Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by Aevi, Apr 2, 2019.
I think if we reduce Luiz and Bellerin's playing time we will be back in the CL tbf.
Amazing podcast, BF1 got me into it.
Will check it out! Just need to get out of this current awful horrormovie obsession
Cheap genre bar a few Classics.
Also loathe this pseudo intelligentsia movies from Ari Aster.
Yeah midsommar sucked. Currently into new wave of french horror, early 2000s. I can honestly say Martyrs might have been a life changing experience for me. Frontiers, irreversible, Inside...also very good but so haunting.
This has to be the least glamorous transfer saga of all time.
Hereditary was one of the biggest piles of ****e I ever saw.
Burn this ****ing thread already.
Lock this thread FFS
Why lock the thread? He was bit of an AM golden boy until recently.
Mourinho isn’t interested apparently.
Paid so little attention to this thread I missed this classic GDeep bullshit.
Nobody gave a **** about him.
He was championed by Unai Emery Etxegoien apparently
Guys like @say yes @truth_hurts @UpTheGunnerz are massive fans.
Ant G knows about it, you plum.
We can't keep filling our squad with this sort of players.
The only reason any decent club will touch him is because he's home grown
He's younger than Coutinho, so you rate him by design.
If our money is already spend to get a top CDM or two, keeping Auba + Saka with us, then Fraser on a free is acceptable.
I thought Scottish players weren't homegrown? I remember that from the Tierney discussion.
Anyway, if we lose both Laca and Auba I can imagine us going for a LW rotational option alongside a top striker in the current market. Gives us room to upgrade our spine. I'd be okay giving our talents a shot at LW next year, though.
He's not homegrown. The rule is 3 years in England or Wales registered to a club before he turns 21, regardless of nationality. Fraser was in the Aberdeen academy until he was 19 or something like that.
Can't believe we still linked with this guy he can't even get minutes at Bournemouth
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