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Transfer targets 2020/21

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57 minutes ago, lcfc sheff said:

Antony?

Cunha?

Olise?

 

someone around the 18-21 age bracket for £30m, similar to the fofana deal and hopefully just as successful. Although I do think the top two I’ve suggested will probs be £40m+ realistically 

 

Cunha would be sensational. Not sure hertha are too impressed recently after their coaches comments but he has unbelievable talent 

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11 minutes ago, happy85 said:

Reading boss Veljko Paunovic says he is not aware of an £8M release clause in the contract of Tottenham Hotspur target Michael Olise:

🗣“No, not at all [aware of it]. Michael is being protected, supported & is playing games more than ever.”

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34 minutes ago, Ric Flair said:

If we can get Slimani gone and Milik looks like he will leave in January then I think we'll push for him. Can't risk waiting until the summer and missing him for a third time.

Milik blows very hot and cold

Superb one week, looks lost the next

On his day though, really good 

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If it would only cost a portion of his wage I’d try and get Ozil on loan.

 

Not going to kick a ball there regardless of how poor they are and could help us unlock tight defences who sit back against us.

 

Will probably get slaughtered for this but a player of his type is the immediate thing we are missing (especially when Maddison is not on it) 

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Just now, Jazzy_Jeff said:

If it would only cost a portion of his wage I’d try and get Ozil on loan.

 

Not going to kick a ball there regardless of how poor they are and could help us unlock tight defences who sit back against us.

 

Will probably get slaughtered for this but a player of his type is the immediate thing we are missing (especially when Maddison is not on it) 

I can see the logic but, personally, this only works if

- he's fit
- the finances work
- there's somebody on the other end who can put the ball in the net

If Vardy's out then we will struggle massively. I'd favour a proper second striker, instead of Nacho. 

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1 minute ago, fox_up_north said:

I can see the logic but, personally, this only works if

- he's fit
- the finances work
- there's somebody on the other end who can put the ball in the net

If Vardy's out then we will struggle massively. I'd favour a proper second striker, instead of Nacho. 

There is literally zero logic to signing Ozil. 

 

He's a liability both on and off the field

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1 minute ago, Jazzy_Jeff said:

If it would only cost a portion of his wage I’d try and get Ozil on loan.

 

Not going to kick a ball there regardless of how poor they are and could help us unlock tight defences who sit back against us.

 

Will probably get slaughtered for this but a player of his type is the immediate thing we are missing (especially when Maddison is not on it) 

Slaughtered is the least of it. Watch Tielemans our next match.

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3 hours ago, Ric Flair said:

The ideal back up striker for us, a game changer who can play in a front two as well. Still only 26.

I think you'd be wholly disappointed by him. Remember watching him at Euro 2016 where he couldn't hit a barn door. We need a proper alternative to Vardy that doesn't require us to change our play, someone with pace.

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2 minutes ago, Blue and white said:

I think you'd be wholly disappointed by him. Remember watching him at Euro 2016 where he couldn't hit a barn door. We need a proper alternative to Vardy that doesn't require us to change our play, someone with pace.

The issue with having a like for like alternative is you can only ever play 1 at a time and try keeping the alternative remotely happy. Milik and Vardy as a pairing would work, plus he can play up top on his own. 

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11 minutes ago, Blue and white said:

I think you'd be wholly disappointed by him. Remember watching him at Euro 2016 where he couldn't hit a barn door. We need a proper alternative to Vardy that doesn't require us to change our play, someone with pace.

Never going to happen. Closest we could get is someone who works hard up the top end, defends from the front, get them young and teach them the rest.

 

I did hear of some guy.....from....Holstein Kiel I think...... :ph34r:

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