This is Hazardous - The Chelsea Transfer Thread

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  1. JediSoccer

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    A perfect GIF. Hell yes!

    And Moses shall part the pitch for his mates to run through and score.


  2. BlueRebelZ

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  3. JediSoccer

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    Crazy day. Reports of Roman ready to dish out bizillions for Neymar, followed by a new offer for Schurrle, followed by Cavani... And Napoli wanting Raul. Oh, and Fergie biatching about PSG spending on Moura and how Arsenal isn't just letting him have RVP. Excuse me, I have a pity party to attend.
  4. BlueRebelZ

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    Actually, Fergi moans when things are advanced or he's been subjected to taking the mick out. Neymar rumor is from a Marca blog which quotes...tribalfootball:p.
    Cavani rumor is from Mediaset & Napoli counterparts have denied it already. Schurrle is a la Pereira, rumbling on.

    And ship meireles off to Napoli at once.:mad:


  5. Dear_Claudio

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    Am I the only one who thinks Azpilicueta isn't that hard to spell?:p Can also just call him 'Cesar'.
  6. addicted2chelsea

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    Glad Moura hasn't headed up North, but by the sounds of it I think we may have bagged one of the more talented Brazilians in Oscar . And Hazard , well probably the most sought after talent this Summer and we got him .
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    Lots of twatter chat that both Moses & Azpi deals are near conclusion.
  8. fernb8

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    talk of Josh going on loan to Bolton or Blackburn

    and it seems that Fulham or Everton will not be taking Lukaku on loan
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    Then who will?:confused: kidding.....but seriously, i think we'll be in trouble if Torres or Danny get suspended or injured.

    Josh needs a team that he can surely start in
  10. slipereypete

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    Lukraken going up to Wigan on account of the Moses deal makes a whole lot of sense. But how will he displace DiSanto?!?!one
    JediSoccer repped this.
  11. nicephoras

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    Wigan make most sense for Lukaku, as part of a Moses deal. They're always short of strikers and honestly, he can't be worse than DiSanto. I do wonder if RdM will play with a false 9 a bit, like he did in the second half of the PSG game.
  12. Balls of Fire

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    LOL
    LOL FER DAYZ
  13. JediSoccer

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    Hearing Lukaku may be going to WBA. That's a good fit, I'd think.

    Cavani talk heating up.
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    DailyFail reporting the WBA link along with Josh going to Middlesboro on loan. Sunderland and Stoke also allegedly interested in Lukaku.

    Cavani... must be Italian for dead horse.
  15. JediSoccer

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    I'd sure loooove to have that dead horse on our team. :)
  16. fernb8

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    I think you may be missing the translation.
  17. addicted2chelsea

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    Cavani is an absolute beast of a player , cant see him coming though. Torres will be the main man .
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    I can only rep some of the time. Not sure why?
  19. RamboTambo

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    Lukaku under Martinez makes sense - he is a ball playing manager and encourages lots of movement from players - something Romelu needs to improve on.
  20. Balls of Fire

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    Hearing West Brom for Lukaku possibly.
  21. Balls of Fire

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    Stephen Lichtsteiner "on Chelsea radar." Juventus right back. Tactic to get the Azpilicueta deal done.
  22. Andy F

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    shoot me now
  23. Balls of Fire

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    I agree. I think Torres will be on a short leash. Jump down my throat if you want, but I think DiMatteo will be quick to slot Sturridge in if Torres isn't working. And as much as I've made my disdain for "Unnecessary Stutter-step" Sturridge known, I think he may work better with the players we have in midfield.
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    Is WBA a good choice for Lukaku? They just signed Rosenborg. Could be a bad one imo.
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    This season is the last chance for Torres. If he performs, he can be amazing, if he goes back not being able to hit the side of a barn door then we will probably buy big in Jan or next summer. Not sure we can sell him if he doesn't up his performance.

    However, I am fairly optimistic for him this season and I feel he will be back to his best.
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