Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by Aevi, Dec 9, 2016.
Glad we didn't sign him. I'm not sure if he is all that tbh and his injuries make me worry. I think we got the better player for a measely 5-10m.
Bet you weren’t saying that 2 days ago. Terrible post.
I did raise questions regarding his fitness record and if he can distribute. Anyway, I think we got the current better player.
Emile Smith Rowe is worth more than Dayot. Ridiculous RB Lepizig think otherwise lol.
I'll cry if this goes through and we get him by tomorrow. But looks more likely, we will take David Luiz as a stop-gap for this season and wait till January.
I'm sure we will try to get him next season and if doesnt extend his contract then he will only have a year left on it so we should be able to get him cheaper than 70-90m
Ffs, JLingz in my mentions.
The f*ck did I do to deserve this?
Genuinely prefer Luiz. No doubt Upamechano can be a monster defender, but we need leadership and experience, which Luiz provides.
Maybe we come back next summer, or maybe one of Holding or Chambers step up and Salibah slides in.
They can do one with Smith-Rowe as well. Pay us 5m to loan him and his value will shoot up to 50m. You can bid 80m for him next summer.
Should be doing a Tyrion like trial speech.
I saved all of your worthless lifes from CIES and Kroenke propaganda and all I'm seeing is ungratefulness. Disappointed is an understatement.
**** off right now.
Was hoping we'd make a play on Upamecano.
Open the Upamecano thread @American_Gooner @yousif_arsenal @Aevi
The dean has spoken
He would be super expensive, terrible value for money considering his injury record and we do not need him when we have Saiba coming in next summer. Plus if we want to sign a center back from Leipzig we should sign Konaté instead.
Mods won’t open his thread in the transfer forum but madness man is making big claims:
Do we believe Dean?
If Dean says Upamecano is coming to Arsenal then he's coming.
Has Dean called anything in past year or two that wasn't already obvious?
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