Transfer talk today surrounds Chelsea’s Ivorian striker / winger Salomon Kalou with suggestions that Spurs will move for the player in the summer.
If Kalou fails to agree any terms with the Stamford Bridge club over a new contract then he will be a free agent at the end of the season and in those terms alone, surely he is worth considering?
The player is still only 26 and since arriving at Chelsea in 2006 he averages around a goal every five games. Not great for an out an out striker but pretty good for a man who combines centre forward duties with his wing play.
With much depending on Tottenham’s final league placing, if Eden Hazard is a non-starter could Kalou make an admirable deputy?

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  1. You have to take this on board we have bought players from her clubs and they are what i call Cinderella players. This is why we bought hard working Pienaar and he sat on our bench we paid 12 million for Palacios he sits on Stokes bench i will put it this way there other clubs get more out of them than we do.

  2. A number of positions need to be addressed really.

    GK – we need competition/successor to Friedel
    options: Adler, Kapino, Butland, ter Stegen

    LB – again competition/rotation for BAE
    options: Cissokho, Vertonghen, Rakitskiy (last two can play LCB too, which arguably needs covering as the majority of our centre halves are right footed)

    RW – Lennon’s fitness is temperamental and VDV cannot play a winger’s role
    options: Hoilett, Moses, Hazard, Krasic, Robben, Johnson (all of which are seemingly able to play on both wings)

    ST: At the end of the season we’ll only have one for sure…JD
    options: Damiao, Huntelaar, Rossi

    It’s possible we’ll need a replace Bale
    options: above, Griezemann and Vargas

    and maybe Modric
    options: Sigurdsson, Kovacic, Ganso, Gourcuff, Kagawa

    and then probably Harry…
    options: Moyes, Rodgers, Mourinho……..

    Wishful thinking eh?

  3. How about Marcelo Bielsa for the coming season?
    Bilbao plays sensational football, and that is what we want at The Lane. Or?

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