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    (Original post by jam278)
    Sanchez is worth about 30M at most.

    People need to remember that the two seasons before at Barca he was trash and was only getting games because David Villa broke his leg and lost his form afterwards so it was essentially Sanchez, Fabregas or Tello for a position on the wing.
    He was trash because of Messi. When given freedom with Chile, he's a different player. But i agree, no more than 30, tbh i think 25 is a fair valuation.
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    (Original post by TheEssence)
    He was trash because of Messi. When given freedom with Chile, he's a different player. But i agree, no more than 30, tbh i think 25 is a fair valuation.
    Maybe so, but we know that people do well internationally compared to their club. Bendtner being the biggest example. So maybe it's not just a case of creative freedom. I reckon it's an issue of confidence personally. Martino gave him confidence and he shined last season.

    25M is a fair price, I'd pay 30+ for Di Maria but he's not available ofc.
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    If I was Barca I'd be looking for a lot more than £25m - £30m, if you take his age, potential and bear in mind Fellaini went for £27m~.....

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    (Original post by Basiji)
    So why did you guys buy Carroll for 35m?

    Downing for what was it? 19m?

    Lallana for 26m?

    Sanchez is worth 25m, 30m max. Obvious like I said basic negotiating principles. You start off low...
    because our transfer committee are a little retarded.

    nah man, sanchez is 30-35m for sure.
    of course it's basic negotiation; that's why i said there will be a lot of haggling.

    i'm not criticising bidding 22m, i'm just saying that you'd be laughing if you managed to get him for under 30m
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    Liverpool's little spending spree looks a little like Tottenham's last year. I think Suarez is out the door this window. I might be reaching though
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    (Original post by kashman117)
    Liverpool's little spending spree looks a little like Tottenham's last year. I think Suarez is out the door this window. I might be reaching though
    I disagree.

    Lambert, who'll only be there for 2 years and is a fan of the club, and Lallana have played at the same PL club, are both GELs and shouldn't have a problem fitting in.

    Emre Can is a bright prospect and cost just shy of £10m.

    Apparently they're looking to buy Origi for £10m, but loan him back to Lille, probably until Lambert is finished.

    I don't know what Levy was on when he decided that Lamela at £30m and Soldado for £27m were good deals.....

    BR will get it right, but my biggest worry for Liverpool is whether or not Suarez's departure will prove too big for the club and prevent them from challenging for the title, leaving them in the good ol' race for 4th.
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    (Original post by Stalin)
    If I was Barca I'd be looking for a lot more than £25m - £30m, if you take his age, potential and bear in mind Fellaini went for £27m~.....
    Distinct difference when you buying something for sale and when you aren't.

    (Original post by Stalin)
    I don't know what Levy was on when he decided that Lamela at £30m and Soldado for £27m were good deals.....
    Soldado perhaps but Lamela looked the business. 21 years old 15 goals in Serie A, would you guys be letting the Ox go for less than £30m, Chelsea Oscar, Liverpool Coutinho? Had a mare last season but he did spend half of it crocked.
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    (Original post by kashman117)
    Liverpool's little spending spree looks a little like Tottenham's last year. I think Suarez is out the door this window. I might be reaching though
    I hope this is the case

    None of their signings so far worry me at all. Especially since they don't seem to want to sign any defenders.
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    (Original post by Stalin)
    I disagree.

    Lambert, who'll only be there for 2 years and is a fan of the club, and Lallana have played at the same PL club, are both GELs and shouldn't have a problem fitting in.

    Emre Can is a bright prospect and cost just shy of £10m.

    Apparently they're looking to buy Origi for £10m, but loan him back to Lille, probably until Lambert is finished.

    I don't know what Levy was on when he decided that Lamela at £30m and Soldado for £27m were good deals.....

    BR will get it right, but my biggest worry for Liverpool is whether or not Suarez's departure will prove too big for the club and prevent them from challenging for the title, leaving them in the good ol' race for 4th.
    I disagree Lamela and Soldado at the time were good deals. I'd still take Soldado at Arsenal, after this season some people think he's rubbish. I disagree he's still a very good striker AVB/Sherwood didn't use him properly. Even Lamela is still a good player but once again not used properly.

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    (Original post by sr90)
    I hope this is the case

    None of their signings so far worry me at all. Especially since they don't seem to want to sign any defenders.

    Imo Can was a good long term signing for them and Lallana will have a solid season, but nothing to suggest they'll challenge like they just did
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    (Original post by AR_95)
    Imo Can was a good long term signing for them and Lallana will have a solid season, but nothing to suggest they'll challenge like they just did
    It's easy to say they won't be challenging for the title next season, but nobody expected them to last year either. I'm interested to see how Brenton handles the extra demands of the Champions League, especially if they get a group of death. He's never had to properly rotate his squad before. Still believe it's two from Liverpool, United and Arsenal for the Champions League spots as the lottery winning blue clubs have already wrapped up 1st and 2nd.
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    (Original post by sr90)
    It's easy to say they won't be challenging for the title next season, but nobody expected them to last year either. I'm interested to see how Brenton handles the extra demands of the Champions League, especially if they get a group of death. He's never had to properly rotate his squad before. Still believe it's two from Liverpool, United and Arsenal for the Champions League spots as the lottery winning blue clubs have already wrapped up 1st and 2nd.

    We didn't predict Liverpool to challenge because they usually don't but in an ideal world, when you have no Europe + Suarez, it made sense that they' did challenge in the end. Same situation doesn't apply for next season because of the extra demands from CL as you've stated, and if they're losing Suarez this summer, they're losing a lot of their sting which can't be bought back
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    Independent reporting Arsenal making 23.8m bid for Khedira.

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    (Original post by qwerty_mad)
    Independent reporting Arsenal making 23.8m bid for Khedira.

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    Their article cites reports in Spain though, doesn't convince me.

    Alexis Sanchez's agent just started following a bunch of Arsenal players on Twitter as well as the Arsenal account apparently.
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    Walcott Ozil Sanchez

    Not bad. Fabregas would have fitted in nicely as well.
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    (Original post by Kenan and Kel)
    --------- DM
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    Walcott Ozil Sanchez

    Not bad. Fabregas would have fitted in nicely as well.
    Yeah I could definitely see Arsenal using the false 9 system. Ozil has played as a false nine for Germany before.
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    (Original post by AR_95)
    Imo Can was a good long term signing for them and Lallana will have a solid season, but nothing to suggest they'll challenge like they just did
    It could also just be for improved sqaud depth cause their gonna be I the CL next season theyll need to rotate the squad more
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    (Original post by Stalin)
    I disagree.

    Lambert, who'll only be there for 2 years and is a fan of the club, and Lallana have played at the same PL club, are both GELs and shouldn't have a problem fitting in.

    Emre Can is a bright prospect and cost just shy of £10m.

    Apparently they're looking to buy Origi for £10m, but loan him back to Lille, probably until Lambert is finished.

    I don't know what Levy was on when he decided that Lamela at £30m and Soldado for £27m were good deals.....

    BR will get it right, but my biggest worry for Liverpool is whether or not Suarez's departure will prove too big for the club and prevent them from challenging for the title, leaving them in the good ol' race for 4th.
    liverpool will struggle for 4th without suarez imo
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    Debuchy doing a lot of flirting with arsenal on twitter and Instagram.

    Arsenal to reveal Sanchez, Schneiderlin and Debuchy on the release date of our new puma kits. Cause Wenger is spontaneous like that.


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    Debuchy doing a lot of flirting with arsenal on twitter and Instagram.

    Arsenal to reveal Sanchez, Schneiderlin and Debuchy on the release date of our new puma kits. Cause Wenger is spontaneous like that.


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    Maybe Loic Remy as well?
 
 
 
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