The Wish List

yorch44

Established Member
We’ll need two strikers in the next 6months. I wouldn’t mind us moving for Cabral now. Let him bed in with Laca and then go for another in the summer.

I think there will be a lot of good options at CM in the summer, we could even be working on a free transfer (Zakaria, Kessie, Kamara) now.
We are not getting anyone... Just accept the reality.
 

Rasmi

Got 7 accusations last 3 years. Not my fault 🤦‍♂️
Just 19 years old. Was great in Sweden this year. World class speed and dribbling

 

ChefMan21

Well-Known Member
Before this window closes:
Cabral
Caqueret (loan + option to buy)


For summer:

DM: Rice
CM: Ruiz or Moriba (latter already out on loan, could be a bargain if unhappy)
Striker: Toney, Gouiri, Isak, David, Malen, whoever represents the best value and is achievable

Chuck in a couple of youngsters/obscure players as well.
 

StefanB

Well-Known Member
Before this window closes:
Cabral
Caqueret (loan + option to buy)


For summer:

DM: Rice
CM: Ruiz or Moriba (latter already out on loan, could be a bargain if unhappy)
Striker: Toney, Gouiri, Isak, David, Malen, whoever represents the best value and is achievable

Chuck in a couple of youngsters/obscure players as well.
Cabral has already signed for Fiorentina.
 

Makavelii

Well-Known Member
  1. Patrik Schik: His goalscoring this season isn't just a bit better than others. It's nearly double everyone else (when adjusted for minutes and PK's). Even if he goes back to scoring like previous seasons, his goal rate isn't that bad when you consider he wasn't taking penalties. He's the obvious answer. I don't know why we're not being linked with him?

  2. Viktor Osimhen or Jonathan David: Both have solid consistent goalscoring rates. Both work hard and contribute the the general play like Laca, but with goals added.

Stats source attached.
 

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truth_hurts

Rob Balding Superfan
Knob Holding to **** off to Everton reserves. Forget defensive cover, I'd rather start Nketiah there than the Bolton bellend.

Arteta to take the Everton job.

New manager brings Saliba back, sells Xhaka and brings in Neves and Gravenberch. Calvert-Lewin in as the new striker.
 

kofigunner

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Might as well grab another kid. I wouldn’t mind Fabio Carvalho of Fulham at all. It does appear that Liverpool have stolen a March on this with a 5m bid.
 

GoonerBoy19

Well-Known Member
Didn't schick failed a medical few years back with Juventus? I believe that's one of the reasons a lot of clubs don't have him on the shortlist. He had some heart conditions in past.
 

asukru

Established Member
I am wishing for us to somehow make top 4 this season and get back to Europe so we can have a great spending summer...
 

TornadoTed

Well-Known Member
After all of the Winter windows dealings I will have a crack at a wish list for the Summer,

GK - Ramsdale, Turner, Okonkwo

DL - Tierney, Tavares
DC - Gabriel, Saliba
DC - White, Holding
DR - Tomiyasu, Mazraoui

MC - Gravenberch ,Xhaka
MC - Partey, Lokonga

AML - Martinelli, ESR
AMC - Ødegaard, Wirtz

SC - Nunez, Origi, Balogun

I have concentrated on players whose contracts are either expiring this Summer or Summer 2023

I know Origi will raise a few eyebrows but I would absolutely take him on a free as a backup striker, spend the big bucks on Nunez, Gravenberch and Wirtz.
 

Yousif Arsenal

On Vinai's payroll
Moderator
My wish list for summer is Raphinha. Darwin Nunez. Neves and Kamara for free.

Raphinha would be such top signing for us guy keep improving already settled in PL if we sell pepe he'd be his upgrade and perfect replacement. Nunez has similar ability to Vlahovic also a striker that fit our current system young and powerful striker. Neves is obvious Xhaka replacement and Kamara could give us great depth and he good midfielder.
 

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