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Discussion in 'Chelsea' started by Ninjatend0, Jan 24, 2017.
I think it's around 47m plus incentives if they win the league or Champions League.
So 47m then
Talks about Iheanacho going to Leicester for 28M or so. Would be a great buy for them.
Even if 28M is a fair price for Ihenacho (which is reasonable), why would they need him? They already have Vardy, Slimani (on whom they just spent 30M), Musa and Okazaki (who basically plays like a striker). Are they going to line up in a 4-2-4?
One he's young and for the future. If he has a good year or two his value will go up exponentially. Two, they're gonna likely move on from Vardy and the rest aren't exactly world beaters.
So the first reason is that he might be good. OK, sure.......but he might not.
As to the second reason, they just gave Vardy a new contract, so how will they move on from him? The rest aren't world beaters, no, but they paid a lot of money for them! Leicester have a lot of holes on their roster - striker isn't it.
What you're really arguing is that Ihenacho is a good prospect. Which is true, sure. But why would going to a club with a lot of strikers make a lot of sense?
Maybe had to formulate it differently in saying that he would be a good buy for anyone in need of a striker of his qualities. That money should have been spent in different areas of their team.
But Leicester aren't in need of that striker. Their strikers are fine, it's the rest of the players that are problematic. That's my point. If the argument is Ihenacho is just a good player, he'd be a good buy for anyone, including us.
Dani Alves turns down England, joins PSG.
PSG was a safe move for him. He will make more money and better odds at winning more trophies and an easier league for him to play in. The move makes sense for him IMO.
Did Jose ever try going 3 at the back last season?
I came on here to post about back 3. I went to the ManU vs Galaxy game with a friend of mine and the first thing I noticed was the back 3. In the second half he had Bailly on the right and Lindelof in the middle. I must say that United look like they will be a very strong side this season. Buying numerous players the last few years is starting to add up!
yes they did. several times between the Europa and the league. towards the end of the season more.
Verratti announced he's being represented by Mino Raiola from now on.
So he is off to Manure then
Juve will make a desperate push for him, but you're probably right in the end
Seems like he's desperate for Barca. What a bunch of whores.
Barca's transfers dealings in the last few years have been baffling to me. So many players brought in who are just clearly not at their level.
Veratti, on the other hand, would be perfect for them
For a lot of clubs.
This is peanuts for a great player.
West ham making some moves...
Added Hernandez, Arnautovic and Hart. Plus the got Fonte last January on a good deal. Their going to be interesting.
With every passing game I see I am SOOOOOOO glad we dodged a bullet with Stones.
That's the next JT/Rio/Sol you're talking about!
Seriously, what did he do now? Score a screamer own goal?
Fellani......That was um....hysterical.
I know it is preseaason but those penalties were laughably bad. Both teams need to practice.
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