Date: 24th January 2019 at 4:43pm
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Any aspirations Chelsea have of adding Leandro Paredes to their midfield quota, look to be fading fast.

Paredes, linked to Chelsea earlier in the January transfer window, Click Here, was seen by many as the ideal fit for our side.

However, according to the news source, the Telegraph, the 24-year-old is set to leave the Russian club, Zenit St Petersburg, for the romantic setting of Paris Saint-Germain.

Quite why Paredes would seem to prefer the barely competitive La Ligue compared to the Premier League, we can only speculate about.

We could also debate, all day, whether Chelsea’s interest in Parades was genuine or simply the figment of an over-active mind of an errant journalist.

But, getting straight to the point, if Gonzalo Higuain, as a loan signing, is the sum of our transfer activity when it comes to boosting the squad then I’d suggest it will have been a pretty poor and very unproductive January transfer window.

Is that a view you concur with or do you beg to differ?

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One Reply to “Chelsea Headed Towards A Poor And Unproductive January Transfer Window”

  • Abramovich had a great financial year, but for us, more of the same left to the mercy of Marina and Scott Maclachlan, here we are once again with being 3/4 players short of being a great team, yet expected to compete with the best . Right now we are closer to Arsenal at the end of Wenger’s tenure , than we are to City, who took our model and ran with it .

    Imagine if we get this two-year transfer ban ?

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