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Roman ready to make it rain

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ramos.jpgWe've all read the rumors regarding Leo Messi's proposed move to Chelsea. Now comes word that Roman noodles is dropping more wads.

This time, it's in front of Real Madrid defender, and part time homoerotic soothsayer, Sergio Ramos. El Mundo, among others, reports Abramovich met with Ramos and his brother (agent) earlier in the week about a move. The switch to London would nearly double his currently salary in Madrid -- €7m after tax (whoa). Those initial salary numbers were supposedly accepted by the Ramos court (chea). The transfer fee being thrown around is an £55 million (absurd). But, when you're Romes, does it really matter?

Though Ramos has since moved into central defense, he began his career as a right-back. Seeing as the right side has been problematic for us over the past two-three years, this would be ideal if we could slot him there. Real are said to be open to the deal, which would free up some payola so they could pursue their main transfer targets -- mainly Cesc and CRonaldo.

What do you guys think of this possible move? Not that my opinion really matters, but I say if Roman wants to make it rain then who am I to say no, especially when these guys are young studs. Grab an umbrella.

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