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General Transfer Talk

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But Marin has been in two other teams and he has not had a good performance ever. He did not exploded as a great player.

For example,La Liga has five teams in the Champions League this year. In Real Madrid or Barcelona it is impossible, but Atletico Madrid, Valencia and Sevilla would accept some of our players on loan.

Other teams like Villarreal and Real Sociedad (with Moses) could be a good destination for our young players.

In recent years the Spanish teams have won many Champions League or Europa League, besides having won Euro 2008, World Cup 2010 and Euro 2012. I think La Liga is one of the most competitive leagues in the world. The second best after Premier League.

Players like Silva, Pedro, Cazorla, Arteta, Jesus Navas, Azpilicueta, Xabi Alonso or even Fabregas (he joined to Arsenal with 16 years) have been formed in Spain. I think La Liga It is a perfect place for our young guys.

The best option would be that they were on loan on Premier League teams, but that is quite complicated. The League may be a good previous step before joining to our first team.

For me Courtois should be our reference.

For example, Ruben Loftus-Cheek could play this season on loan With Valencia. He would be a perfect choice for Valencia and RLC could play Champions League. A perfect place to complete his evolution.

Regards.

I'm in agreement, but just stated a player were it didn't work out. Kakuta has joined Sevilla, so we'll see how well he does (I know we don't own him anymore, but he should be used an example).

We need to loan players to clubs that are definitely going to play. Moses didn't at Liverpool, Bamford's chances are stacked against him at Palace, etc. I couldn't see RLC playing more often than not at a club like Valencia.

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I'm in agreement, but just stated a player were it didn't work out. Kakuta has joined Sevilla, so we'll see how well he does (I know we don't own him anymore, but he should be used an example).

We need to loan players to clubs that are definitely going to play. Moses didn't at Liverpool, Bamford's chances are stacked against him at Palace, etc. I couldn't see RLC playing more often than not at a club like Valencia.

Just to raise a point that these young players need to show they deserve minutes in training first.

It's easy for us and their agents to say they did not get opportunities when they look average in training - why would the manager select them if there are better options?

With smaller clubs we can add clauses specifying playing time, but bigger clubs won't have any of that.

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I'm in agreement, but just stated a player were it didn't work out. Kakuta has joined Sevilla, so we'll see how well he does (I know we don't own him anymore, but he should be used an example).

We need to loan players to clubs that are definitely going to play. Moses didn't at Liverpool, Bamford's chances are stacked against him at Palace, etc. I couldn't see RLC playing more often than not at a club like Valencia.

Totally agree with you. If we give our players on loan we have to be sure that they are going to play. Maybe it would be risky give RLC to Valencia on loan. Although I think he could be in his starting eleven, but it is true, it is a dangerous choice.

Regards.

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Just to raise a point that these young players need to show they deserve minutes in training first.

It's easy for us and their agents to say they did not get opportunities when they look average in training - why would the manager select them if there are better options?

With smaller clubs we can add clauses specifying playing time, but bigger clubs won't have any of that.

I agree. Liverpool supposedly did that with Ilori last season when he went to Bordeaux.

If our players aren't showing signs of breaking through at small clubs; what chance do they have of ever getting a game here?

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Hmm why didn't City pay that kind of money for Reus? I'd much rather play Sterling-Silva-Reus than Sterling-Silva-De Bruyne.

Because Reus is untouchable

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Holy shit, Matej Delac is STILL here!

Kane too! Amazing how these 2 guys are the last ones remaining from the Kakuta/Bruma/McEachran era :lol:

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If we cant get the Pog and the likes of Kondogbia/Imbula have been snapped up theres other good young cheap CM options we could look at if we want to use this season working on Pog/Koke whatever. Marco Verratti, Granit Xhaka,Bryan Dabo, Jordan Ferri, Ruben Pardo, Rafidine Abdulla, All worth a looksee.

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For example, Ruben Loftus-Cheek could play this season on loan With Valencia. He would be a perfect choice for Valencia and RLC could play Champions League. A perfect place to complete his evolution.

Really doubt Valencia would agree on loan without signing fee included for them to buy him after good season.

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Really doubt Valencia would agree on loan without signing fee included for them to buy him after good season.

It's posible. For example, Valencia is negotiating with Real Madrid for Denis Cheryshev (player of the Academy of Real Madrid)

on loan for next season.

Or Marco Asensio, the young player of the moment in Spain, which has been signed this season by Real Madrid but which will be on loan With Espanyol. Valencia also has been fighting to get him on loan.

maybe RLC would have difficult to play with regularly in some teams in La Liga like Atletico Madrid and Valencia, but there are other teams that could be a good option for him or other players from our academy.

What I meant was that we have on loan over 40 players throughout Europe, and none of those players will play in Spain, which has one of the most competitive leagues in the world. I think La Liga would be a good option.

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It's posible. For example, Valencia is negotiating with Real Madrid for Denis Cheryshev (player of the Academy of Real Madrid)

on loan for next season.

Or Marco Asensio, the young player of the moment in Spain, which has been signed this season by Real Madrid but which will be on loan With Espanyol. Valencia also has been fighting to get him on loan.

maybe RLC would have difficult to play with regularly in some teams in La Liga like Atletico Madrid and Valencia, but there are other teams that could be a good option for him or other players from our academy.

What I meant was that we have on loan over 40 players throughout Europe, and none of those players will play in Spain, which has one of the most competitive leagues in the world. I think La Liga would be a good option.

What about André Gomes of valencia? How good is he??
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No cm's beside witsel. Smh. That's what the club gets for waiting so long.

Witsel and Moutinho. Thats enough options for CM, if we wanted one of them. But i dont think we are.

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No cm's beside witsel. Smh. That's what the club gets for waiting so long.

Plenty of players out there with a price. Question is whether Chelsea is willing to pay it.

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What about André Gomes of valencia? How good is he??

Hi friend!

Andre Gomes is a fantastic player, but he is now injured. A player similar to Xabi Alonso but with more ability to dribble and get to the opponent's box. According to the reports we have been interested in signing him, but as a signing for the future, not for now.

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KdB left out of the squad. City deal done.

KdB-Silva-Sterling

Aguero

One tasty lineup.

But I think defensively they will be exploited. Jose needs be ruthless and drop Cesc and Ivanovic next time we play them and abuse Sterling-Kolovrov side with Pedro and Azpi.

Ramires-Ivanovic was Jose telling City that he is going to not bother their biggest weakness. Terrible.

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