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PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2017 9:11 am 
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Salah and Mane......serious pace

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2017 9:26 am 
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Salah and Mane......serious pace


Not just pace. But pace with excellent ball control. Both IMO are second only to Messi in this department.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2017 1:08 pm 
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This will be just like De Bryne, Cuardado, Lukaku, Sturridge. :roll: :roll:

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what's gonna happen to Danny boy?

He cannot stay injured forever, surely some team will come knocking soon.

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what's gonna happen to Danny boy?

He cannot stay injured forever, surely some team will come knocking soon.



That's whats probably scaring off a ton of teams. He won't come cheap, and if you invest that much only to see him sit on the bench for more than half the season, heads will roll.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 24, 2017 11:08 pm 
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Anyone of them faster than Bellerin? I doubt it.
So, what happens, during African Cup of Nations and these players are in Africa?
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Bigpokey24 wrote:
Salah and Mane......serious pace

Not just pace. But pace with excellent ball control. Both IMO are second only to Messi in this department.


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Liverpool are set to increase their mammoth offer for Naby Keita as they look to wrap up an £8million deal for Hull City left-back Andy Robertson.

The ECHO understands the Reds will test RB Leipzig's resolve once again having had an initial bid of £57million for Keita rejected last week. The hope is that a fee of around £65million (75million Euros) will convince the Bundesliga outfit to do business.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 3:45 am 
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Liverpool are set to increase their mammoth offer for Naby Keita as they look to wrap up an £8million deal for Hull City left-back Andy Robertson.

The ECHO understands the Reds will test RB Leipzig's resolve once again having had an initial bid of £57million for Keita rejected last week. The hope is that a fee of around £65million (75million Euros) will convince the Bundesliga outfit to do business.


From my understanding, their owner isn't hungry and not pressed to sell plus looking forward to CL football with his complete unit intact.

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txj wrote:
Liverpool are set to increase their mammoth offer for Naby Keita as they look to wrap up an £8million deal for Hull City left-back Andy Robertson.

The ECHO understands the Reds will test RB Leipzig's resolve once again having had an initial bid of £57million for Keita rejected last week. The hope is that a fee of around £65million (75million Euros) will convince the Bundesliga outfit to do business.


From my understanding, their owner isn't hungry and not pressed to sell plus looking forward to CL football with his complete unit intact.



My understanding from reporting by Melissa Reddy is that while the GM and coach are taking a public hard line stance, the business people want to do a deal at the right price.

https://www.thisisanfield.com/2017/07/l ... ositively/

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In other transfer news, RB Leipzig's owner says the German club have rejected a 75m euro (£66m) bid for midfielder Naby Keita.

The 22-year-old Guinea international is another Liverpool transfer target.

Dietrich Mateschitz told German tabloid Bild: "We were flattered when an offer of 75m euros for Naby Keita recently landed at our door. No way. He still has a contract and he will fulfil it."

Podcast: '£70m for Keita would be an incredible risk'
Keita, who scored eight goals and provided eight assists in his debut season for Leipzig after joining from Red Bull Salzburg last year, has a contract that runs until 2020.

However, there is a £48m release clause that can be unlocked next summer.
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http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/40652853

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