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We know there's more pressing issues in other positions but why don't we get Morata, as well has getting a top striker it would piss Utd off as well,it's worth a try.

Yeah I'd love us to be in for him, I think he's really good.

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Lacazette will tear the premiership up next season, exactly who we should have bought.

Very good player, may regret it, may not. I will trust Klopp on things for the time being.

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Very good player, may regret it, may not. I will trust Klopp on things for the time being.

It's not Klopp now. He has his targets , the club needs to get the rest done. I don't trust them. Hope they prove me wrong

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Where an actual decent striker would help is when our attempt at 1000mph mega press doesn't work in the first 20mins.

 

We very quickly run out steam and ideas. Unless Coutinho is on song and rescuing us with 30 yard screamers we tend to go missing, particulaly the midfield where we lack a leader. And as we dont actually have a forward playing we just start to ponderously try and "work" it forward while Klopp has a go at the Kop.

 

Until there are 10mins left, then we chuck on any academy/injured/makeshift forward we can find with the view that we actually have to score a goal very soon or we might not win    

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Lacazette's costing Arsenal £50m+ I'd much rather Aubameyang for an extra £10m, it's a no brainer for me. I don't think Morata is worth anywhere near what Madrid want for him, that's part of the problem with him I can't see anyone paying £75m for him hence why Utd have made the ridiculous switch to Lukaku. £75m to cement your status as a rich Tony Pulis, Mourinho will be spunking in his pants at the thought of Felliani and Lukaku challenging for headers in the last minute.

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City fire sale. Somebody ring them and ask for a quote on Sane...

 

 

So we can make them an inSane bid of about 2.4 million via twitter? Good plan 

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I seem to be at odds with most on here cos I think Alvaro Morata is fantastic. Would love to sign him, ahead of Lukaku and Lacazette by some distance for me.

 

Still think our budget is set aside for Keita and VVD, a left back and poss AOC.

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City fire sale. Somebody ring them and ask for a quote on Sane...

We've agreed terms with his agents brothers ma's best mate all that needs to happen now is him to actually want to come to us and city want to sell

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That fee will prove to be a steal.

Not when City have capped the buy back price at a pittance meaning they can gauge the market and sell him on whenever they like.
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No weeks of talk about it, supposed agreements and rows between clubs.

 

What the fuck!

It's remarkable how fuss-free things can be when, seeking to buy a player, a club first contacts his employer, enquires discreetly about his availability, and meets the asking price.

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It's remarkable how fuss-free things can be when, seeking to buy a player, a club first contacts his employer, enquires discreetly about his availability, and meets the asking price.

Like Mane, and less like Leicesters pursuit of other players that were drawn out.

 

It's almost like it's transfer dependent instead of one club does everything perfectly and another everything wrong.

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No weeks of talk about it, supposed agreements and rows between clubs.

 

What the fuck!

 

The talking might have been going on for a number of weeks but because Leicester are not as high-profile as us, most of it will not have made national or even social media. I wouldn't just assume that Leicester contacted Man CIty today enquiring about the player and then made an offer, as you and others seem to be insinuating with your sniping. Where our club is certainly open to criticism is with the way they manage to piss off so many clubs. It's not a Michael Edwards thing, an Ian Ayre thing or even an FSG thing, although they have all been a significant part of the problem. We were getting pulled up for all sorts of shit going back as far as Houllier's time as manager.

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Liverpool fans during a transfer window: 'How am I doing, boss?'

 

Hysterical teenage girls at a One Direction show: 'You're doing a great job, son... a great job!'

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We've agreed terms with his agents brothers ma's best mate all that needs to happen now is him to actually want to come to us and city want to sell

Just waiting on 3 weeks of constant Melissa Reddy updates on Redmen TV and TAW without her actually saying anything of note.

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