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Realistically, it will probably be nothing more than a striker, a #10 and a backup keeper. Other than that, I'd sign a CB who can also play full back, but I don't see it. Maybe a Moreno replacement at left back too. 

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4 hours ago, Trumo said:

I reckon Markovic will go in the summer.

 

 

 

Maybe.

He's already gone. We are gonna struggle to hit 10 pages.

 

On a serious note, we will need:

1) Backup striker - Sturridge and Origi going and Ings already gone but with Brewster coming in, we'll probably need one guy (Werner preferred but will he come here to be 2nd choice behind Bobby)

2) backup RB - Gomez has to stay as first choice CB after VVD

3) Backup LB - Moreno going thankfully. Linked with Bristol City left back who'll also helps with homegrown quota. Maybe Adam Lewis could step up. Laxalt rumoured as cover for both lb and lw.

4) Replacement for Lallana 

5) Replacement for Milner if he goes - Rabiot please.

6) One world class CAM

7) Backup goalie coz Mignolet will leave

 

Don't really have to spend big except maybe on a striker and a CAM. 

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we'll probably need to add about half a sozen players with the likely players going out too - although some of those may come from the academy. personally I see us spending next to nothing net. 

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7 minutes ago, Barry Wom said:

we'll probably need to add about half a sozen players with the likely players going out too - although some of those may come from the academy. personally I see us spending next to nothing net. 

Why go half a sozen when you can get away with going full sozen?

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Out:

 

Markovic

Lallana

Lovren

Moreno

Sturridge

Origi

Clyne

Mignolet

 

In:

 

Rebic

De Ligt

Milinkovic-Savic

Tonali

Sessegnon

 

Also some young keeper thats decent 

 

 

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31 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Out:

 

Markovic

Lallana

Lovren

Moreno

Sturridge

Origi

Clyne

Mignolet

 

In:

 

Rebic

De Ligt

Milinkovic-Savic

Tonali

Sessegnon

 

Also some young keeper thats decent 

 

 

Are these wants or ITK exclusives?

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13 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

Are these wants or ITK exclusives?

Wants obviously. What the fuck do I know. 

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