I thought that might get your attention. But hear me out. This actually makes sense!
Chelsea don’t want him. You don’t need to have done much more than have watched Fernando’s few games so far since he sulked his way out of Anfield to see that he’s as popular as sexually transmitted disease at Stamford Bridge.
Drogba has clearly the whole thing very personally and aside from not passing to him he is actively engaging with his old team mates (suddenly lots of thumbs up) and the Chelsea fans (suddenly lots of nods and winks) like never before.
Chelsea don’t need him. If the supposedly elderly Ivorian is on borrowed time, surely the manager is the guy who gets to pick and introduce his replacement, not the club’s owner? Ancelotti is without doubt a top class manager, but foisting out of form £50 million players on him is a daft idea.
Spurs are always ripe for a new striker Sounds obvious because it is, but the simple things in life are best. We’re told that God loves a tryer, but Tottenham’s front men have been largely useless this season. One dimensional Defoe, awkward Pete and an under used Russian.
In short, I believe a sneaky bid for a player of Fernando’s class, that has Premiership experience would be a masterstroke. Spurs keep being linked either rubbish or unobtainable foreign superstars.
I say – let’s by him!
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