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Discussion in 'Transfer Forum' started by Dub13, Apr 9, 2013.
Watched a few Barca matches this season and he looks a shadow of the player at LFC in 13/14.
He has been for a couple of years now. For me that ship has sailed now. Would rather money spent on younger, hungrier, more suited players
I've a better chance of getting signed than Suarez.
Knowing he would warm the bench with some PL cameos here and there and play FA/carabou cup matches just goes to show how far we've come since Balotelli and Ricky Lambert replaced him.
With Spurs looking so horribly bad I hope we show string interest in Son. We could get the perfect rotation player for our front 3.
Unfortunately I think he will be with Poch at Madrid in January but still don't think he would want to be a squad player based on recent form.
We should try. We could capitalize on any uncertainty if a move to Madrid is even possible. He should jump at the chance and he'd play enough games for us. Great player who'd suit us.
Definitely looked a 'shadow of a player ' tonight !!!.
2 goals but still a shadow of the player
I’d be keeping an eye on a few of those Red Bull players. Similar system to ours and wouldn’t break the bank at the same time
Sancho & Kai Havertz would be 2 that I would go for.
Sancho will go back to England. Will he go back to City? He will hardly go to the swamp.
That leaves us. This lad will be better than Sterling in a few years.
Havertz is a lovely footballer but I see him staying in Germany.
There was plenty that were convinced Jordon Ibe was going to be better than Sterling also , see that went well anyways
Bit it didn't lad, Sterlings tearing it up at City and Ibe can't even make the starting 11 at Bournemouth
That was my point in relation to sancho comment made
Ibe was never a regular starter at Liverpool.
Sancho is into his second full season at Dortmund, is establishing himself as an England international and is doing very well.
With respect, there is absolutely nothing in common between him and Ibe relative to their careers. Sancho plays in the same position as Sterling did and is making the same progress at his age that Sterling did. His actual performances suggest that he will get better as he gets older as Sterling has.
Would love see him with us but to sign him we would probably need to break our transfer record fee, as thats the market now.