Friday, June 24, 2005

Juventus Duo extend, club open to selling Chelsea a striker

Czech midfielder Pavel Nedved and French defender Lilian Thuram are staying put at Juventus until 2008. Nedved has been considering his retirement but has decided to play on a further two seasons. Thuram, no question slower, is still a solid defender, ala Paolo Maldini.

Rumors continue to persist that marksman David Trezeguet is on the table and that Chelsea want him. As deals go, Chelsea get a proven striker which brings in goals. I don’t recall a lot of Trezeguet tracking back, so I wonder how that would work considering Mourinho’s history with Joe Cole.

Chelsea's unsuccessful approaches for Adriano, Shevchenko and Eto’o have caused them to cast a wider net.

Looks like Kezman days are numbered. A trade for the player might not be a bad idea, as Kezman may have better luck in Italy.


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

i would rather have kezman since he is a crybaby

6/24/2005 7:48 PM  

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