Eric Dier


Well-Known Member
Aug 30, 2010
The fact is, if Dier wanted to go, he didn't go on strike, tell the sun openly, fake injury to miss matches or seemingly cause a great deal of trouble. Respect for that.

Was never going to happen once Utd signed Matic.


Well-Known Member
Aug 29, 2006
For me he could go in January,he won't be happy being on bench.And that's where he will be barring injury imo.343 will be preferred formation with Sanchez at CB.And then it's a straight fight with vic ,I think wanyama gets the nod.
Yes it would take 2 players to replace him,but if Barkley comes that's one nd then really you're talkin a 4/5 th choice CB.someone like a Mawson/Gibson could do that job.Also I think foyth is also viewed as possible DM..
And financially if you got £50m you'd most likely still be up a few quid.I know many love him but for me he has been woeful since tail end of last season.

Heard all what you've said and for me nah. I don't get this want of selling players of Dier's character, whi don't come along often.

Dier is a vital member of the squad at the moment and future, it's funny to me he seems to get written off quite a lot however always finds a way to be in our starting 11 more times than not.

With form, injuries, tactics, formation, all positions are up for grabs so Dier as we know he's versatile good pro and a fairly consistent performer.

Along with Kane Alli Eriksen (others Sanchez ) I'd say Dier is a corner stone of this squad for many years to come and like Kane Alli Eriksen etc we've got a golden age of players and management we should enjoy and soon demand trophy success
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