. 

As I said, I wasn't saying it is a priority, I was just asking for peoples opinions as whilst the attacking players look exciting, they are very young as a collective and two of them have to adapt to the league. 

How is that a disdainful reply? Why take it so seriously? :lol: 

I certainly wouldn't want either of them here. Bale is pretty much a past-it player already at 31 years old, especially for someone that has relied heavily on his physical attributes including his pace, and I'd question his motivation as well, whether he still has the hunger and desire because even though he has been frozen out, he is content to just stay at Madrid and...play golf. Moreover, you talked about injuries above and yet you suggested Bale, who doesn't have the greatest of injury record at Madrid and has missed like half of their games since joining them.

Coutinho makes the more sense out of the two but again, I wouldn't take him. Inconsistent and nothing more than a shoot-from-range merchant. I understand the concerns above but we're already stacked in the attacking areas. Adding another one would just be overkill. Plus, what if Werner, Ziyech etc adapt quickly? We would then have a deadweight in Coutinho sitting on the bench. Even if we pay only 30% of Coutinho's wages - which would still be a lot and I'd rather use that money for other purposes - I'd rather stick to our players and give them the playing time to adapt than have a loanee take up their time and space. 

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37 minutes ago, Vesper said:

Leicester sources: Ben Chilwell to Chelsea breakthrough with medical ‘next couple of days’

https://www.chelsea-news.co/2020/08/leicester-sources-ben-chilwell-chelsea-breakthrough-medical-next-couple-days/

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Simon Phillips doesn't have his own source? :o 

There's nothing legit about this at the moment. Two random Leicester fans mentioned the story and The Times aren't a reliable source, IMO. 

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9 hours ago, Vesper said:

please do not lecture me on race

you are the fool (you just called me ignorant) if you think that systemic racism doesn't hit very single person of colour, white nationalism doesn't slice and dice at the end of the day when it comes down to the ultimate labelling of 'white' and 'non-white'. THAT line is the ultimate one.

we (us PoC) do that enough to ourselves, we internalise the racism, and spit it out in shit like 'good hair', parchment parties in the Caribbean (if you darker than the brown paper bag, yer arse aint getting in) etc etc etc

when I spent summers in Bim, I saw some of the most racist shit I have ever seen in my life, and it all was coming from light-skint people, some lighter than me, some darker

and ffs, latinx folk come in every single fucking shade, from blonde-haired, blue eyed, to Kouibaly look alikes (skin tone wise)

you really need to quit whilst you are behind

I am not going to get into a colourstruck pissing match to see who ends up the biggest victim

as a woman of colour I know damn well what the fuck I am talking about

I FUCKING LIVE IT EVER DAY

and you now start talking about 'african americans'???

who was talking about african americans?

there are very very few at top euro football level

are you that thick that you think every person of African descent is an 'african american'?

 

 

 

Wait what are you even trying to say? Are you going at it on a personal level? On worldwide level? Racism is yes everywhere. It even touches some white people who are ridiculously white as death or reddish for that matter if you want to get there. 

At first you thrown list of all kind of people from black, light, brown, latin etc and compared them to white as if you tried to prove your point racism isnt in football hence alot of the expensive players are not white. Now you go personal and worldwide, saying racism is everywhere. Yes its everywhere. But I called you ignorant because you throw light, black, brown etc in same box. It should be stopped on all levels, but its certainly the worst for black people. I have traveled enough to experience it from people I met and there is literaly no comparisson, lady. 

I like your content, i wasnt going at you but at your comment where you thrown all in the same box. Aguero doesnt and will never get the same treatment as Mane. Its ignorant to put them in the same box. And then you played your skin color card.

Also african american is alternative word for blacks, yes its outdated in 2020. Obviously latinos can be black. 

Now as Juan said, this could get ugly despite no one having bad intentions, so I wont comment anymore on this.

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