Glazers have finally appointed a decent manager yet still burning place to the groundWe made a 7.5m enquiry for Arnautovic and we are in for Rabiot for relative peanuts.
Are these the actions of a club with a big budget? Not for me. I genuinely don't think the talks of a 100m budget plus any money from player sales was very far off the truth.
Fabinho was at Madrid before Monaco.....pretty big clubWhy is no one signing him? Why is no one interested? Why the feck aren't we interested?
He looks a a great talent from the videos anyway. It's baffling me. The last time I saw a big talent sit in the French league under a radar before a big club moved, it was Fabinho.
Juve are crap right now, their opinion on players means little. You only have to look at what kulusevki is doing at Tottenham.Why does it? Rabiot has seemingly been available all summer. Juve don't even rate him.
Why did we make the move the now? If he was part of the plan all along to come in with an another midfielder (aka FDJ) why have we waited till mid August?
Stop falling for their BS. Rabiot wasn't in the plans at all. We've panicked as usual.
Better than Gakpo definitely but he's a much different profile than Antony who's a left footed RW we've been needing for ages.Still think he’s a better fit and cheaper than the likes of Gakpo/Antony. Strong start to the season, too - 2 goals and 2 assists through 2 games.
Maybe, but he still looks a little more Adama Traore rather than a polished player.I think this will change now that he's playing more as an inside forward and less as a striker leading the line. He's been so much better as an inside right forward/second striker.
Your description fits him well when looking at last season and his struggles then, but he's honestly been improving his overall decision making compared to when he was first at Genk. He needs to put it all together this season, and I'm sure that he'll be good enough for the top clubs next season.Maybe, but he still looks a little more Adama Traore rather than a polished player.
And I'm not saying he plays like Traore before anyone states otherwise. He just seems to run very fast and his end product seems to be lacking somewhat at times.
Maybe so, one to keep an eye on for sure.Your description fits him well when looking at last season and his struggles then, but he's honestly been improving his overall decision making compared to when he was first at Genk. He needs to put it all together this season, and I'm sure that he'll be good enough for the top clubs next season.
Seems like a solid opportunity for a club with an aging superstar they can’t sell who he’d be able to learn from.Maybe so, one to keep an eye on for sure.
Just think of a top club buys him now they'll have to either loan him for a year or persevere for a year before they see the outcome, sometimes its better to just see how he develops at a 'smaller' club and take it from there.
His agent is already sounding out clubs for a January move which makes sense as his stock is again on the up and he has a World Cup with Canada to make more of a name for himself.Top scorer in Ligue 1 right now, in a not exactly impressive Lille team. 5 goals in the last 5 matches. A bit short and from what little I've seen rather raw, but works hard. Could be worth a look for a reasonable price.
Yeah this team definitely needs that sort of player mentioned above to give us a different dimension to Tony,need someone to bully opposition defenceWith Martial already here I feel they’d be too similar of a set. A Vlahovic, Osimhen, Schick or Sesko would provide a partner with a more complimentary skill set which would allow us more tactical flexibility.
Yeah just hope Law doesn't link him to them
Would absolutely hate to see him end up there.
He's the top scorer in Ligue 1 currently and just broke Lilles scoring record in 80 less matches than Hazard did.
Would be a great fit for us in ETH's system, ambidextrous, quality finisher, good off ball movement and with a great motor/workrate. Also very unselfish with solid vision to find/create chances for teammates.
Ticks every box that I'd want in a centre forward and he's just 22 and not injury prone like our current no.9.