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2 minutes ago, Mfcdanny said:

Same goes for nathaniel clyne. Came through tge same time as moses. Hasnt played for a while surely he would be available. But i imagine the wages for both players won't be cheap 


Clyne training with Palace and Hodgson had him at England. With it being Clynes first club if he impresses I think it’s nailed on he goes there 

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Regarding Roberts. It could be just that players been given a few days off training which includes Patrick Roberts but might be back in training tomorrow. I cant imagine they got full week off but maybe given few extra days off.

Albeit it seems Ronerts was there on Monday so they could have taken photos of him then and used the photo to confirm deal following day if paperwork is done.

If he not announced by Friday I might start panicking a bit. Haha.

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1 hour ago, Poly said:


Clyne training with Palace and Hodgson had him at England. With it being Clynes first club if he impresses I think it’s nailed on he goes there 

didn't he sign until January for them?

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13 minutes ago, boksicdink said:

Moses is on 100k a week!

so i guess Chelsea will be looking to get as much of that off it's books as possible for the season. 

Wonder who will step in for him?

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16 minutes ago, Mr_Maz said:

so i guess Chelsea will be looking to get as much of that off it's books as possible for the season. 

Wonder who will step in for him?

I doubt anyone will for that kind of money 

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46 minutes ago, Mr_Maz said:

so i guess Chelsea will be looking to get as much of that off it's books as possible for the season. 

Wonder who will step in for him?

Would the 15-20k we could possible offer make a huge difference to them though? I suppose it's better than nothing if they aren't going to use him at all. I guess it'll go down to the wire but he still has the chance of joining a top team in Holland. I'm not sure what other windows are still open.

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3 minutes ago, AstoriaBoro said:

I’m sure Derby and Sheff We’d would find the money from somewhere 🤑😅

Oh yes I forgot about the wads of cash they found down the back of the sofa 😃

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17 minutes ago, BearSmog said:

Victor Moses won't be playing in the Championship this season.. my bet is Portugal

I was thinking Turkey. Sure that Galatasaray or Fenerbahce wouldn't scoff at paying 60%+ of his wages to bring him in on loan with a view to a permeant deal.

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