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Just when you thought that the ridiculousness of modern-day transfer rumours could no longer surprise you, one comes along that drops your jaw to the concrete.

On the same day that 36-year-old Manchester United legend Patrice Evra, who was sacked by his former employers after karate-kicking a fan in the head, signed for West Ham United, perhaps we shouldn’t be questioning the bizarre nature of the football world.

However, when a man who was handed a 10-match ban after biting a Chelsea player is being linked with a move to Stamford Bridge, the bemusement deepens.

According to El Chiringuito TV‏, former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique could become Chelsea manager if Antonio Conte is sacked or resigns, and he wants to bring Luis Suarez with him.

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Of course, Suarez is one of the best players in the world and would tear the Premier League to shreds once again. However, he sank his teeth into a club legend, he’s not welcome here – no thank you.

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