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Just now, Anubis said:

We’ve slapped a £30m price tag on Origi, having allegedly refused a £17m bid from Villa.

 

Considering we got more than that for Solanke, who only had about 1 senior goal at the time, Barca Slayer Origi is certainly worth more than that.

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3 minutes ago, Anubis said:

While we are at it, PL clubs have apparently voted to go back to 3 subs next season.

 

Good.

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18 minutes ago, Anubis said:

We’ve slapped a £30m price tag on Origi, having allegedly refused a £17m bid from Villa.

Really do not see anyone coming for him at that price. The majority of clubs in the league will really need to tighten their belts and he is not going to another top 6 side.

That said, for that reason, we can probably get loan deals done for Brewster and Wilson to another PL team.

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12 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Really do not see anyone coming for him at that price. The majority of clubs in the league will really need to tighten their belts and he is not going to another top 6 side.

That said, for that reason, we can probably get loan deals done for Brewster and Wilson to another PL team.

He is worth more than 17m even in the current situation 22.5m with good add ons.

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Just now, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

He is worth more than 17m even in the current situation 22.5m with good add ons.

I agree - they wanted I think 30 mil for Wilson.

 

I dont think we would go below 25m for Origi and tbh it would be difficult to find someone better for less 

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22 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

I agree - they wanted I think 30 mil for Wilson.

 

I dont think we would go below 25m for Origi and tbh it would be difficult to find someone better for less 

20m for Grujic and 15m for Wilson would be nice.

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Liverpool have submitted a bid of £10 million for Norwich City left-back Jamal Lewis, reports James Pearce.

The ---- can reveal that the Premier League champions have also offered to give Norwich a substantial sell-on clause for the Northern Ireland international.

Jurgen Klopp is a big admirer of Lewis and is keen to make the 22-year-old his first signing of the summer transfer window. He would arrive as cover for established left-back Andy Robertson. Liverpool are awaiting a response from Norwich, who had been seeking around £20 million for the talented young full-back.

Lewis, who is under contract at Carrow Road until 2023, has also attracted interest from Crystal Palace but Liverpool are the first club to table an offer.

The ----- understands that the player has his heart set on a move to Anfield and is happy to accept that he would be back-up to Robertson initially. He wants to continue his development under the guidance of Klopp and is hoping that a compromise fee can be agreed between the clubs.

If Liverpool’s bid of £10 million is rejected it remains to be seen whether sporting director Michael Edwards will make an improved offer.

The club are understood to have a number of other left-back options under consideration if they can’t land Lewis at an acceptable price. One potential alternative is Olympiakos’ Greece international Kostas Tsimikas.

Signing a left-back is a priority for Klopp. Robertson has only missed four league games in total over the past two seasons and, with no natural deputy in the squad, giving him a breather when he’s been carrying knocks has proved difficult.

James Milner has filled in admirably but, for all his defensive solidity, the 34-year-old midfielder can’t offer the same kind of attacking thrust.

The ----- revealed on Wednesday that Liverpool valued Lewis at around £10 million and were prepared to pay £8 million up front, with a further £2 million to potentially follow in add-ons.

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59 minutes ago, FrenchEyeGlass said:

Liverpool have submitted a bid of £10 million for Norwich City left-back Jamal Lewis, reports James Pearce.

The ---- can reveal that the Premier League champions have also offered to give Norwich a substantial sell-on clause for the Northern Ireland international.

Jurgen Klopp is a big admirer of Lewis and is keen to make the 22-year-old his first signing of the summer transfer window. He would arrive as cover for established left-back Andy Robertson. Liverpool are awaiting a response from Norwich, who had been seeking around £20 million for the talented young full-back.

Lewis, who is under contract at Carrow Road until 2023, has also attracted interest from Crystal Palace but Liverpool are the first club to table an offer.

The ----- understands that the player has his heart set on a move to Anfield and is happy to accept that he would be back-up to Robertson initially. He wants to continue his development under the guidance of Klopp and is hoping that a compromise fee can be agreed between the clubs.

If Liverpool’s bid of £10 million is rejected it remains to be seen whether sporting director Michael Edwards will make an improved offer.

The club are understood to have a number of other left-back options under consideration if they can’t land Lewis at an acceptable price. One potential alternative is Olympiakos’ Greece international Kostas Tsimikas.

Signing a left-back is a priority for Klopp. Robertson has only missed four league games in total over the past two seasons and, with no natural deputy in the squad, giving him a breather when he’s been carrying knocks has proved difficult.

James Milner has filled in admirably but, for all his defensive solidity, the 34-year-old midfielder can’t offer the same kind of attacking thrust.

The ----- revealed on Wednesday that Liverpool valued Lewis at around £10 million and were prepared to pay £8 million up front, with a further £2 million to potentially follow in add-ons.

is ---- The Shit?

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Hopefully villa lose the plot and up theur bid for Origi.  You'd back klopp to find a more suitable player with the money. 

 

Utter disgrace that he's having to wheel and deal. 

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1 hour ago, FrenchEyeGlass said:

Liverpool have submitted a bid of £10 million for Norwich City left-back Jamal Lewis, reports James Pearce.

The ---- can reveal that the Premier League champions have also offered to give Norwich a substantial sell-on clause for the Northern Ireland international.

Jurgen Klopp is a big admirer of Lewis and is keen to make the 22-year-old his first signing of the summer transfer window. He would arrive as cover for established left-back Andy Robertson. Liverpool are awaiting a response from Norwich, who had been seeking around £20 million for the talented young full-back.

Lewis, who is under contract at Carrow Road until 2023, has also attracted interest from Crystal Palace but Liverpool are the first club to table an offer.

The ----- understands that the player has his heart set on a move to Anfield and is happy to accept that he would be back-up to Robertson initially. He wants to continue his development under the guidance of Klopp and is hoping that a compromise fee can be agreed between the clubs.

If Liverpool’s bid of £10 million is rejected it remains to be seen whether sporting director Michael Edwards will make an improved offer.

The club are understood to have a number of other left-back options under consideration if they can’t land Lewis at an acceptable price. One potential alternative is Olympiakos’ Greece international Kostas Tsimikas.

Signing a left-back is a priority for Klopp. Robertson has only missed four league games in total over the past two seasons and, with no natural deputy in the squad, giving him a breather when he’s been carrying knocks has proved difficult.

James Milner has filled in admirably but, for all his defensive solidity, the 34-year-old midfielder can’t offer the same kind of attacking thrust.

The ----- revealed on Wednesday that Liverpool valued Lewis at around £10 million and were prepared to pay £8 million up front, with a further £2 million to potentially follow in add-ons.

The Greek lad is a replica shirt FSG wet dream. A new age Mikhitaryan if you like.

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41 minutes ago, BeefStroganoff said:

is ---- The Shit?

Haha well apparently Norwich have just rejected so maybe so.

 

Nah, just blanked out the Athletic because I wasn't sure if it's okay for me to post things behind a paywall.

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Frankly if certain other clubs are going to splurge the cash this summer it's a p***take. Wasn't the main reason for City's acquittal that it was too long ago? No reason to stop another investigation next year if they don't keep to it.

 

So long as the owners are not taking money out of the club I won't complain.

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5 minutes ago, RoyHodgeGone said:

Frankly if certain other clubs are going to splurge the cash this summer it's a p***take. Wasn't the main reason for City's acquittal that it was too long ago? No reason to stop another investigation next year if they don't keep to it.

 

So long as the owners are not taking money out of the club I won't complain.

Its in limbo. But no one knows where.

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I doubt we just faxed an offer to Norwich cold. I’m sure we’ll have been talking to them and have tried to test the water. 
 

I’d be amazed if we don’t find a compromise. 

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2 minutes ago, RoyHodgeGone said:

Frankly if certain other clubs are going to splurge the cash this summer it's a p***take. Wasn't the main reason for City's acquittal that it was too long ago? No reason to stop another investigation next year if they don't keep to it.

 

So long as the owners are not taking money out of the club I won't complain.

 

Yea City spending £60m after selling Sane means they're definitely going to need investigated again. 

 

Jesus christ.   Fsg really have conditioned people into thinking top premier league clubs need to sell to buy or their owners must be pumping money in. 

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14 minutes ago, Scott_M said:

I doubt we just faxed an offer to Norwich cold. I’m sure we’ll have been talking to them and have tried to test the water. 
 

I’d be amazed if we don’t find a compromise. 

Exactly. It's an opening bid. People were lauding Edwards negotiating skills in the past and driving a hard bargain. Now there's all this talk of ridiculous bids, we're skint, blah, blah, fucking blah.

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13 minutes ago, Grinch said:

 

Yea City spending £60m after selling Sane means they're definitely going to need investigated again. 

 

Jesus christ.   Fsg really have conditioned people into thinking top premier league clubs need to sell to buy or their owners must be pumping money in. 

You do realise there's this thing called Covid 19? Sort of damaged peoples finances? And neither of us have any idea how much City will be spending this summer - I'm just saying it's possible.

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6 minutes ago, RoyHodgeGone said:

You do realise there's this thing called Covid 19? Sort of damaged peoples finances? And neither of us have any idea how much City will be spending this summer - I'm just saying it's possible.

 

DON’T TALK SENSE, I’M IRRATIONALLY ANGRY AND NEED TO MAKE THE SAME POINT AGAIN BECAUSE ITS SO INSIGHTFUL THE FORUM NEEDS TO SEE IT FOR THE THOUSANDTH TIME. 

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