Chelsea fans fooled by made up Star Wars transfer targets

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Chelsea fans have been fooled...again. 

That cheeky chappie from talkSPORT has been out on the the prowl around Stamford Bridge as he's asked the Blues faithful to give their opinions on potential Chelsea incomings in this January transfer window. 

He has, however, opted to create his own fictional characters, and turned to Star Wars for some magnificent inspiration. 

Next John Terry 

The names JJ. Binks and Stew Bacca may well be familiar to you...well, they're certainly familiar to a few Blues fans. 

In fact, one Chelsea fan in particular has - after being prompted - suggested that Binks could become the club's new John Terry. 

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Drogba replacement

Stew (Chew) Bacca - the 'brother' of Colombian ace Carlos Bacca - could also be heading to the Bridge, with Blues fans thinking that he could become the side's new target man, ultimately replacing veteran Didier Drogba...

Well, Drogba may well be retiring at the end of the season, but the majority of Chelsea fans will be hoping that Stew isn't the man that takes his place.

In fairness, the Blues have been linked with a number of players throughout the course of this transfer window, but the likes of Binks and Bacca won't be turning up at the Bridge anytime soon. 

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