General/Non-Spurs Transfers

SpursManChris

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#21
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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Is there an associated media story where we are linked? Or just a wish list for Chelsea?

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SpursManChris

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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
Not the biggest man in the world is he. Let's hope he grows in stature as well as in footballing ability.
 

tobi

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Hunterlaar has signed a new deal.

I didn't realise Adebayor's contract was up at the end of the season.
 

THFCSPURS19

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Cerci-Torres 18-month loan swap almost definitely going to happen. I think Milan have definitely got the better end of that deal :D
 

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Cerci-Torres 18-month loan swap almost definitely going to happen. I think Milan have definitely got the better end of that deal :D
Agreed. Athletico has no serviceable backup to Mandzukic, but Torres is borderline useless.
Not so sure about that, torres is clearly mentally not the same player he once was but he could turn it around at Atletico.

If there is one club he could turn it on again at, its atletico

His name was chanted at the end of Mandzukic presentation, so despite being a laughing stock he is loved there and wanted by the fans
 

Tuddly

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Not so sure about that, torres is clearly mentally not the same player he once was but he could turn it around at Atletico.

If there is one club he could turn it on again at, its atletico

His name was chanted at the end of Mandzukic presentation, so despite being a laughing stock he is loved there and wanted by the fans

I actually feel a little bit sorry for Torres because he doesn't seem like a bad bloke. I have no idea about his mental state, but physically he's a shadow of his old self. He has shown nothing in recent years that would indicate he could turn it around in either the first or second best league in the world. I agree he is well loved in Athletico, but that won't buy him any goals.
 

beats1

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I actually feel a little bit sorry for Torres because he doesn't seem like a bad bloke. I have no idea about his mental state, but physically he's a shadow of his old self. He has shown nothing in recent years that would indicate he could turn it around in either the first or second best league in the world. I agree he is well loved in Athletico, but that won't buy him any goals.
He did get in some get positions for Chelsea but his finishing was gone for atletico that could change
 

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Robbie Keane and Defoe to QPR. Could Harry pull this off? Both are past it but some part of me would feel uncomfortable if they both ended up there and started banging in goals.
 

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I actually feel a little bit sorry for Torres because he doesn't seem like a bad bloke. I have no idea about his mental state, but physically he's a shadow of his old self. He has shown nothing in recent years that would indicate he could turn it around in either the first or second best league in the world. I agree he is well loved in Athletico, but that won't buy him any goals.
What multi millionaire Torres with the supermodel girlfriend that only does 2 hours work a day? My heart bleeds for him.
 

Lilbaz

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Robbie Keane and Defoe to QPR. Could Harry pull this off? Both are past it but some part of me would feel uncomfortable if they both ended up there and started banging in goals.
He wont take Robbie. He basically black listed him the last few months he was here.
 

yankspurs

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Robbie Keane and Defoe to QPR. Could Harry pull this off? Both are past it but some part of me would feel uncomfortable if they both ended up there and started banging in goals.
Defoe will probably go. Not sure if loan or perm. Keane is not going on loan to anywhere.
 

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Milner - all. day. long.

But it will never happen, he knows that if Citeh don't stump up for him he'll have to beat the offers off with a stick. In the last two years he has rapidly become one of the best English midfielders in the league.