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Ba`s Going

At the end of the season we`re under no illusion that, as the squad continues to evolve, there will be changes on the striker front.

At the moment we can only guess as to who will come in through the in-door.

However, it seems pretty certain that Demba Ba will be heading for the out-door.

The 28 year-old Senegalese international has played no more than a bit part this season and is already talking about his departure, commenting in the media this morning,

"My agent has spoken to the club about a departure and he has started speaking with other clubs about a contract for next year."

"I hope we can find the best option possible. I`d like to stay in England. I like other league, too. I`d like to try the Italian league."

"Nothing`s been confirmed but there are a few teams in Italy who play very good football."

Ba, although having scored some crucial goals, has never hit the scoring heights of his Newcastle days, although some would say he`s never been given a run of games to do so.

However, it`ll certainly be interesting to see where Demba ends up this summer!

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Writer: Merlin Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 26 2014

Time: 7:32AM

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I think he will leave nothing against him he's scored some nice goals for us but I think he was a bit of a panic buy,we really need much more from a Chelsea forward
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26/03/2014 09:26:00

That United goal will always be remembered.
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26/03/2014 09:33:00

He almost went to Trabonzpour in Jan, but had to call off the deal as Torres was injured against ManU. He will surely leave to Turkey or Italy in summer. We will get the money we paid. Breakeven. Maybe we can use him & Torres as swap for Costa (If At.Madrid are interested)
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26/03/2014 10:59:00

just want to highlight Danny sturridges stats.... to those fools who said he would not be a 30+ goal striker....33 goals in 42 appearances with still 8 games to go
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26/03/2014 13:14:00

the same fools are saying about lukaku now.......
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26/03/2014 18:54:00

Thank you Shlok27. The Chelsea clairvoyants are wrong again. Farewell,Ba.
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