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I'm from Australia and some here would back up I'm one of the biggest die hard Chelsea fans around. Been offered a season ticket twice from the club for flying over and watching more then 25 games hom

New midfielder should be some criminal whose just gotten out of jail after 15 years for rape and homicide. His duty will be to fit his boot in Yaya's asshole.

Certain people watch a few Oscar matches and now they all think he is the second coming. First of all he is not better than Modric, many people here have the tendency to overhype young players, and it

yeah but this anderson is cocky and arrogant beyond belief, hes a wanker. His ability is unquestionable, but i just dont like him.

Most great players are like that ollie any way who would you get as a playmaker ? ? ?

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The Blues are reported to maka an offer on Croatian star Luka Modrić.

Chelsea boss Avram Grant is said to be trying to lure young Modrić into signing for the Blues. Although their bid of £20m in January was rejected, Chelsea are hoping that Webster Ruling might aid them in landing the Croatian star in the summer. The ruling allows player udner the age of 28 to buy out their contract if they are at the club for 4 years. With Modrić's manager and also Dinamo Zagreb’s executive vice-president Zdravko Mamić wanting a large sum of money for Dinamo's top star, Chelsea could use the fact that Modric could buy out his remaining contract for £1.5 next January.

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Chelsea boss Avram Grant has thrown his hat into an already crowded ring of managers interested in Dinamo Zagreb star Luka Modric.

His £20m price-tag put off the Blues in January, but they could be planning a summer swoop.

The Blues hope that the ‘Webster Ruling’, which enables players under the age of 28 to buy out their contract after four years at a club, will come to their aid.

Modric is known to covet a move to Barcelona and claimed to have snubbed a possible move to Arsenal previously.

Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and Newcastle United were monitoring the situation last month before agent Zdravko Mamic - also Dinamo Zagreb’s executive vice-president - deemed Modric not for sale.

The player signed an unprecedented 10-year contract at Zagreb late last year, in order to inflate his transfer value. However, Andy Webster’s infamous Fifa article 17 could mean that Modric could buy out his remaining contract for £1.5 next January.

With that in mind, Chelsea’s possible £10m bid in the summer could be reluctantly accepted by the Croatian club.

Chelsea are yet to make contact with the 22-year-old midfield ace. Sources suggest that Grant’s confidante Giovanni Rosso, a Croatian who spent time with Grant in Israel, has sounded out Modric on behalf of the London club.

Goal.com UK

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He is a good player with a bright future ahead of him so we should snap him up immediately. He is going to be the long-term successor to Lampard and the sooner we snap him up before either one of Milan clubs or Madrid get him or his price doubles.

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This is one that is refusing to go away..... reports now are discussing a close deal worth £12m! And saying that a deal could be done in the summer. I see no reason though why the deals can't be done now and then the move made in the summer like what we did with Robben and Cech?

I would like to see him here anway...

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Clearly paper talk but 30 million is ridiculous!

Anyone actually seen him play because I havent....

Tottenham Hotspur this morning agreed a deal to sign Luka Modric believed to be for a minimum of €20m (about £15.5m), breaking their transfer record. topic closed now
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