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Today’s overview: Are Manchester City trying to become the new Chelsea?

Over-excitedly labelling the Man City-John Terry link as potentially “one of the more astounding transfers of modern times,†Daniel Taylor tells his Guardian readership that “potential for an end-of-season move is not as remote as Chelsea supporters would like to believe.†The Daily Mail’s Neil Ashton adds that “City believe they can lure Chelsea captain John Terry at the end of the season with an offer to double his £120,000-a-week wages.†And the Citizens transformation into the truly becoming the new Chelsea could be furthered according to Jim White, who claims that “Peter Kenyon is apparently being considered by the club’s Abu Dhabi owners to replace Gary Cook at the helm of the world’s wealthiest football organisation.â€

Both deals could be agreeable to the Blues provided they receive adequate compensation, particular with Jeremy Wilson reporting that “according to Finans, a Russian business magazine, Abramovich’s total wealth has fallen from $23 billion to $13.9 billion, although he still remains second on the list of Russia’s most wealthy individuals.â€

Alan Hansen casts his eye over Chelsea calling for unity in the squad. “What you have got to have are players who want to do well, not only for them-selves but for the club. It is impossible for all Chelsea’s players to like each other – human nature dictates otherwise – but it is not about liking, it is about relying on one another when you go out on the pitch.†Following on the same theme, many of the papers (including the Telegraph’s Ian Chadband) today report how Michael Ballack is insisting that he was not part of the internal group who wanted Scolari out of the club.


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Both deals could be agreeable to the Blues provided they receive adequate compensation

what would you say.....

bout £20mil for terry

unfortunately that will be negated by the money we have to pay city to take kenyon off our hands ;)

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