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Transfer merrygoround

So it all hinges on Neymar.


Neymar goes from PSG to Barca

Dembele goes from Barca to Juve

Dybala goes from Juve to United

Pogba goes from United to Real

Bale goes from Real to PSG

MBappe goes from PSG to Liverpool

Llanna goes from Liverpool to Burnley

and finally Arsenal get there man as number one target Ben Mee goes to them on loan with no buyout clause.

Eriksen sits at home watching SSN Deadline day with a tear in his eye

posted on 24/7/19

We won't accept £30m for Eriksen even if it means losing him on a free next summer. Same as Fulham won't accept £10m for Sessegnon.

12 months in a long time for things to change. Sure you risk that £30m disappearing but Eriksen could have change of heart, we could win something with him, he might get injured, he might feel pressured to signing extension with a release clause to protect his immediate earnings. Etc. Etc.

posted on 24/7/19

Apparently we’ve turned down the chance to sign Dybala

posted on 24/7/19

Juve: Do you want Dybala for £80m and £200k a week
Spurs: No Thanks
Media: Spurs turn down Dybala!

posted on 24/7/19

comment by Boss By Hugo (U18550)
posted 9 seconds ago
Juve: Do you want Dybala for £80m and £200k a week
Spurs: No Thanks
Media: Spurs turn down Dybala!
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That is turning him down though isn’t it?

posted on 24/7/19

comment by KLS - Lets talk about 6 BABY...... (U1695)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Boss By Hugo (U18550)
posted 9 seconds ago
Juve: Do you want Dybala for £80m and £200k a week
Spurs: No Thanks
Media: Spurs turn down Dybala!
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That is turning him down though isn’t it?
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Rejecting the terms not the player !

posted on 24/7/19

comment by Boss By Hugo (U18550)
posted 20 minutes ago
We won't accept £30m for Eriksen even if it means losing him on a free next summer. Same as Fulham won't accept £10m for Sessegnon.

12 months in a long time for things to change. Sure you risk that £30m disappearing but Eriksen could have change of heart, we could win something with him, he might get injured, he might feel pressured to signing extension with a release clause to protect his immediate earnings. Etc. Etc.
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True, not sure what the minimum value we'd take is. May be closer to £40m.

But also have to question the value of having a player on the last year of their deal. If people are concerned that Eriksen didnt look bothered last season (even in a UCL final), imagine this season when 1 challenge could be devastating.

posted on 24/7/19

comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 3 minutes ago
comment by KLS - Lets talk about 6 BABY...... (U1695)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Boss By Hugo (U18550)
posted 9 seconds ago
Juve: Do you want Dybala for £80m and £200k a week
Spurs: No Thanks
Media: Spurs turn down Dybala!
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That is turning him down though isn’t it?
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Rejecting the terms not the player !
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If you wanted the player but on different terms, you’d be in negotiations for Dybala.

comment by Hector (U3606)

posted on 24/7/19

https://www.scotsman.com/sport/football/celtic/is-a-second-english-club-weighing-up-a-move-for-celtic-s-kieran-tierney-1-4966787

Arsenal's pursuit of Celtic and Scotland defender Kieran Tierney is fast becoming the transfer saga of the summer, but could the Gunners have competition for the 22-year-old.
With Tottenham Hotspur open to selling England left-back Danny Rose, Mauricio Pochettino's side will surely be looking to strengthen that position.

Spurs were first linked with Tierney last summer, and have also been monitoring Fulham youngster Ryan Sessegnon.

However, numerous clubs are keeping tabs on the 19-year-old and Spurs could miss out on the highly-rated teenager - so could they enter the race for Tierney?

With Rose being allowed to leave, Tottenham will have just one recognised senior left-back in Ben Davies, and will be keen to bolster their options.

Celtic are holding firm on their £25 million valuation of Tierney, while Arsenal are dithering over the transfer. Hoops boss Neil Lennon has claimed Tierney is a more-rounded player than recent Manchester United signing Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who joined the Old Trafford side for £50 million from Crystal Palace.

Nothing concrete has come from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, but should Spurs enter the race for Tierney, the saga could get very interesting indeed - especially given the disgruntlement among the Arsenal support.

posted on 24/7/19

We won’t buy Tierney, we will buy Sessegnon. Sess is has played in the Prem, is mates with a few members of our squad and won’t have any potential acclimatisation issues. Throw in Fulham wanting a couple of our players that we don’t want to keep and it’s as good as done.

We’re just being used by Celtic to drive up Tierneys price

comment by Hector (U3606)

posted on 24/7/19

The price is agreed, it's the payment that's the issue.

No auction.

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