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6 minutes ago, Jas said:

Ironic you say we have the pulling power when you are one of the people who have no confidence whatsoever when it comes to beating other clubs to top quality players. And don't tell me it's all about the money because one can argue it's part of the pulling power too, especially when we used that to our advantage in the first few years under Roman. 

What else would it be other than money? There’s no chance clubs like PSG are bigger or more prestigious that Chelsea. They offer players double in wages than we do. That’s it.

So no, I’m not confident at all that if we fail to sign Haaland this summer we’ll be able to lure him next year. But that’s not because we are a mid tier club or something. It’s because we don’t offer mammoth wages compared to the state funded clubs.

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If TT dont get at least 1 hight quality player then the club has failed him, this is a great time to build the team further but something tells me we gonna flunder that one.

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4 minutes ago, Atomiswave said:

If TT dont get at least 1 hight quality player then the club has failed him, this is a great time to build the team further but something tells me we gonna flunder that one.

Not really helping his case when he’s giving shit like Barkley and Bakayoko a shot. 
 

I reiterate, it’s Haaland or stick with Tammy: 

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30 minutes ago, MoroccanBlue said:

Not really helping his case when he’s giving shit like Barkley and Bakayoko a shot. 
 

I reiterate, it’s Haaland or stick with Tammy: 

I think Broja will be above Tammy in the pecking order.

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4 minutes ago, MoroccanBlue said:

But, why?

Because he suits Tuchel's system a lot better and most importantly, Tuchel doesn't rate Tammy (by comparison there's been smoke for months that he wants Broja in the squad).

If we can't find a new home for Tammy he will likely play a similar role to what he has done so far under Tuchel. 

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5 minutes ago, Pizy said:

Giroud and Tammy out, Haaland and Broja in.

Sounds good to me.

700kpw is not happening. Only PSG can afford him. 
 

Haaland appointing Raiola convinces me his only ‘dream move’ is who ever offers the fattest wage. 

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1 hour ago, MoroccanBlue said:

Not really helping his case when he’s giving shit like Barkley and Bakayoko a shot. 
 

I reiterate, it’s Haaland or stick with Tammy: 

I am not really a fan of either of those players, but isn't it better he is giving them a shot rather than just discarding them and targeting another player who could become like them in 1-2 years time?

In my opinion, we have plenty of loan rangers and academy boys that can fill the squad roles (bar GK2 and CF1) that I do not want to see us going out and laying out £25m+ and probably £90k+ a week on players like Adama. Personally, when we are shifting academy boys for £20m+ plus a pop after minimal amount of games, it is kind of a no brainer. 

I agree that Tammy should stay if there is no Håland but he really isn't a great fit for TT's style. I can see a situation where if good money comes in the club take it as he only has two years left and there is a big danger he rides the bench all season, at which point his value goes through the floor. Same situation applies to Zouma, although he has the benefit of playing in a position where we have players on the pitch at any given time. 

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5 minutes ago, King Kante said:

I am not really a fan of either of those players, but isn't it better he is giving them a shot rather than just discarding them and targeting another player who could become like them in 1-2 years time?

In my opinion, we have plenty of loan rangers and academy boys that can fill the squad roles (bar GK2 and CF1) that I do not want to see us going out and laying out £25m+ and probably £90k+ a week on players like Adama. Personally, when we are shifting academy boys for £20m+ plus a pop after minimal amount of games, it is kind of a no brainer. 

I agree that Tammy should stay if there is no Håland but he really isn't a great fit for TT's style. I can see a situation where if good money comes in the club take it as he only has two years left and there is a big danger he rides the bench all season, at which point his value goes through the floor. Same situation applies to Zouma, although he has the benefit of playing in a position where we have players on the pitch at any given time. 

The French CM’s we’ve been linked with are all quality. 

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37 minutes ago, MoroccanBlue said:

The French CM’s we’ve been linked with are all quality. 

I cannot say if that is true or not as I haven't watched them enough. However, I remember when we brought Baka and everyone said he was quality when I had actually watched him and thought he was sh*t. 

So, are they actually better than what Baka was at the same age? 

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6 minutes ago, King Kante said:

I cannot say if that is true or not as I haven't watched them enough. However, I remember when we brought Baka and everyone said he was quality when I had actually watched him and thought he was sh*t. 

So, are they actually better than what Baka was at the same age? 

Yes. These lot are Messi in comparison to Bakayoko in terms of technical quality. 
 

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2 hours ago, Pizy said:

What else would it be other than money? There’s no chance clubs like PSG are bigger or more prestigious that Chelsea. They offer players double in wages than we do. That’s it.

So no, I’m not confident at all that if we fail to sign Haaland this summer we’ll be able to lure him next year. But that’s not because we are a mid tier club or something. It’s because we don’t offer mammoth wages compared to the state funded clubs.

Is the wages etc offered not part of the pulling power? How can our pulling power be high if we don't offer as much wages compared to the other clubs? We used to blow clubs off with Roman's financial muscle when he first came and now we're complaining about others blowing us out by doing the same to us.

So you don't think we have to offer mammoth wages to Haaland if we sign him this year? He, Raiola, his dad, his camp know that they can get A LOT of money if they move next year and they can easily demand the same kind of money from us this year. Otherwise, am sure they are willing to bide their time for one more season at Dortmund, especially when they haven't made any noise about leaving Germany. 

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1 hour ago, Blues Forever said:

 

 

Am assuming that ExWhu fella said it in a podcast or somewhere else because I don't see that info on his Twitter feed?

Also, are West Ham assuming that we'll drop our asking price for Abraham if we sign a striker? What if we ended up not signing one? Then what? At least we have some strikers at our disposal but they don't. So am not sure if they can wait long when their need is arguably more urgent. 

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3 minutes ago, Jas said:

Am assuming that ExWhu fella said it in a podcast or somewhere else because I don't see that info on his Twitter feed?

Also, are West Ham assuming that we'll drop our asking price for Abraham if we sign a striker? What if we ended up not signing one? Then what? At least we have some strikers at our disposal but they don't. So am not sure if they can wait long when their need is arguably more urgent. 

Yes, he said this on podcast. West Ham won't wait Tammy forever as there are several alternatives.

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