Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by LeTallecWiz, Oct 1, 2020.
Supposedly not injured.
Looks like he'll be sold ... and we don't want to risk injury.
Thanks for confirming bb
Shaq, Wilson and Brewster. That's anything from £45m to £60m+.
We've coached him, we've healed him, we've grown his hair: we need to keep him for the benefits.
put it this way, I would be surprised if its £70m
that freekick was enough to remind people I guess
I wish we'd have christened him the fake Shaq when he arrived, bit like we used to have fake Ronaldo.
In the hope over time he'd develop into a world class talent like the real Shaq.
He probably had bigger thighs than Shaq too.
Would be sad to see him go.
Goals against Utd and Everton
Assuming he's gonna fetch about £20m I'm amazed the likes of Leeds, WBA, Villa etc haven't being lining up with their cheque books (although I'm guessing the payments are digital these days He's a very good player, looks much thinner and fitter than his Stoke days and is still only 28. We should sell him BUT whoever is getting him is getting a bargain for anything under £25m.
A real shame to see him go....
It's rash and stupid. Of all the 'peripheral' attacking players in the squad, who would you not panic to see come on in a tense Premier League game or a CL semi-final? Surely it's Shaq?
What are the chances he'll be fit for the particular game we need him for?
He became something of an enigma last season, and now we have Jota (though for the rw backup slot I don't know)
To balance the books I guess Dems the breaks
You're statistically much more likely to witness a shark attack than a Shaq attack, which is why he needs to move on. With Minamino and Jota hes surpluss to requirements.
Agreed, however he barely featured last season, and it didn't all seem to be down to injury. I got the sense klopp was a little dubious of his attitude.