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I think to time has come when all transfer fee's should be "undisclosed" as the fee itself ceases to be of any consequence to the wider public. At one time, the fee was an indication of how good a player was, but this would no longer appear to be the case.

 

 

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I think Roberston is a terrific buy for Liverpool, an absolute bargain in today's market for 8 million. Him and Solanke for a total of around 11 million (minus add-ons) is some terrific business by the club. We've almost recouped half of that in selling Kevin Stewart who is a Championship standard player! Keita and a top centre back and they will be good to go.

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At the other end of the scale, one less for the Vale to worry about? Leicester City close in on a deal for Coventry forward George Thomas – reports the Leicester Mercury,

 

Leicester are said to be returning with a second offer of £500,000 for the 20-year-old.

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Some really top players have come into this country that will improve our top league further this coming season. Yes, we all know the money is crazy in football now and it does detract from it a little bit of course. But as long as the football is entertaining and the league competitive ultimately most of others will be watching.

 

Nelson

 

Danilo

Lindelof

Rudiger

Mendy

 

Bakayoko

B. Silva

Salah

 

Morata

Hernandez

Lacazette

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People didn't particularly tune into the PL last time Salah and Hernandez played here?

 

Salah will be one of the best players in the league next season, mark my words. Hernandez is quality in regards to being an out and out goal-scorer, and pretty much every United fan I know were gutted when he left. But for West Ham he's a tremendous signing.

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I think Roberston is a terrific buy for Liverpool, an absolute bargain in today's market for 8 million. Him and Solanke for a total of around 11 million (minus add-ons) is some terrific business by the club. We've almost recouped half of that in selling Kevin Stewart who is a Championship standard player! Keita and a top centre back and they will be good to go.

 

...to mid table obscurity.Beechyla,please tell me they aren't top players.:wink:

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Salah will be one of the best players in the league next season, mark my words. Hernandez is quality in regards to being an out and out goal-scorer, and pretty much every United fan I know were gutted when he left. But for West Ham he's a tremendous signing.

Hernandez was ok but not consistent.Salah is not in the same class as Miky.

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Salah will be one of the best players in the league next season, mark my words. Hernandez is quality in regards to being an out and out goal-scorer, and pretty much every United fan I know were gutted when he left. But for West Ham he's a tremendous signing.

 

Hernandez is a tremendous signing for West Ham, I agree, but he wouldn't be a top signing for any of the top 7. Pretty much every United fan I know liked him when he was there but acknowledged that he wasn't a top class footballer.

 

We'll have to see on Salah. I'm not sure why Liverpool feel they need another creative player though.

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Hernandez is a tremendous signing for West Ham, I agree, but he wouldn't be a top signing for any of the top 7. Pretty much every United fan I know liked him when he was there but acknowledged that he wasn't a top class footballer.

 

We'll have to see on Salah. I'm not sure why Liverpool feel they need another creative player though.

 

Liverpool bought Salah simply for his pace and directness. When Mane wasn't in the team last season, Liverpool were a different team. Salah matches Mane in terms of pace and directness and having both in the side will be an absolute nightmare for the opposition.

 

Hernandez is a top-class goal-scorer. His record proves that. That's not to say he's one of the best players in the world because he's obviously nowhere near. But as a goal-scorer he wouldn't look out of place in any squad, in my opinion.

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Hernandez was ok but not consistent.Salah is not in the same class as Miky.

 

I'm willing to wager that Salah both scores and assists more than he does next season? :wink:

 

Mkhitaryan has obvious quality but at this moment in time I don't think anyone can say that he's been anything better than bang average for United, considering what he did for Dortmund.

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Some really top players have come into this country that will improve our top league further this coming season. Yes, we all know the money is crazy in football now and it does detract from it a little bit of course. But as long as the football is entertaining and the league competitive ultimately most of others will be watching.

 

Nelson

 

Danilo

Lindelof

Rudiger

Mendy

 

Bakayoko

B. Silva

Salah

 

Morata

Hernandez

Lacazette

We have had 25 seasons of the "greed is good "league. There have been only 6 different winners, in which two of those (Blackburn & Leicester) have just one title each. The other 23 titles have been won by Man.City (2), Arsenal (3), Chelsea (5) and Utd. a whopping 13 ! So one team has won over 50% of the premier league titles ! That doesn't sound too competitive to me. Incidentally, Liverpool have won, err, none.

 

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We have had 25 seasons of the "greed is good "league. There have been only 6 different winners, in which two of those (Blackburn & Leicester) have just one title each. The other 23 titles have been won by Man.City (2), Arsenal (3), Chelsea (5) and Utd. a whopping 13 ! So one team has won over 50% of the premier league titles ! That doesn't sound too competitive to me. Incidentally, Liverpool have won, err, none.

 

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It's now become a six-team race for the title and the biggest fear for the other fourteen is getting relegated.

That is the competition.:yes:

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Think Liverpool will struggle to get top 6 this season, looks like the litte Brazilian chap could be off and then they are goosed , Manchester 1,2 finish not sure what order, Chelsea,spuds, arse, Everton, all others take your pick

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Think Liverpool will struggle to get top 6 this season, looks like the litte Brazilian chap could be off and then they are goosed , Manchester 1,2 finish not sure what order, Chelsea,spuds, arse, Everton, all others take your pick

 

:laugh::laugh::laugh:

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:laugh::laugh::laugh:

 

Surely it's a concern? At the moment I'd put Man City, united, Chelsea, spurs and arsenal 100% above Liverpool. I can see Liverpool battling around 4th place but potentially 6th is a possiblity with the signings Everton have made.

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