General/Non-Spurs Transfers

stevenurse

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#3
Milner, Reid, Schar, Adriano would be my choice of the relatively possible deals to be done there. konoplyanka impressed against us last season and we need pace so maybe him too
 

bceej

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I thought you couldn't sign players on precontracts in the same league as the club ?
If a player's aware of interest in this circumstance I'm sure he would run his contract down to properly assess his options, if he is resigned to leaving.
 

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Apparently Martin Odegaard was shown around the Liverpool training ground yesterday, i swear, if Pool manage to sign him i am giving up football and following curling instead.
 

Lufti

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Could make a pretty tasty team out of that lot. Weird how so many right backs are on that list.


Alves Schar Chiellini Chiellini

De Jong Khedira

Ayew Gourcuff Konoplayanka

Adriano
Don't think you could play two Chiellinis unfortunately. Also, did you seriously just pick Adriano over Huntelaar?
 

Real_madyidd

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Apparently Martin Odegaard was shown around the Liverpool training ground yesterday, i swear, if Pool manage to sign him i am giving up football and following curling instead.
I assume he is really good on Football Manager, in real life he is just a kid, we sign loads of them.
 

mpickard2087

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Apparently Martin Odegaard was shown around the Liverpool training ground yesterday, i swear, if Pool manage to sign him i am giving up football and following curling instead.
He is apparently a Liverpool fan. Though I have also read before he's been given the tour of Barca, Bayern etc.
 

Ghost Hardware

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I assume he is really good on Football Manager, in real life he is just a kid, we sign loads of them.
Dont know, don't have the latest FM so not sure. He is one of the best young players around, already has three international caps at the age of 15, have you ever seen him play? He is incredibly talented and pretty much every big club around the world wants him. RM, BM, MU have all tried to sign him, if he signs for pool that will be quite a coup for them. Im not worried about us missing out on him, we have no chance, more amazed if he ends up a pool.

Edit: If you haven't seen anything of him here is a scoutnation video of him playing senior level league football from last season. He is more then just another kid.
 

WalkerboyUK

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Apparently Martin Odegaard was shown around the Liverpool training ground yesterday, i swear, if Pool manage to sign him i am giving up football and following curling instead.
Common sense says he should stay put and continue to ply trade in the Norweigen league for a couple more years.
All that will happen if he moves to Liverpool is that he will sit in the academy and possibly go to a Championship side (more likely League 1) on loan for a season.
But..... money talks.
 

beats1

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Dont know, don't have the latest FM so not sure. He is one of the best young players around, already has three international caps at the age of 15, have you ever seen him play? He is incredibly talented and pretty much every big club around the world wants him. RM, BM, MU have all tried to sign him, if he signs for pool that will be quite a coup for them. Im not worried about us missing out on him, we have no chance, more amazed if he ends up a pool.

Edit: If you haven't seen anything of him here is a scoutnation video of him playing senior level league football from last season. He is more then just another kid.
To be honest, he is just a kid.

With youth development, he could easily become the next ginger pele. We have a kid called Marcus Edwards and the kid is just a thug, walking past players as if he don't give a shit:D

However people from our academy are reluctant to rate him as he is so young and anything can happen and he could become the next ginger pele

That said if he continues like he is at the moment(playing for U18's at age of 15) I wouldnt be surprised if he breaks john bostock record as the youngest ever debut
 

SpurSince57

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Delph, Milner, Huntelaar and Schar.

Ship out Lennon, Paulinho, Ade/Soldado and Vlad.
Would Milner really swap City and guaranteed CL for us?

Why the enthusiasm for Delph?

Huntelaar turned us down in summer 2009. He also turned down Stuttgart, who could offer CL, and held out for a better offer, which eventually came from Milan. Having flopped there, he went to Schalke, where his form has alternated between terrific and ho-hum. Probably worth a try, but I've always had my doubts about just how well he'd do in the EPL, and I suspect we're still not grand enough for him.

We're supposedly bringing in Moreno, so I'd be surprised if we went for Schär as well.
 

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Apparently Martin Odegaard was shown around the Liverpool training ground yesterday, i swear, if Pool manage to sign him i am giving up football and following curling instead.
Plenty of time to make the 'Welcome to Liverpool' Youtube video before he signs for Barca/Real, then.
 

SpursManChris

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Seamus Coleman. Great talent, great potential, so much so that Chelsea want him. Terrible move, with Ivanovich and Azpilicueta in the team too. He deserves a move to a club who are in real need of someone.
 
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