Cost less that Falcao or Cavani. Better than Bony (educated guess). Good at playing nice passing football, as they do at Bilbao, but also good in the air and good at hold up play. Can teach Lukaku a thing or two and is not too young to obstruct his [B.Roms] development. Being European champs and general merkers it should be easy enough to get him ahead of the reported competition of Juve, Arsenal, Spurs etc. Other Spaniards in our squad will make it easy for him to settle from the dreaded January move. You never know maybe we could even send Nando the other way as part of the deal! Imagine..
Still would cost a few bob. Not young. Doesn't follow the idea of buying young talent. Although contractual situation means he won't be as expensive as he should (a world class <(debatable I suppose?) striker in his prime). Would obviously wreck Nandos confidence (nothing to wreck) and incur infinite headlines about him being ousted by his fellow countryman (and namesake) blah blah blah..
Extra-Pro: Also looks like Stamford the Lion
Such good strikers rarely end up in contract situations like this and although there is bound to be some minor bidding war, this looks like best solution to our dearth of depth <(u luv it) upfront. Sorted then. Off you go E-man
Sign Llorente if possible?
Yes, sign him up (50 votes)
No, break the bank on Falcao/Cavani, we're a top club we can't settle for less (36 votes)
No, break the bank on xyz (4 votes)
No, I don't watch Chelsea and I can happily say we do not need another striker (1 vote)
No, spend reasonable but not excessive £ on young talent e.g. Bony etcetcetc (20 votes)
111 total votes