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Liverpool are going to win a lot of games with this academy player. :D

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For 35M. Another academy product that Klop developed. He won't fit a signing bankrolled by an oligarch.

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Good business, decent across the frontline.

@Balo, sans the rose tinted glasses, the picture’s seldom Picassoesque, when one looks at the produce of youth systems and academies in England. Truth be told, there are more Hey Arnolds than Alexander-Arnolds. Who, amongst the upper echelon, is bringing through myriad minions without compromising their capacity to challenge? What of Frankie’s homegrown assault on Little Britain’s EPL? With Champions League qualification at stake, out went Abraham, Tomori, Gilmore, in came Pulisic, Giroud et al. And United, having preached the “United way”, how uncoiled were the double helical strands of deoxyribonucleic acid, when Bruno “season saver” Fernandes arrived?

Simply put, there’s too much to lose. Many of the bigger clubs are merely rearing meat for market as far as their academies be concerned. Once in a blue moon a TAA comes along to tickle the bellies on the terraces. So be it.


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fantastic player. Add the left back and the world class Thiago and thats a blinding summer for a team that didnt need to muck tinkering, just smart deals.

I will add Daka as cherry on top, as i think you guys desperately need a finisher.

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balo wrote:
txj wrote:
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For 35M. Another academy product that Klop developed. He won't fit a signing bankrolled by an oligarch.


First let me say that I never really liked those comments from Klopp. Best to simply focus on yourselves.

But I understood them and you have apparently not! And he is absolutely right about LFC not being financed by oligarchs or countries.

He's talking about spending in a sustainable manner with self generated, football income.

That's what the team is doing, and you can see that in the structure of each deal. For instance, the outlay on Thiago in next one year is 5mp.

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Damn...Bayern 7-0 on Schalke

Sane absolutely amazing

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We watched this very boring video, 500 times, of Sacchi doing defensive drills, using sticks and without the ball, with Maldini, Baresi and Albertini. We used to think before then that if the other players are better, you have to lose. After that we learned anything is possible – you can beat better teams by using tactics." Jurgen Klopp


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txj wrote:
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For 35M. Another academy product that Klop developed. He won't fit a signing bankrolled by an oligarch.


First let me say that I never really liked those comments from Klopp. Best to simply focus on yourselves.

But I understood them and you have apparently not! And he is absolutely right about LFC not being financed by oligarchs or countries.

He's talking about spending in a sustainable manner with self generated, football income.

That's what the team is doing, and you can see that in the structure of each deal. For instance, the outlay on Thiago in next one year is 5mp.



Yes, he should have concentrated on Liverpool and their business model. Taking a dig at Chelsea's transfer business implied he failed to see the big picture.

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balo wrote:
txj wrote:
balo wrote:
txj wrote:
Diogo Jota (Wolves)



For 35M. Another academy product that Klop developed. He won't fit a signing bankrolled by an oligarch.


First let me say that I never really liked those comments from Klopp. Best to simply focus on yourselves.

But I understood them and you have apparently not! And he is absolutely right about LFC not being financed by oligarchs or countries.

He's talking about spending in a sustainable manner with self generated, football income.

That's what the team is doing, and you can see that in the structure of each deal. For instance, the outlay on Thiago in next one year is 5mp.



Yes, he should have concentrated on Liverpool and their business model. Taking a dig at Chelsea's transfer business implied he failed to see the big picture.


The comment is based exactly on the big picture as it was directed at LFC fans and the pressure about transfers...

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txj wrote:
balo wrote:
txj wrote:
Diogo Jota (Wolves)



For 35M. Another academy product that Klop developed. He won't fit a signing bankrolled by an oligarch.


First let me say that I never really liked those comments from Klopp. Best to simply focus on yourselves.

But I understood them and you have apparently not! And he is absolutely right about LFC not being financed by oligarchs or countries.

He's talking about spending in a sustainable manner with self generated, football income.

That's what the team is doing, and you can see that in the structure of each deal. For instance, the outlay on Thiago in next one year is 5mp.


Kudos to Klopp for showing the rest of the league that he’s the biggest holier than thou hypocrite in England with a 60 million + pound investment (inclusive of salary) in a player not far from 30 years old. This is in addition to a starting 11 that cost just under 400 million pounds.

It’s so comical how he came up with the oligarch soundbite with a straight face knowing fully well that Roman stopped pumping cash into Chelsea 10 years ago due to the need to comply with FFP.


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green4life wrote:
txj wrote:
balo wrote:
txj wrote:
Diogo Jota (Wolves)



For 35M. Another academy product that Klop developed. He won't fit a signing bankrolled by an oligarch.


First let me say that I never really liked those comments from Klopp. Best to simply focus on yourselves.

But I understood them and you have apparently not! And he is absolutely right about LFC not being financed by oligarchs or countries.

He's talking about spending in a sustainable manner with self generated, football income.

That's what the team is doing, and you can see that in the structure of each deal. For instance, the outlay on Thiago in next one year is 5mp.


Kudos to Klopp for showing the rest of the league that he’s the biggest holier than thou hypocrite in England with a 60 million + pound investment (inclusive of salary) in a player not far from 30 years old. This is in addition to a starting 11 that cost just under 400 million pounds.

It’s so comical how he came up with the oligarch soundbite with a straight face knowing fully well that Roman stopped pumping cash into Chelsea 10 years ago due to the need to comply with FFP.



:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:
did you mean last 10 days?


https://www.transfermarkt.us/fc-chelsea ... verein/631

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Diogo Jota set to join #LFC on a five-year deal for an initial £41m. Could rise to £45m (appearances, PL & UCL success). Wolves accepted just shy of 10% of the guaranteed fee in the next 12 months - offset by defender Ki-Jana Hoever's £13.5m sale.

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Liverpool sign Diogo Jota for £45m from Wolves

Liverpool have completed a £45 million deal for forward Diogo Jota from Wolverhampton Wanderers, reports James Pearce.

The 23-year-old Portugal international has signed a five-year contract. An initial fee of £41 million will rise to £45 million depending on appearances and team success in the Premier League and Champions League.

Dutch teenager Ki-Jana Hoever is going in the opposite direction in a £13.5 million deal — £9 million guaranteed and £4.5 million in add-ons. Liverpool have also negotiated a 15 per cent sell-on clause.

It completes a remarkable day for the club following the unveiling of £27 million signing Thiago Alcantara from Bayern Munich.

Why are Liverpool signing him?
The Anfield hierarchy believe Jota will ease the burden on the front three of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino.

The club’s recruitment staff have followed his progress closely over the past two seasons and have kept in close contact with his agency Gestifute, who also represent Fabinho.

Jurgen Klopp has long admired Jota’s flexibility, determination, eye for goal, work rate and ability to play across the front line. His tactical intelligence on and off the ball also caught Klopp’s eye.

How did they get the deal done?
Assistant boss Pep Lijnders was integral.

The former Porto youth coach used his contacts in Portuguese football and received glowing references about the player’s character.

Wolves’ willingness to be flexible on payment terms was crucial. They have accepted less than 10 per cent of the guaranteed figure in the next 12 months. The vast majority of that is offset by the initial payment from Wolves for the Hoever deal.

What about Watford’s Ismaila Sarr?
The Senegal international was understood to be Liverpool’s main attacking target. However, after initial discussions with Watford this week, it soon became clear that the price tag and the payment structure would be prohibitive.

Despite their relegation to the Championship, Watford were still demanding a base fee of £40 million rising to in excess of £50 million — more than Everton paid for Richarlison. Liverpool deemed that too expensive.

What about other potential departures?
There will certainly be more outgoings after Hoever. Liverpool are looking to offload Harry Wilson and Marko Grujic, who are each valued at around £20 million.

Grujic has attracted interest from Borussia Monchengladbach. Nat Phillips is being pursued by Championship clubs and Liverpool are keen to sell Loris Karius and Yasser Larouci.

They are also considering both permanent and loan offers for Rhian Brewster, with Crystal Palace and Sheffield United leading the chase.


https://theathletic.com/news/liverpool- ... oyeLbj3exD

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Diogo Jota set to join #LFC on a five-year deal for an initial £41m. Could rise to £45m (appearances, PL & UCL success). Wolves accepted just shy of 10% of the guaranteed fee in the next 12 months - offset by defender Ki-Jana Hoever's £13.5m sale.


Tales by moonlight. What you tell yourself to sleep better at night.

The hypocrite Klopp doing things ‘the right way’ by spending another 45 mill on top of the 60 mill investment in Thiago after running his mouth about Liverpool being holier than thou. Carry on Pinocchio :rotf:


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Diogo Jota set to join #LFC on a five-year deal for an initial £41m. Could rise to £45m (appearances, PL & UCL success). Wolves accepted just shy of 10% of the guaranteed fee in the next 12 months - offset by defender Ki-Jana Hoever's £13.5m sale.


Tales by moonlight. What you tell yourself to sleep better at night.

The hypocrite Klopp doing things ‘the right way’ by spending another 45 mill on top of the 60 mill investment in Thiago after running his mouth about Liverpool being holier than thou. Carry on Pinocchio :rotf:



Klopp didn't think that one well.

But he has a history, he once criticized United for spending 90m on one player and said something to the effect he'd never do that, only to smash 75m on VVD. :biggrin:

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Liverpool have bought very well. Jota is a very talented and efficient player.

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Liverpool have bought very well. Jota is a very talented and efficient player.

Agreed but has they sign Jota?


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Diogo Jota set to join #LFC on a five-year deal for an initial £41m. Could rise to £45m (appearances, PL & UCL success). Wolves accepted just shy of 10% of the guaranteed fee in the next 12 months - offset by defender Ki-Jana Hoever's £13.5m sale.


Tales by moonlight. What you tell yourself to sleep better at night.

The hypocrite Klopp doing things ‘the right way’ by spending another 45 mill on top of the 60 mill investment in Thiago after running his mouth about Liverpool being holier than thou. Carry on Pinocchio :rotf:

You've pulled that £60m figure out of your butt. :rotf:

Your team paid £48m upfront for Werner. Liverpool will pay Wolves £4.5m for Jota this year, and the remainder over the course of five years. Thiago cost £5m upfront. Liverpool and most clubs have to be sensible in the current climate - clubs backed by an oligarch or a state have no such worries.

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The YeyeMan wrote:
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Diogo Jota set to join #LFC on a five-year deal for an initial £41m. Could rise to £45m (appearances, PL & UCL success). Wolves accepted just shy of 10% of the guaranteed fee in the next 12 months - offset by defender Ki-Jana Hoever's £13.5m sale.


Tales by moonlight. What you tell yourself to sleep better at night.

The hypocrite Klopp doing things ‘the right way’ by spending another 45 mill on top of the 60 mill investment in Thiago after running his mouth about Liverpool being holier than thou. Carry on Pinocchio :rotf:

You've pulled that £60m figure out of your butt. :rotf:

Your team paid £48m upfront for Werner. Liverpool will pay Wolves £4.5m for Jota this year, and the remainder over the course of five years. Thiago cost £5m upfront. Liverpool and most clubs have to be sensible in the current climate - clubs backed by an oligarch or a state have no such worries.
Liverpool has spent more on one player compared to Chelsea... smh

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Bigpokey24 wrote:
The YeyeMan wrote:
green4life wrote:
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Melissa Reddy
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Diogo Jota set to join #LFC on a five-year deal for an initial £41m. Could rise to £45m (appearances, PL & UCL success). Wolves accepted just shy of 10% of the guaranteed fee in the next 12 months - offset by defender Ki-Jana Hoever's £13.5m sale.


Tales by moonlight. What you tell yourself to sleep better at night.

The hypocrite Klopp doing things ‘the right way’ by spending another 45 mill on top of the 60 mill investment in Thiago after running his mouth about Liverpool being holier than thou. Carry on Pinocchio :rotf:

You've pulled that £60m figure out of your butt. :rotf:

Your team paid £48m upfront for Werner. Liverpool will pay Wolves £4.5m for Jota this year, and the remainder over the course of five years. Thiago cost £5m upfront. Liverpool and most clubs have to be sensible in the current climate - clubs backed by an oligarch or a state have no such worries.
Liverpool has spent more on one player compared to Chelsea... smh

Desperate stuff.

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The YeyeMan wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
The YeyeMan wrote:
green4life wrote:
txj wrote:
Melissa Reddy
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Diogo Jota set to join #LFC on a five-year deal for an initial £41m. Could rise to £45m (appearances, PL & UCL success). Wolves accepted just shy of 10% of the guaranteed fee in the next 12 months - offset by defender Ki-Jana Hoever's £13.5m sale.


Tales by moonlight. What you tell yourself to sleep better at night.

The hypocrite Klopp doing things ‘the right way’ by spending another 45 mill on top of the 60 mill investment in Thiago after running his mouth about Liverpool being holier than thou. Carry on Pinocchio :rotf:

You've pulled that £60m figure out of your butt. :rotf:

Your team paid £48m upfront for Werner. Liverpool will pay Wolves £4.5m for Jota this year, and the remainder over the course of five years. Thiago cost £5m upfront. Liverpool and most clubs have to be sensible in the current climate - clubs backed by an oligarch or a state have no such worries.
Liverpool has spent more on one player compared to Chelsea... smh

Desperate stuff.


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Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Fabinho, Van Dijk, Robertson, Wijnaldum, Henderson, Keita, Mane, Salah, Firmino.

Subs: Adrian, Thiago, Milner, Jones, Minamino, Tsimikas, Origi.

No Gomez, knock in training. Muscle injury for Matip. We need a 4th CB. You can’t trust Matip to stay injury free.
Will be a tough game as usual with Chelsea. Work hard in midfield and let’s do this. Let’s go RedMen! YNWA.....


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Wait! If you want to add Hazard from last year, shouldnt Liverpool add the 168m they got for Countinho? Afterall, Barca paid a huge chunk of that money to Liverpool this year.

And dont forget that you guys brought in Kovacic for 40m in July 2019, while Liverpool didnt really do any business in the summer of 2019, but In January 2020, yLiverpool brought in Minamino. So, similar transfer condition.

Bigpokey24 wrote:
The YeyeMan wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
The YeyeMan wrote:
green4life wrote:
txj wrote:
Melissa Reddy
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11m
Diogo Jota set to join #LFC on a five-year deal for an initial £41m. Could rise to £45m (appearances, PL & UCL success). Wolves accepted just shy of 10% of the guaranteed fee in the next 12 months - offset by defender Ki-Jana Hoever's £13.5m sale.


Tales by moonlight. What you tell yourself to sleep better at night.

The hypocrite Klopp doing things ‘the right way’ by spending another 45 mill on top of the 60 mill investment in Thiago after running his mouth about Liverpool being holier than thou. Carry on Pinocchio :rotf:

You've pulled that £60m figure out of your butt. :rotf:

Your team paid £48m upfront for Werner. Liverpool will pay Wolves £4.5m for Jota this year, and the remainder over the course of five years. Thiago cost £5m upfront. Liverpool and most clubs have to be sensible in the current climate - clubs backed by an oligarch or a state have no such worries.
Liverpool has spent more on one player compared to Chelsea... smh

Desperate stuff.


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