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34 minutes ago, BluesMadLad said:

More chance of seeing the Queen flash her tits on the balcony of Buckingham Palace pal. 

Did you take that post seriously?

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15 minutes ago, Jas said:

Did you take that post seriously?

About as serious as the Queen flashing mate haha

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Wasn’t the deadline for this on Monday? Dortmund stuck to their deadline with Sancho, so expectation here is the same, glad this will be over by then effectively, either way.

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4 hours ago, DH1988 said:

Wasn’t the deadline for this on Monday? Dortmund stuck to their deadline with Sancho, so expectation here is the same, glad this will be over by then effectively, either way.

The deadline was first week of Aug, so that is the whole of next week. 

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If we can become Eric Haaland than i think this is it....
What a talent He is good finisher good techniques....
I think we have good Attackers but still there is place for Eric Haaland.:::
CMON Chelsea CMON ROMAN ABRAMOVICH GET THIS ERIC HAALAND 🙂

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I would like him to come to the Chels but that shady agent of his along with his seemingly ridiculous wage demands and whatnot make it non viable. He is either city or rm bound.

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6 hours ago, NikkiCFC said:

As expected Dortmund made mistake. 100m>Haaland for one season

Wouldn’t necessarily call it a mistake because how does anyone know they’d be sitting well in 2nd right now (which is where they’d be expected to be getting either way) without Haaland? Not as if they are an amazing team with him (pretty average team) so imagine them without him? They’d be considerably worse. 100%.

Plus they get 1 more full season out of a world class player and will still be getting the best part of £70m when they sell him, perhaps more depending on if this £68m clause is real or not. They also sold Sancho for £73 million in the summer that will be paid in instalments that are structured in a way they pushed for to make it happen so its not like they were/will be extremely short of cash.

Everyone will assume that they are fools for losing that additional amount of money but lets assume Dortmund will be securing CL qualification for next season, they are still in the cups domestically and have the Europa League this season to contend with. And did anyone actually make a >£100m bid? I don’t think anyone did officially. I don’t think anyone could of afforded it. 

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15 minutes ago, OneMoSalah said:

Wouldn’t necessarily call it a mistake because how does anyone know they’d be sitting well in 2nd right now (which is where they’d be expected to be getting either way) without Haaland? Not as if they are an amazing team with him (pretty average team) so imagine them without him? They’d be considerably worse. 100%.

Plus they get 1 more full season out of a world class player and will still be getting the best part of £70m when they sell him, perhaps more depending on if this £68m clause is real or not. They also sold Sancho for £73 million in the summer that will be paid in instalments that are structured in a way they pushed for to make it happen so its not like they were/will be extremely short of cash.

Everyone will assume that they are fools for losing that additional amount of money but lets assume Dortmund will be securing CL qualification for next season, they are still in the cups domestically and have the Europa League this season to contend with. And did anyone actually make a >£100m bid? I don’t think anyone did officially. I don’t think anyone could of afforded it. 

There is also another aspect. They are bolstering their future negotiating position. When they they come to this point with Bellingham or Adyemi (assuming they will be signing him next year) potential buyers will know they mean to stick to their guns.

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1 hour ago, OhForAGreavsie said:

There is also another aspect. They are bolstering their future negotiating position. When they they come to this point with Bellingham or Adyemi (assuming they will be signing him next year) potential buyers will know they mean to stick to their guns.

Yep another good point. This stance was the same with Jadon Sancho too, he wanted out a season earlier but they made him stay and sold on their tetms.

Also in the past they weren’t scared to let Lewandowski’s contract run down even if it meant he left on a free. 

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