Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by Frogfish, Jan 2, 2019.
Pulisic joins Chelsea for £57.6m
Google it. Stays at Dortmund until the Summer.
Nasri joins West Ham
6 year anniversary of his signing. Not a going away message.
Ok ... but what about Fekir in that car and the Fekir that is training...does he have a twin or something ?
Damn clickbait - Express.
However, the Reds have still been linked with several potential signings in the January transfer window including Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot. According to L’Equipe, Liverpool have held a series of meetings about the Frenchman joining the club this month to provide even more competition in midfield.
Rabiot has just six months left on his contract and PSG are thought to want to cash in for a fee before the 23-year-old leaves on a free transfer.
Barcelona and Tottenham are also keen on the PSG ace although it appears Liverpool are in prime position to seal a deal.
If - and that's a fucking big if - we should sign someone I think we should go for a centre forward.
We could do with back up for Firmino.
Defoe for 6 months
I think this is the first transfer window during all my years of supporting Liverpool, that I actually wish we do not sign anyone.
I'd like another striker.
Werner ideally. I don't think he'll ever explode like Salah, Torres and Suarez, but I think he'd outscore Firimino as well as give him a rest, and it would allow us to play 4-2-3-1 with Firmino at 10, which could be very exciting.
How about that lad @Kay Age El loves, playing in Holland as backup to Firmino? Obviously knows where the back of the net is, can play some intricate stuff and is pretty quick I think?
I've slated Arsenal (Wenger) in the past for leading the league with a thinnish squad, due to injuries, and not buying in January to ensure they have backups ... of course they went on to have even more injuries to key players and handed two titles to United (it could be still 18-18 but for Wenger's parsimony, the cunt).
I'd be looking at a backup CB and CF even if only on loan (if poss) and I'd bring Wilson back. We should be taking no chances with protecting whatever lead we have by the weekend.
I don't know where to begin so I'll just say, he's going to absolutely immense..
My fear is that if we bought him right now he'd have to play second fiddle for too many games but on the other hand part of me thinks that he's ready to become a regular starter even at a top club like ours within a short period of time. Ajax won't sell him without a loan-back option at this stage because of their upcoming ChL games, but maybe that would benefit us as well. After his lenghty injury he has had some weaker games, but he's getting back to his best again.
This lad will score all kind of goals really and he does remind of a young Torres/Lewandowski. He's almost 1.90, he's very strong build, deceptively fast and very intelligent on the ball. In comparision with Suarez when he was with Ajax Dolberg doesn't squander even half as many chances as he did and he's much more aware of his team mates than you'd normally see in a striker.
So yeah, don't know where to begin really, but he's got the potential to become one of the best in the world in his position.
I got Wycombe promoted to the Championship on Fifa and managed to sign him. He scored 14 goals in his first 5 starts.
Im bought in.
Ha ha.. I've played with Wycombe quite a few times myself back in the day on Football Manager. That's odd. Does FM still rock btw (not that I have the time but still, one can dream)?
Fifa not FM. FM is a timehole you can never escape from. Fifa you can play for half an hour.
I live near Wycombe so I usually pick them or Oldham when I want a challenge
“In Liverpool it’s also their stadium and the atmosphere,” he says. “But when I have to decide, I’m more Manchester United than Liverpool.
- Timo Werner
How about you go fuck yourself, Timo?
I'm jumping on the Dolberg bandwagon.
ON THE MOTHERFUCKING LIST
Timo is a different type of player certainly but with quotes like that he can pretty much go do one. One area where I think Dolberg would surprise a lot is how he connects with teammates and his eye for the pass.
With Salah, Mane etc running around him, he'd be setting up goals left, right and center too.