Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by Highbury_2006, Jan 24, 2020.
Tf is going on?
I read positioning he is good. Good in air. Average from playing the ball from the back. Very good long passer for CB. Slow and not agile.
You can all relax - I've checked him out now and he's quite handsome, so not Gabriel Mark II
Next season we will have
Mustafi (if he stays)
and now Mari at the club
So, he’s not a total scrub.
I'm sure mustafi and one of Sokratis Luiz will be sold Mavropanos will leave on loan again.
From what im reading opinions are mixed we definitely not getting the next van dijk or the next mustafi we getting decent CB it could work if not he'll be easy to be sold because he won't be on big wages
Weird career, other than at Gimnastic he’s not played senior first team football anywhere and he’s 26.
Even they aren’t a top division team.
that still leaves 5 CBs, hopefully this doesnt stop us from buying a CB that we can partner with Saliba in the summer.
You can't rule out Chambers and holding going to sold too if good bid comes
We’re signing someone who’s had a dreadful dreadful career.
Must be a bum.
Been snapped with Edu. At the airport I presume.
It wierd career man city bought him when he was 23 but seem finally kick started his career last 2 season with Deportivo La coruna and now with Flamengo that's why i feel Arteta kept eye in his development
Good summary about Pablo Mari.
It’s not my opinion, it’s facts, other than Gimnastic he’s barely played any first team football.
You wouldn't, and don't have to be the quickest to have a positive impact in a poor defence, and that's all we're trying to achieve really.
Edu: Are you sure you're not a bum?
Edu? What, you're not sure whether you're a bum or not? ffs this is not good...
Mari: No, I'm sure I'm not a bum.
Edu: Ah, good, we leave soon.
20 games for NAC Breda in Eredivise 17-18, 38 games in La Liga 2 for Deportivo La Coruna 18-19 and 22 games in the brazilian League last year after he arrived in the summer.
Yeah, like I said, poverty.
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