Chelsea Set To Say Bye Bye To Ba

Chelsea Set To Say Bye Bye To BaJose Mourinho has begun his revamp process at the club, and has reportedly given Demba Ba the nod to find a new club, and the Senegalese striker has already held talks with Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala over a proposed move.

Chelsea are working on multiple transfer deals, in order to bring top players in, and to move the players with less quality out of the club. Mourinho faces a big challenge ahead, but has already started the groundwork behind the scenes. The striker’s position is a vital concern for the manager, and he has to ensure the perfect combination is deployed in time for the next season. The club faces a daunting task of participating in multiple competitions throughout next season, and the depth of the squad is of prime importance. Arguably, the two priorities for Mourinho and Roman Abramovich will be the Barclays Premier League and the UEFA Champions League, and to succeed, Mourinho will have to buy a star striker.

Ba was touted as a bargain-buy last winter when the Senegalese was bought for a fee in the region of £7 million from Newcastle United. However, given the presence of Fernando Torres, Ba’s appearances were restricted. Also, the club’s midfield combination of Juan Mata, Ramires and Eden Hazard had diverted Chelsea’s approach from a club depending on its strikers, to a club depending on its attacking midfielders.

In his short stint at Chelsea, Ba scored 2 goals in 14 Premier League appearances for the club, but did not really deliver to the Stamford Bridge faithful, as a nasty broken nose did not help him. Also, given the club’s continuing talks with Napoli over the purchase of Edinson Cavani, it is likely that considering his age, Ba may be surplus to requirements for Mourinho.

Chelsea fans will look forward to seeing Romelu Lukaku play his first full season at the club as a first team member, after the Belgian showed impressive form away on loan at West Bromwich Albion.

According to ESPN, Ba was reportedly offered a return to West Ham United, but the striker has turned down that chance, as he looks to Anzhi for a new challenge in Russia.

25 Responses to “Chelsea Set To Say Bye Bye To Ba”

  • haamz Says:

    Wish his transfer this time around is for real cos I can’t wait 2 see lukaku establish himself in chelsea up chelsea!!!

  • jacob Says:

    Me too pls he has 2 go as quick as possible, lukaku n oda young strickers has 2 establish their self

  • hollyman Says:

    I think they shuld av gv him a chance this season just like Torres

  • samaras Says:

    Ba is a good player,but we’ve seen his ability he can not solve d striking predicamet dat chelsea were let him go,best of luck

  • Boniface Says:

    Ba is a good player, mouriho should give him a second.

  • Igho Says:

    He wil be wishin he neva came 2 chelsea

  • victor onyinye igwe Says:

    So bad 4 ba cf pls

  • REALITY Says:

    No doubt, Ba is gud bt as u all knw chelsea is a big club nd wudnt want 2 gamble wit a striker’s position lyk Benitez did. He cud stil b successful in another club. Wishn him al d bst nd tanx 4 being a CHELSEAFC player!.

  • JAMENC Says:

    Ba help us in sme great game,bt i wish him luck as he’s abt 2 go

  • ocybo Says:

    Let him go in peace, stil young 2 achivm more in his fotball career. I wish Cavani deal cn b seal 2 Cfc i wil b more plssss.

  • Ossey Says:

    Gudluck 2 him.. Ba should b sacrifised 4 a better striker to avoid had i known

  • bish Says:

    Ba is a gud player nd still ll be a gud player. He has d potential thats y chelsea went 4 him bt d problem is that chelsea r so much in a hast 4 result. Ba is beta than Torres 4 nw.

  • pascal Says:

    Ba is a gud plyer bt cfc is a big club dt nid 2 be wining.let hm go an i wsh hm d best of luck an i luv him.cfc 4eva

  • adebisi adedayo Says:

    Ba is a good player but hïs weak point is that he cannot run very well and he doesn’t have gøal sense

  • nnadi ebuka Says:

    this z nt fair ba derserves anoda chance jst like torres so he wnt regret joinin cfc, he jst joined cfc last middle of season atlist he z a beta stricker dan torres pple ar jst under rating hm bic he z a black nd african or maybe his age if torres shud be given anoda yr i tink ba also deserves it, no1 shud be treated special bt equal

  • Olosco Says:

    Most of cfc fans ar ingrate. Y nt send Torres out instead of sendng Ba out of cfc? I tink Ba is far beter than Torres in all aspect, is just dat Benetez didnt gav him much chance to prov hm self. So Torres out and Ba shld stay and Suarez in instead of Cavani.

  • Ollygee Says:

    Ba, is a good player i want him to stay and Torres should find a new club. Demba i doff my cap!

  • chinedu ojiako Says:

    Know know know. Why nah. Chelsea. Day should give him another chance. Ba is better than toress

  • adam chum makame Says:

    ya. jus give im anoder chance. who knows? the other strikers might get injured out there, so at least we shall have a good bench players. likewise we play many tournaments and a marathon league.i think bar shud be remained for one more time in life.

  • ebramovic Says:

    i wish de gv him a change dis season. he will deliver..

  • Vincent Says:

    Ba is gud 2 me,at least he deserve a beta chance dan tores.d kind of striker cfc need is ba,bcos he has strenght in atackin bt tores is 2 soft 2 atack.

  • ayozeeboy Says:

    Wish him good luck

  • desthny Says:

    Ba is a gud player,so fans let he stay

  • monyomiji Says:

    with mourinho idealogy i donot understand da way he is heading why do he want to sell away young player who will be a furture potential to club.anyway let see him with his news machenism ba oyee he will be beating u like daxt one of daniel st in liverpool who was beanched throughout da session without chance given.

  • Colbash Says:

    Cfc need a star striker bt s nt by sale BA wn wil Chelsea provide dy own striker?
    Dy shld gv him a chance to improve jst lik wt assena FC s doin.
    Cfc sale nemax matic nd 2day dy lokin 4 away to sing him back

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