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Speaking to the Scot, Mikel noted how the anger in Ferguson was apparent, before he went on to outline how no player should turn down Manchester United.'I had Barca waiting to pounce if the legal wrangle couldn't be sorted, but felt obliged to sign for Chelsea as they'd looked after me,' Mikel added.After a year of waiting on the sidelines before getting clearance to play for the Blues, Mikel finally made his Chelsea debut on the grand stage of the Champions League on 12 September 2006, against Bulgarian club Levski Sofia.John Mikel Obi has opened up on the sensational wrangle between Manchester United and Chelsea which saw him sign deals with both clubs before giving in to Roman Abramovich and saying 'no' to Sir Alex Ferguson, twice.Mikel's eventual move to the Premier League as one of the hottest prospects in world football was marred with controversy, with the outcome seeing Chelsea pay £4million to his parent club and a further £12m to United in compensation.Such was his impact at United, despite being the tender age of 15, captain Roy Keane protected him from big tackles in training and then, along with other senior figures including Paul Scholes, urged Ferguson to sign him for the club.United offered him a staggering £1.5m contract even though he had only just left school, but Chelsea's involvement was soon to signal tides of change.After initially speaking to both representatives from United and Chelsea, the school boy made the switch to Norwegian outfit Lyn Oslo where he continued to dazzle - awaiting either of the Premier League giants to get back in touch before later penning the deal with United.

“At a time when we desperately need more affordable homes, big developers are allowed to prioritise their profits by building luxury housing while backtracking on their promises to build a fair share of affordable homes,” she said.This suggests that the use of viability assessments has an impact the provision of affordable housing.Opposition politicians have described the fact that real estate developers are able to use the loophole as “scandalous”, urging Government ministers to end the “clear abuse” of having “one rule for major corporate developers and another for the poor and vulnerable”.This gap between the council’s target and what was eventually permitted is the equivalent to 831 affordable homes – of which 706 would have been social homes, which have not been built.Of the 96 schemes granted planning permission that were analysed, 44 used a viability assessment.

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