Fredrik Ljungberg (Out)

Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by Olofski, Feb 7, 2004.

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  1. kel varnsen

    kel varnsen New Member Trusted

    hm, they are a tabloid paper, but they are usually fairly reliable when it comes to major stories about the most famous swedish footballers. if i had to guess, i'd say it is probably true.
  2. cescthebest

    cescthebest New Member

    Hope it is true, good news.
  3. dublingunner

    dublingunner New Member

    Did Freddie himself not say he wouldn't go to another premiership club?
    He'd look pretty stupid to say that and sign for West Ham a week later.
  4. nidza7

    nidza7 New Member

  5. the dawn raids

    the dawn raids New Member Trusted

    well of course, but quite frankly if keeping ljungberg is costing us from bringing in ANYONE then he has to go. because he just doesnt offer us enough anymore to justify a place at the cost of someone else we could bring in and develop (since anyone wed bring in would most likely be young).

    him having experience is not enough to warrant even half his wages.
  6. 1970*Gooner

    1970*Gooner Member

    perhaps he might ware a wig and dark glasses :shock:
  7. Shredder

    Shredder New Member

  8. 1970*Gooner

    1970*Gooner Member

    I exspect it's a load of bollocks :lol:
  9. GoonerGurjit

    GoonerGurjit New Member Elite

    His agent allegedly said that. West Ham will be an ideal move for Ljungberg. His wages won't drop too much, and he'll get to stay in London.
  10. dos1986

    dos1986 New Member

    Very true Gurjit...London is very very important to Freddie..perfect move really
  11. Allyboy

    Allyboy New Member Elite

    If we sell him and do not replace him I will be very annoyed.

    Clearly he is not worth the wages he is on, and his form the last two season have been poor, but he works his arse off and is a valuable squad player.

    Also, can we really afford to lose anymore experience? Lehmann, Gallas and Gilberto are the only three players in the squad over 27 if he leaves, the only three in their prime! (And Lehmann is probably past his). Thats frankly ridiculous, Wenger needs to add a couple of 26-30 year olds into the mix really, even as squad players.

    Edit: Forgot about Almunia but he does not really count...
  12. dublingunner

    dublingunner New Member

    Ah right so. That's completely different.

    It'd be understandable I guess for West Ham to be interested in him after losing Benayoun. And we I'm sure would definitely bring in a replacement, as Allyboy says hopefully someone experienced.
  13. Legend#1

    Legend#1 New Member Trusted

  14. choi12911

    choi12911 New Member

    Hopefully this means another winger. I just don't think Wenger is going into a new season with 3 'wingers' who are playing out of their position....
  15. kamikaze80

    kamikaze80 New Member Elite

    yes, if true, we definitely need a great wide mid in the 24-30 age bracket. i just dont see who's out there that is obtainable and fits our game.
  16. Christofaux

    Christofaux New Member

    Gamst pederson, 8Mil... if we dont i hope another top 4 team does because he should be playing champions league football.

    I hope im not at work when i hear the actual news of Freddy signing for another team as i will definately shed a tear. Being my fav player and due to his lack of games last year the ones i actually did get to see (on TV, as i live in Australia) i cherished every time he touched the ball.
  17. lee1001

    lee1001 New Member Trusted

    Frank Ribery maybe? I think i'll start a thread in the transfer rumour section...
  18. I never did buy that "i couldn't play for another premiership club" boolacks. More like I can't play for another premiership club unless I get 60k a week.

    West Ham I salute you.
  19. thegame24

    thegame24 New Member

    ribery is gone

    I would idealy like quaresma to try and shove it in the face of united.

    Ther is also simao and mancini.
  20. Any of those would be fantastic.
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