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Jack Cork To Burnley (Loan). Di Santo Wanted By Panathinaikos + Chelsea Beat Man U To Sign 14 Year Old Prodigy

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three for the price of one:

Burnley hope to seal a deal for Jack Cork on season-long loan from Chelsea

Burnley are hoping to sign Chelsea midfielder Jack Cork on another season loan.

The 21-year-old impressed towards the end of last season scoring one goal in 11 games.

Chelsea striker Franco Di Santo, who has interested Wigan and Bolton, is wanted on loan by Panathinaikos.

Chelsea have pipped Manchester United to Burkina Faso midfield prodigy Bertrand Traore, 14.


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If it means more playing time for Cork, then it can't be a good move but I also feel it'll be a chance of him to show off to other clubs.

Also, I think Di Santo is as good as done at Chelsea, which is a shame because I had high hopes for him, and felt he could be our new Crespo

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I want to know more about this 14 year old prodigy

Take this out of the context and it may sound disturbing :laugh2:

Franco could do well in the Championship or in some other country perhaps. I see no development in Franco from the time he got here. We should sell him no matter what.

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well out of these three potential deals, i think we've already signed Bertrand Traore, Jack Cork has gone to Burnley on loan, and Di Santo to Panathinaikos has fallen through, with Wigan currently thought to be in taking Di Santo on a season-long loan.

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