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Everton agree £75M deal with Man Utd for Lukaku

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Signing of the summer! As a United fan I was getting increasingly irritated with the apparent back and forth with Real Madrid for Morata. Apparently it was a banker that Lukaku was heading to Chelsea… Read More
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2w, 6d agoPosted 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Signing of the summer!

As a United fan I was getting increasingly irritated with the apparent back and forth with Real Madrid for Morata. Apparently it was a banker that Lukaku was heading to Chelsea.

Out of nowhere Big Ed Woodward finally proves himself and gets this deal done. Proven Premier League striker who is only 24 yet World Class.

This impacts so much. It's a big fingers up to Perez and Real Madrid. We won't be going after Morata and they won't be getting De Gea. This also means without selling Morata to someone else for big bucks they won't be able to get Mbappe

Also, it frustrates Chelsea and hopefully means we won't be going after Matic and can instead focus on the much better Fabinho from Monaco.
I've got a feeling Morata will go to AC Milan and Conte will quit Chelsea!

Where's our resident Stamford Bridge season ticket holder now?

X)
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2w, 6d agoPosted 2 weeks, 6 days ago
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and I thought Lukaku wanted to be ambitious?

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suspended 8 Likes #1
and I thought Lukaku wanted to be ambitious?
#2
£74 million cash and Wayne Rooney?
1 Like #3
fivegoldstars
£74 million cash and Wayne Rooney?

Separate deal.
Happy for us to give Rooney a golden hand shake and let him join them on a free.
2 Likes #4
Chiptivo
and I thought Lukaku wanted to be ambitious?


United may have finished sixth but that's old news and we are still in the Champions League group stages.
This is a signing of intent. We are creating a team that could rival Barca/Madrid/Bayren in a few seasons.
1 Like #5
Yikes, how much??? Is he really worth it? With this crazy high price I feel being a Gooner the signing of Lacazette is a good deal :D
#6
Really hope this is true.
1 Like #7
I will, begrudgingly, say that it does seem like a good signing.
Not sure where he will fit in Mourinho's team though - has he ever played in a 6-4-0?
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darthvader666uk
Yikes, how much??? Is he really worth it? With this crazy high price I feel being a Gooner the signing of Lacazette is a good deal :D

The money is irrelevant in new era.

But yes I'd pay £25M more than Lacazette. Laca is decent but unproven in a much tougher league whereas Lukaku has been banging them in for seasons. Remember he came of the bench for West Brom in Fergie's last ever game and got a hat trick. Think he was only 18 or 19 then?

There is so much you have to take into consideration - talent, potential, age, prior history, relationship with other players, marketability, etc etc
Lukaku ticks all those boxes.
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fivegoldstars
I will, begrudgingly, say that it does seem like a good signing.Not sure where he will fit in Mourinho's team though - has he ever played in a 6-4-0?


???

We have on out and out striker - Rashford.
The one position where we needed a player was up top.

Jose will stick with 4 3 3 or 4 3 2 1
1 Like #10
Excellent bit of business if it goes through
4 Likes #11
dtovey89
\x09Where's our resident Stamford Bridge season ticket holder now?X)


I think the angle may go along the lines of Mourinho signing a player for circa 3 times the fee he sold him for in 2014 - with a healthy % now going back to Chelsea via a likely sell-on clause. Add a reference to Mata in a similar, if indirect fashion, plus a potential excessive fee for Matic, and concluded with the line about Mourinho not being the same since Real Madrid.

I think that will just about cover it. :D
1 Like #12
Saturn
I think the angle may go along the lines of Mourinho signing a player for circa 3 times the fee he sold him for in 2014 - with a healthy % now going back to Chelsea via a likely sell-on clause. Add a reference to Mata in a similar, if indirect fashion, plus a potential excessive fee for Matic, and concluded with the line about Mourinho not being the same since Real Madrid.I think that will just about cover it. :D


You're right even though all of those are simply excuses.

The fact is we have and always will be a bigger club than Chelsea and can still draw in talent like Lukaku.
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dtovey89
fivegoldstars
I will, begrudgingly, say that it does seem like a good signing.
Not sure where he will fit in Mourinho's team though - has he ever played in a 6-4-0?
???
We have on out and out striker - Rashford.
The one position where we needed a player was up top.
Jose will stick with 4 3 3 or 4 3 2 1
4-3-3 X)
Jose makes more use of a big red bus than the Leave campaign! :p
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fivegoldstars
dtovey89
fivegoldstars
I will, begrudgingly, say that it does seem like a good signing.
Not sure where he will fit in Mourinho's team though - has he ever played in a 6-4-0?
???
We have on out and out striker - Rashford.
The one position where we needed a player was up top.
Jose will stick with 4 3 3 or 4 3 2 1
4-3-3 X)
Jose makes more use of a big red bus than the Leave campaign! :p

4 3 3 is a common Jose formation...
1 Like #15
dtovey89
The money is irrelevant in new era.But yes I'd pay £25M more than Lacazette. Laca is decent but unproven in a much tougher league whereas Lukaku has been banging them in for seasons. Remember he came of the bench for West Brom in Fergie's last ever game and got a hat trick. Think he was only 18 or 19 then? There is so much you have to take into consideration - talent, potential, age, prior history, relationship with other players, marketability, etc etcLukaku ticks all those boxes.

I understand where you are coming from as Lukaku has been in the premiership for a while but I dont think he's is worth it. Hope im right as I dont want Man U up above us this season :D
#16
Excellent, Proven goal scorer, No brainer. I was shocked when Lacazette signed for Arsenal.

Morata might have been another Di Maria.

It would be nice to get our signings over and done with before our preseason tour.
#17
darthvader666uk
dtovey89
The money is irrelevant in new era.But yes I'd pay £25M more than Lacazette. Laca is decent but unproven in a much tougher league whereas Lukaku has been banging them in for seasons. Remember he came of the bench for West Brom in Fergie's last ever game and got a hat trick. Think he was only 18 or 19 then? There is so much you have to take into consideration - talent, potential, age, prior history, relationship with other players, marketability, etc etcLukaku ticks all those boxes.
I understand where you are coming from as Lukaku has been in the premiership for a while but I dont think he's is worth it. Hope im right as I dont want Man U up above us this season :D

If Lukaku isn't worth £75M then Lacazzete isn't worth £53M
#18
Never understood why Chelsea sold him in the first place, he proved in his loan spells at the Baggies and Everton he was a class player.

Edited By: spoo on Jul 06, 2017 11:55
#19
dtovey89
If Lukaku isn't worth £75M then Lacazzete isn't worth £53M

Agreed he isnt worth £53M, no one is. Is Lacazzete a better play than Lukaku? Hell yeah!
#20
darthvader666uk
dtovey89
If Lukaku isn't worth £75M then Lacazzete isn't worth £53M
Agreed he isnt worth £53M, no one is. Is Lacazzete a better play than Lukaku? Hell yeah!

Is he though?, French league is very poor.
#21
OP, a reasonable signing. 'Lukaku world class' :D
#22
darthvader666uk
dtovey89
If Lukaku isn't worth £75M then Lacazzete isn't worth £53M
Agreed he isnt worth £53M, no one is. Is Lacazzete a better play than Lukaku? Hell yeah!

Said no one ever.
#23
OllieSt
OP, a reasonable signing. 'Lukaku world class' :D

Lukaku is easily in the top 10 strikers in the world.
In the current market no one but a troll would describe signing Lukaku as "reasonable"
3 Likes #24
dtovey89
Lukaku is easily in the top 10 strikers in the world.In the current market no one but a troll would describe signing Lukaku as "reasonable"


Completely unproven striker at a big club.
#25
OllieSt
dtovey89
OllieSt
OP, a reasonable signing. 'Lukaku world class' :D
Lukaku is easily in the top 10 strikers in the world.
In the current market no one but a troll would describe signing Lukaku as "reasonable"
Completely unproven striker at a big club.

X)

Would have won the Golden Boot if Hull didn't crumble against Spurs near the end of last season.
2 Likes #26
Well done on potentially signing player who doesn't show up in the big games - when you need a game changer, at £75M you're not getting that. As a Chelsea fan it's a huge relief we haven't fell into the trap of paying that for him.
In fact, what's more, is Mourinho's clear discontent at Lukaku having missed the penalty against Munich in the Super Cup (ultimately his last kick of the ball for Chelsea) - I cannot envisage a great working relationship from the offset, in fact cannot envisage this being a Mourinho approved first choice signing.
#27
Don't know how much I want this deal to go through. Lukaku is a flat-track bully. Good at scoring against the littler teams, but has proven repeatedly that he can be quite comfortably managed by some of the better defences. Though, you might argue that it was those games against the weaker teams, and not being able to score in them, that cost us a title challenge last season. So maybe in that respect he is a perfect fit?

He needs to learn some touch and close control, but he is young still so he might be able to improve at that.

£75m is the right money. Jury is out on whether lukaku is the right player I think.
#28
ikskwizituk
Well done on potentially signing player who doesn't show up in the big games - when you need a game changer, at £75M you're not getting that. As a Chelsea fan it's a huge relief we haven't fell into the trap of paying that for him.
In fact, what's more, is Mourinho's clear discontent at Lukaku having missed the penalty against Munich in the Super Cup (ultimately his last kick of the ball for Chelsea) - I cannot envisage a great working relationship from the offset, in fact cannot envisage this being a Mourinho approved first choice signing.

Here come the Chelsea fans X)
I'm sure Conte totally agrees with you X)
#29
SuperDan
Don't know how much I want this deal to go through. Lukaku is a flat-track bully. Good at scoring against the littler teams, but has proven repeatedly that he can be quite comfortably managed by some of the better defences. Though, you might argue that it was those games against the weaker teams, and not being able to score in them, that cost us a title challenge last season. So maybe in that respect he is a perfect fit?

He needs to learn some touch and close control, but he is young still so he might be able to improve at that.

£75m is the right money. Jury is out on whether lukaku is the right player I think.

Who else is available?
Aubemeyang is probably off to China or PSG.
Lewendowski is staying at Bayren.
No one else from either Madrid teams or Barca are available.

Morata isn't as good as Lukaku. He couldn't really force himself into Juve or Real Madrid's (twice) plans.
He is a good player but if you're splashing the cash then always go for the more proven player who also happens to be younger.

Edited By: dtovey89 on Jul 06, 2017 12:33
#30
dtovey89
ikskwizituk
Well done on potentially signing player who doesn't show up in the big games - when you need a game changer, at £75M you're not getting that. As a Chelsea fan it's a huge relief we haven't fell into the trap of paying that for him.
In fact, what's more, is Mourinho's clear discontent at Lukaku having missed the penalty against Munich in the Super Cup (ultimately his last kick of the ball for Chelsea) - I cannot envisage a great working relationship from the offset, in fact cannot envisage this being a Mourinho approved first choice signing.
Here come the Chelsea fans X)
I'm sure Conte totally agrees with you X)
I'm sure he'd rather have Belotti.
#31
dtovey89
SuperDan
Don't know how much I want this deal to go through. Lukaku is a flat-track bully. Good at scoring against the littler teams, but has proven repeatedly that he can be quite comfortably managed by some of the better defences. Though, you might argue that it was those games against the weaker teams, and not being able to score in them, that cost us a title challenge last season. So maybe in that respect he is a perfect fit?
He needs to learn some touch and close control, but he is young still so he might be able to improve at that.
£75m is the right money. Jury is out on whether lukaku is the right player I think.
Who else is available?
Aubemeyang is probably off to China or PSG.
Lewendowski is staying at Bayren.
No one else from either Madrid teams or Barca are available.
Morata isn't as good as Lukaku. He couldn't really force himself into Juve or Real Madrid's (twice) plans.
He is a good player but if you're splashing the cash then always go for the more proven player who also happens to be younger.

I'm not sure. There maybe isn't really anyone I'd rather have. Lukaku isn't as good as aguero though. He isn't as good as Costa. He isn't as good as Sanchez. He isn't as good as Kane.

Not saying those players are available, but they all came from somewhere that wasn't the premier league, and none of them cost £75million. I know we got Rooney from Everton, but that was as he was breaking through the ranks.

If lukaku turns out to be the best signing ever and wins golden boot for the next five seasons on the trot then I'll be chuffed to bits. I just don't know whether that's what's going to happen or not.
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ikskwizituk
Well done on potentially signing player who doesn't show up in the big games - when you need a game changer, at £75M you're not getting that. As a Chelsea fan it's a huge relief we haven't fell into the trap of paying that for him.
In fact, what's more, is Mourinho's clear discontent at Lukaku having missed the penalty against Munich in the Super Cup (ultimately his last kick of the ball for Chelsea) - I cannot envisage a great working relationship from the offset, in fact cannot envisage this being a Mourinho approved first choice signing.
That's ok, We've got Rashford for the big games ;).
#33
shauneco
ikskwizituk
Well done on potentially signing player who doesn't show up in the big games - when you need a game changer, at £75M you're not getting that. As a Chelsea fan it's a huge relief we haven't fell into the trap of paying that for him.
In fact, what's more, is Mourinho's clear discontent at Lukaku having missed the penalty against Munich in the Super Cup (ultimately his last kick of the ball for Chelsea) - I cannot envisage a great working relationship from the offset, in fact cannot envisage this being a Mourinho approved first choice signing.
That's ok, We've got Rashford for the big games ;).
Yeah because he helped you past 6th place *sigh*
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£75 million?

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#35
ikskwizituk
shauneco
ikskwizituk
Well done on potentially signing player who doesn't show up in the big games - when you need a game changer, at £75M you're not getting that. As a Chelsea fan it's a huge relief we haven't fell into the trap of paying that for him.
In fact, what's more, is Mourinho's clear discontent at Lukaku having missed the penalty against Munich in the Super Cup (ultimately his last kick of the ball for Chelsea) - I cannot envisage a great working relationship from the offset, in fact cannot envisage this being a Mourinho approved first choice signing.
That's ok, We've got Rashford for the big games ;).
Yeah because he helped you past 6th place *sigh*
Still, won more trophies than Chelsea last season.

Edited By: shauneco on Jul 06, 2017 12:54
#36
If Rooney does go the other way, I'd be interested to see the odds on a yes/no Rooney to outscore Lukaku in the PL bet.
2 Likes #37
shauneco
Still, won more trophies than Chelsea last season.

Hmm.. winning the Shield, League Cup & Europa League (a cup Mourinho said when he was Chelsea would be embarrassing to participate in) OR winning the Premier League?
Can see how delusional Man Utd fans have gone. Arsenalesque.
#38
sky back tracked saying not done deal , ha what a shambles for sky thought they was reliable .
Metro > Sky X)
#39
fivegoldstars
If Rooney does go the other way, I'd be interested to see the odds on a yes/no Rooney to outscore Lukaku in the PL bet.
surely this is a joke X)
#40
I remember when Cristiano Ronaldo was sold for £80 million.

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