The Preseason preparation has reached it’s crescendo. Chelsea, led by The Special One have strolled through the First part of the preseason schedule successfully in the Far East with great display of talent in front of a vociferous fans. The highlights of the preseason include a good team spirit and friendliness among the players and the manager, a good showing from young Bertrand Traore, Lukaku & the talented Kevin Debruyne. Jose Mourinho has been consistent with his promise to improve his young team and not be extravagant in the transfer market. His decision to bring back our players who were on loan, in the shape of Lukaku, Kevin Debruyne & the surprise inclusion of Tomas Kalas has proven very popular among the teaming fans who are keen to see our young players given a chance. Marko Van Ginkel has shown glimpses of his quality and Andre Schurrle doesn’t need to…
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Peter from Sportige.com says that Torres leaving is almost impossible due to financial reasons:
The main reason for Chelsea looking to offload Fernando Torres are his wages, but that also makes him almost impossible to move. Recent rumors linking the Spanish striker to Valencia might make sense from a footballing standpoint, but financially this deal just doesn’t make sense.
Valencia aren’t selling their best striker, Roberto Soldado, because of some immense pressure and a growing desire on his side to leave. They’re in huge debt, some saying as much as €400 million, forcing them to once again give up on one of their best players, like they have over the last four seasons with David Silva, David Villa, Juan Mata and now, probably Roberto Soldado to Tottenham for €30 million.
How does Fernando Torres fit into all of this? He doesn’t, really. But when looking for potential replacements, Torres will always be…
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