Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by Aevi, Feb 6, 2019.
He'd be available for about 15m, right? Would you consider that big money?
What do you think Aarons would go for? Is he as established at Norwich, or even as highly rated, as Maddison was?
But do they have anyone who tells him good ebening? Someone that can esplain why? Let's relight the fire.
He's a starter for them and is under contract there until 2023, Norwich will definitely be asking for a sizeable fee. Especially if they get promoted, which looks likely as they're currently first (though not by much).
Not convinced by this one. I think we will be priced out of Pepe due to Lille and Pepe aiming too high. Think we may end up with Pavon to play on the right.
The media are reporting that he's 'rated' at £15m but I'm sure it will take a higher fee than that. Although Maddison was constantly linked with £30m moves and went for £20m in the end.
If I were in the Arsenal hierarchy, I’d get Kelly (or Sessegnon on the cheap) and Aarons (if they’re as good as suggested and the confidence is there that they can play at the EPL level).
I really hope we don't go after Pavon. He seems very limited.
How would you managed that?
If Fulham gets relegated and the fact he hasn’t had a great season.
I'm not so sure. He is fast and has a very good football brain. He can shoot and link play. He is very much an Emery style player defensively. He isn't Pepe level in terms of dribbling but he can beat a man, do a stepover and has tight control.
If you are looking at the next player to blow it will be him.
Doesn't seem like that to me but I haven't seen much of him. What do you think of Lozano?
I'd like us to get Perisic and another speedy dribbler on the other wing.
Loan with an obligation to buy?
Penalty fee offered if we chose not to make it permanent...
Should have swapped them Ramsey for him last summer while Mourinho was still there.
It wouldn't be a terrible idea to go back for that Samuel Chukwuese lad. By all accounts he's lighting up La Liga with Villarreal. We do need a fast, skillful winger.
Before clubs started throwing silly money at decent talents he was linked to Ajax. Saw some potential in him, but not sure he'd be able to perform at Arsenal level immediately. Also thought he was very disappointing at the World Cup. I think there is too much hype reflected in his price. Would rather go for a different winger.
I would rather look at Hudson-Odoi as the next player to blow it, or Chukwueze, or Bergwijn.
I'd say Bergwijn is the more complete winger of the two at PSV, but Lozano is undeniably productive. It's a shame Bergwijn picked up a big injury, wouldn't have minded us picking him up in summer. On the fence about Lozano, not sure he'd step up a level or two. He definitely could though.
Can't wait for Monchi to sell Aubameyang and Lacazette and replace them with Ziyech and Belotti.
I don't think Chukwueze and Bergwijn are any better than Saka. I don't even feel their ceiling is as high either. There is no point in brining in a really young winger. The player who comes in needs to be 23-25 and have saka or Amaechi as understudies.
Pavon, Lozano, Pepe, Bailey, Under, Troussard and Sarr will all be overpriced. They also have risk added to them. As well as Pepe is doing this season, he has basically played one game a week. No European ties and they are out of the cup. Can he sustain his level with 3 games a week in England, no winter break and Champions League for the first time? How can the club drop £70 million on someone who may not hit those heights.
On one hand I'm very pleased we are finally being linked to players we have so desperately needed for so long (and types we would never have bought under Wenger) - e.g. wingers, but on the other hand it's depressing that they seem so Europa League-y. Everton-y.
I hope there's more to it than that. I'm just going by e.g. that Sandro bloke's age and the fact he is still in Belgium.
Agreed. He has looked good since the Argentinian league started again. He is finding a bit of form again following an early season dip.
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