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Summer 2024 Transfer Thread


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New contracts for the establishment. 
 

Young centre half good enough to keep his place. 

Midfield general. Bellingham would have had this position on lock if we’d have made a push for him. How’s that French kid getting on who knocked us back the year before and went there whose name I can’t remember? 
 

Listen to offers for Diaz & Gakpo and get a top quality forward in and rebalance the front line. 
 

 

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27 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Young centre half good enough to keep his place. 

 

I assume you are speaking about the breakout player of the season our very own Jarrell Quansah.

He’s 3rd choice now. We need the next Jarrell Quansah to put pressure on them all next. 

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51 minutes ago, SasaS said:

 

How much is Neto?

 

You mean what is the Neto spend?

 

Liverpool has been handed a boost in its reported pursuit of Wolves winger Pedro Neto. The Portuguese international is enjoying another decent season in the Premier League after returning from an injury lay-off.

He has been on Arsenal's radar for some time and Football Insider reports that Liverpool is also a big fan of Neto and could make a move this summer. Wolves boss Gary O'Neil is reluctant to lose Neto but is braced for interest at the end of the season, with the 23-year-old valued at around $76m (£60m/€70m).

 

Also this is Huge - oh if true:

 

Liverpool and title rivals Arsenal could be about to do battle again over talented Swedish midfielder Hugo Larsson. The 19-year-old only joined Eintracht Frankfurt for $9.7m (£7.7m/€9m) in the summer but has already impressed in Germany.

Liverpool and Arsenal have both been watching Larsson in recent weeks, according to Bild, although any deal is likely to be worth a lot more than the fee Frankfurt paid. It is suggested the Bundesliga side will demand closer to $32m (£26m/€30m) for the midfielder, who has already been likened to Manchester City star Rodri.

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1 hour ago, No2 said:

One for the out there crew. Joelinton, would be a beast as one of our number 8's.


You could bet his special ability to commit 719 fouls per game before he’s eventually booked would disappear as soon as he signed for us. 

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1 hour ago, Scott_M said:

It’s on…

 

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I heard that Everton are after him. So confident they are of getting their points back, they're gonna sell that Beto for 40 million and buy Mbappe for 200 million in a big finger up to the PL and the Sly Six.

 

Just wait until he gets shown around BMD, he'll sign anything put in front of him just for the chance to take a shit in the bog of the home changies.

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5 hours ago, 3 Stacks said:

I wouldn't sign a single player from Leverkusen, even if Alonso becomes manger. There's not much logic in looking at players whose values are skyrocketing like they are for a lot of their players.


100% agree with this. Leverkusen at present is a prime example of a unit larger than the sum of it’s parts. 
 

 

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Only way we do the outlay it would take to get Wirtz is if Xabi comes in and Salah leaves. A forward three of Wirtz, Nunez/Diaz and Jota with slightly less width looks good on paper. Alonso might be the only other manager in Europe who likes his full backs to defend less than Klopp so Trent and Robbo would be ideal foils in a Xabi set up.

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