Chelsea Transfer embargo

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  1. RedorDead

    RedorDead Well-Known Member

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    BCFCRob Well-Known Member

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    Unfortunately this might give us a marginally slimmer chance of signing Kalas but you never know. As we already have a fee agreed for Dasilva I think that one is safe.
     
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    Can’t see it having an effect Rob, even if the ban stays I don’t see Kalas playing for Chelsea,
    I’d be surprised if it’s not overturned though .
     
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    This may be a good thing for Chelsea, they can then give some of their very talented young players who are all out on loan a run. I think given a chance and with service from the likes of Hazard, Tammy will score goals in the Prem.
     
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    invermeremike Well-Known Member

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    Finally someone has noticed the hoarding being done by Chelsea and I have wondered why some of this underused young talent even bother to sign for them. Stars and big money in their eyes?
     
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    johngalleyfan2 Well-Known Member

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    I think Tammy will either go to another team with big future sign on deal or become a squad member for the team as a second choice option don't think a loan is on the cards ..
    AV might be in the poo, fair play? and how magical is it you change your manager and go ooooooopsy ….
     
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