One Liverpool reader explains why they can’t afford not to make any big signings, Chelsea fans react to the news that Maurizio Sarri is nearing a move to Juventus, and Manchester United supporters wonder if there is a way they could tempt Matthijs De Ligt – all in Your Says of the Day.
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Liverpool must take advantage and sign big players
I would say yes to Memphis and no to Fekir!!
Isco and Acensio are very good players but diiffiult to join us.
Wilson mustbe in next year squad along with a new CB.
Sarri to Juventus?
Many of us including the board just don’t have a good feeling about sarri, i don’t know what the best alternative is, one thing I’m sure off Higuan and Kovacic must go. They bring little value to the team.
we have the foundations in place now with Cech coming in to an important role – the missing link imo. I would like to see us go straight into the transfer ban, bring in Lampard and Morris, integrate the best of the loanees with what we have already got, bank the Hazard windfall until the ban is over and then invest it in the rebuilding process. I am wondering however where we stand with that spend with the FFP restrictions if we cannot invest it this transfer window or the next even though it will be a financial asset this summer. Any ideas with that 999?
The rumours are strong Sarri to Juventus, we of course don’t know how true it may be but I think it’s the best for everyone including Sarri. Suppose Ronaldo will have something to say about that, thinks he can order whatever by every club he joins.
Midfield worry for Europa League final
Kante now a major doubt for the match due to a knee injury sustained in training. Mid-field options poor now. Without Kante I don’t fancy our chances.
I’d be putting Dave in as a Central defender and move Luiz into mid-field to make it a bit more dynamic but we all know Sarri wouldn’t even come up with that in his dreams. What about Ampadu, is he still injured or even in the squad. He’s good enough to play mid-field for Wales so why not us?
Perfect swap could help De Ligt to Man Utd
The reports in Holland is that United and Ajax are working out a megadeal what brings De Ligt to United and Timothy Fosu-Mensah to Ajax. TFM wants to return to Holland, so that is a perfect deal!!
That would be a perfect deal!
Well premature though it maybe you can forget that deal. Sky are reporting united not interested in pursuing De Ligt! A classic example when it’s rotten it’s rotten ,United’s name is not strong enough to pull big name players not anymore. The kid won’t give up on Barcelona. Id love to be wrong!
De Ligt is a great prospect; a very accomplished defender and a real leader at the age of 19, which is very unusual, especially in this day and age. However, he is managed by Mino f***ing Raiola and tbh, I don’t want that slimy rat creeping anywhere in this club’s corridors. It will be sad to see De Ligt becoming the worlds best cb at another club but on the plus side, we won’t be allowing Raiola more influence at United through gullible players.
We are not a spent force in the transfer market or in general! N1xer is spot on,most continental players prefer to play in Spain-the Dutch especially!
And after that shambles against Valencia in the Coppa del Rey-Barca are expected to begin a serious rebuilding job this summer!
Expected De Ligt to join Barca all summer,ahead of United..
To be honest, if de Ligt really wanted to come to United the deal would be done already. As stated, Raiola is a scumbag so the less we have to do with him the better to be honest regardless of how good de Ligt is. If he did sign, he’d probably be off to Barca or Madrid in three or four years when what we want is a player who’s going to be in it for the long haul. If we can get a CB who’s going to be a rock for the next decade, even if he’s not the complete player de Ligt is, I’d rather have him. Much as it galls me to say it, it’s time we let the de Ligt rumour go and concentrate on players who genuinely want to be here and are not coming because of the money. Even if that means buying young, hungry, English players who won’t come good for a season or two, so be it. The talent exists in England now more than it ever has in the last decade or so, so we should be looking at home rather than abroad first.
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