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23 Mar 2018 05:05:57
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23 Mar 2018 05:05:57
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23 Mar 2018 00:36:12
Hi Eds!
Have Liverpool contacted Leicester at all at some point or not?
Thank you all!

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{Ed001's Note - I am going to assume you mean regarding Ndidi and not just have they generally contacted Leicester. Not as far as I am aware.}

22 Mar 2018 22:40:23
Is it only me, but I feel Danny Ings is getting his first start at the Everton game.

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22 Mar 2018 22:56:37
I wouldn't be surprised at that as Everton will be up for it, I wouldn't risk any of our main men at Goodison not in between the CL QF. Remember their fans were glad when City beat them in 13/ 14.

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22 Mar 2018 23:36:01
If he does start he'll score. We've all seen him the last 10 minutes of games and he's been so close, give him a full 90 minutes and he'll find the net no problem, I'd love to see him start against Everton.

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23 Mar 2018 04:44:49
Last time we played Everton and saved some key players, half the site wanted Klopp gone for not playing the best players available in a Derby match.

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21 Mar 2018 23:54:55
I've been reading a lot about the effect of Robert Lewandowski's potential transfer to Madrid. Apparently, they are very keen on Firmino as a replacement. I can't see it happening myself but maybe one to look out for during the Summer.

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22 Mar 2018 06:49:04
More likely they will sign Werner in my opinion.

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22 Mar 2018 07:23:21
If there is no buy out clause in his contract they simply can't afford him.

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22 Mar 2018 07:37:50
I agree with mk. Bayer have done it for years. Not just taking the best talent from within Germany but taking from teams and making them weaker as such.

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22 Mar 2018 07:46:37
I think they’d go for Werner as well. Bobby is staying out, he loves it here.

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22 Mar 2018 08:02:06
Bayern isn't a selling Club. They haven't let anybody go that the didn't want to as they don't need the Money. If you look at the outs of the recent years youll see that bayern haven't sold any of their starting 11 players (Kroos was in and out the starting 11) so i don't think they will start doing it now.

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22 Mar 2018 09:39:36
We need that piano teeth smile in our team!

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22 Mar 2018 16:25:32
I won't be surprised if Lewandoski leaves. He's 29. Last chance for a massive contract and he may think he has a better chance of winning the Champions League with Ronaldo in his team.
However, I think Bayern will go for Werner and not Firmino. Werner is more of a traditional striker than Firmino and that fits more with Bayern's style.

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22 Mar 2018 20:09:39
So far Salah hasn't stayed at a club for more than 2 seasons. Now hopefully he has found his spiritual home. However I think we need to win the league next year or forget it until we rebuild after he leaves.

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21 Mar 2018 23:54:49
Champions league might not be enough to keep Salah! He used to get it regularly at Roma and the club he intends to move is Real! We have to win that League.

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22 Mar 2018 08:37:50
Perssonally I don't even think that would retain a player if Real or Barcelona came calling, although I think joning Real now wouldn't be such a great move as they seem to have gone downhill a little.

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22 Mar 2018 11:21:01
Nah if we won the league it would definitely have a major affect on our ranking as a top club. Win the league in England where there are many teams that can win the league, coupled with the fact Klopp is the manager and you could play alongside Keita, Van Dijk, Firmino, Mane and Salah? Players would want to come and our top players would want to stay if we payed them for doing so well.

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22 Mar 2018 12:36:10
I wonder if Real would even have such a pulling power for Salah given he is Egyptian not South American. Personally don't see why they have such power anyway, they are nothing special nowadays and they play in a boring league.

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22 Mar 2018 13:12:17
Players leave. That's what they do. Some stay for a year or two. Some for a few years.

Neymar left Barca. Messi would leave them also, in a heartbeat, if they did not pay him a king's ransom. They even pay his dad a king's ransom.

Ronaldo threatens to leave Real every year.

Even Gerrard wanted to leave, to join Mourinho at Chelsea.

So yes, Salah will leave.

But not yet. Not yet.

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22 Mar 2018 13:37:38
They're nothing special but they've won the champions league 3 times since 2013 whilst we've won. oh yeah we haven't lol. But we are on our way up it seems and that's what matters.

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22 Mar 2018 13:49:20
Salah is so well-received in Liverpool the hero worship alone will convince him to stay for a while. Seems like someone you want around your club and city. got to offer him good money to keep him but we seem to be doing well financially at the moment.

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22 Mar 2018 14:39:23
And with the team they have they won't be winning it again anytime soon.

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22 Mar 2018 15:02:33
Salah is a phenomenal player, but a big part to his success this year is down to the system we play and what Bobby Firmino does to create space. If he went to Madrid he would not be the focal point and would not do anywhere near as good as he is doing this season.

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22 Mar 2018 15:17:15
Not sure if I agree Amerigo. Generally speaking think if a player wants to go they will go irrespective of how much cash you can throw at them.

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22 Mar 2018 18:41:22
Unless it's a greed thing I can't see Salah or Fermino wanting to move for a few years (or unless klopp leaves), we play exactly to their strengths allowing them to stand out. If they went to Barcelona or Madrid they would play second fiddle to their superstars.

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22 Mar 2018 19:52:03
I hope so, Firmino is a magician and is sometimes outshone by the obvious brilliance Salah shows each week.

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22 Mar 2018 22:12:15
Out of our front 3 i would say that Bobby would be the most likely to want to stay with us i get the feeling he loves playing for us and Klopp.

Mo Salad will eventually play for one of the big 2 in Spain i think and if our main Mane started to consistantly shine again i think he would be a goner too sadly.

As a club i think we need a sustained period of success before that will stop.

I hope im wrong though and their form continues, they stay and propel us to that period of success and become heros in the city for the red side anyway. Stay here for the rest of their lives get old and fat, Bobby runs for mayor and beats dodgey Joe in a landslide victory (who is still going somehow still phoning the bizzies over boom boom Barkley) whilst Mane and Mo host talk shows on lfc tv and remember their glory days on that historic Anfield grass.

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22 Mar 2018 23:38:44
I don't think anything will ever stop the pulling power of the big 2 in Spain. They have always been able to prize away top talent from the biggest clubs. (Ronaldo/ Beckham/ Henry etc. ) There are other draws that make them more appealing other than just how good and successful they are. One huge one being the fact if you were offered the same job in London/ Manchester/ Liverpool or in Madrid/ Barcelona, which cities and country would you prefer.
The only thing we can do is get to the top and be a club players find it very hard to leave and a club other players don't turn down so that when the eventual bids for our superstar player of the time comes and they do leave, we are in a better position to buy top class players with the money.

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23 Mar 2018 00:16:04
How can you say they won’t win it any time soon when they have the funds and pulling power to land any player? They will fix their problems in the summer. And I wouldn’t write them off in this years CL either.

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23 Mar 2018 04:51:05
Gotta start paying similar wages to our top players as other team does. How a player like Firmino can have under 90k a week, when you see what other players earn these days is beyond ridicoulous.

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{Ed001's Note - only ridiculous if the player expects more. If the player is happy, then it is irrelevant.}

21 Mar 2018 20:04:52
Does anyone think vardy would be a good signing? He has an eye for goal and has shown some real classy technique. That goal (against West brom? ) when it came over his shoulder and he volleyed it. I cannot stress how difficult that is to do, you need the technique and the timing but you need to do all this in full sprint, footballs move pretty quick when played high and straight.

He is also pretty quick and it seems only a matter of time until he joins a bigger club. I wouldn't put him before Firmino, no way but there are a lot of games and Bobby can't play them all.

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21 Mar 2018 20:16:27
The fact that whenever he scores (that goal included) he wheels away pointing at his own chest and screaming "ME, ME F*$"ing ME" suggests to me that he may not fit in with the team ethos that Jurgen is building.

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21 Mar 2018 20:19:32
Considering age profile (31)not sure he'd be a good investment for LFC or any other top 6 club.

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21 Mar 2018 20:48:01
I would prefer for our other options such as Solanke, Brewster or Ings to be given a shot, however if some or all of them leave in the summer and we need a proven back up, I think we could do far worse than Vardy as a stop gap. Only problem would be price for an aging player as has been mentioned above.

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21 Mar 2018 21:20:23
I think that Ings and Solanke are more than enough back up. Klopp seems to want to add goals in the midfield positions. Hence the Ox Followed by Keita. Hendon Milner and Gini all scored one each whilst ox scored 4 assisted 5.
Maybe he will move TAA into midfield next year?

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21 Mar 2018 23:02:19
I think vardy is a good player that has developed later in his career albeit too very good player, I would say yes too him but like other posters on here it’s the age that is stumbling block,

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{Ed0333's Note - haven’t you just contradicted yourself Wombat?

22 Mar 2018 00:52:51
Reminds me of my favourite joke:

What do you do if you find a wombat?

Have a game of wom


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22 Mar 2018 07:25:48
No thank you. Stop gap not required
For those old enough to remember David Speedie did well scoring at other clubs and to be gair scored some big goals for us.
However- started a churn of older players who didn’t fit and were shipped out.

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22 Mar 2018 07:39:26
No thanks. Wouldn't suit out style of football.

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22 Mar 2018 08:55:22
Doesnt suit our style at all, doesn't suit our team ethic at all, has a well documented history of downing tools every time he's not happy and frankly is a bit of a racist ***. Thanks but no thanks.

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22 Mar 2018 14:31:31
I don't think that Vardy would fit in, for a number of reasons, his age, his price, his partner, his attitude, is that enough .

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22 Mar 2018 19:33:30
What about Origi as a back up rather than Vardy?

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22 Mar 2018 23:07:43
Yeah good point Ed reading it back haha, and you can’t beat the wombats!

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{Ed0333's Note - No worries mate and nooooo you can’t beat the wombats.

21 Mar 2018 18:55:50
It has been said on here that there is interest in draxler but I also see links to cabellos of Madrid. Would it be a case of one or the other or is the cabellos interest not real?

Keep up the great work.

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{Ed002's Note - I have explained over and over about interest in Ceballos - but they play in different positions.}

21 Mar 2018 15:19:34
Hey eds, any interest from Liverpool, or any team, in Richarlison from Watford? He's looked decent every time I've seen Watford play. Thanks guys, hope you're having a great day.

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{Ed001's Note - none from Liverpool, most interest died out because he has been awful after a good start.}

21 Mar 2018 19:50:43
Agreed Ed1. I’ve seen Richarlison play live on a number of occasions and I assure you he’s massively over hyped. Ok he’s young but I’ve never seen a player miss so many clear cut open goal chances in all my 40+ years (he makes Ronnie Rosenthal look like Messi on occasions :) .

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21 Mar 2018 08:05:21
Eds what is the situation with Grujic? Does Klop rate him for a place in the team for next year or are we looking to sell him?

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{Ed001's Note - it is all dependent on his loan spell, though his dad wants him to move on.}

21 Mar 2018 08:23:47
Thanks Ed001.With so many midfield players plus the new signings in summer to be honest i don't blame him. He will not find a place.

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{Ed001's Note - personally I am not convinced he is anywhere near good enough.}

21 Mar 2018 08:28:44
What have you made of his performances at Cardiff ed? At while we're at it, what have you made of Keita lately? Seems to have upped his game to his levels of last season.

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{Ed001's Note - I have only seen Grujic twice at Cardiff and he did not impress me at all. Same as his Liverpool performances, lots of running around but no thought. Keita is a top class player, just needs to act right off the pitch, all very well turning up early for training etc, but no need to be a dick over money. That will not wash in Liverpool if he starts dumping tips on the floor or similar. He will soon find himself regretting it.}

21 Mar 2018 08:31:05
I think it's best for him to move on. For his career and for us, I don't think he'll ever quite make it, Markovich springs to mind when I think of Grujic. I think we're improving dramatically, we're going for top players and I'm afraid Grujic just isn't that.

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21 Mar 2018 09:49:17
contrary to posts, i believe if coached and played right Grujic can be a much better player than Matic. But he would need a lot of consistent chances to become a player like matic. which of course would not be happening at LFC. Makes me wonder why do we even buy young players at all. If i remember correct Grujic wasnt a free transfer.

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21 Mar 2018 09:52:14
Nothing to indicate he’s good enough but it’s early days, if Cardiff get promoted and he spends a whole season there in the PL learning you never know.

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21 Mar 2018 09:57:03
Ffs Ed Keitas not a dick is he.

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{Ed001's Note - he has been one this season, taunting team-mates about money, in a restaurant threw his tip on the floor after mouthing about how much he is earning and stupid little things like that. Hopefully he will get that out of his system, it is a meteoric rise he has had and it is easy to let it go to your head.}

21 Mar 2018 10:09:53
Good God ed those are the worst kind. i am certainly now not looking forward to that. Hope he gets a reality check.

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{Ed001's Note - he is just a kid who is in need of taking down a peg or two. A bit of community work, learning about those less fortunate etc, will soon teach him some humility and empathy. I just fear LFC, with its total focus on money over respect for others (see sponsorship deals in recent years), is not the place to teach him humility and respect.}

21 Mar 2018 10:30:32
I was about to say that but feared since the posters. It is really not a match keita's attitude and us.
Still i think we have down to earth players in Hendo, mo and others who he might learn a thing or two from.

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{Ed001's Note - certainly Salah shows genuine humility and a lot of other players around the world could learn from him and his acts of generosity.}

21 Mar 2018 10:37:31
coming from Guinea i'd thought he would know better. But success really hits few very hard.
though i hope Klopp won't have any of his shenanigans and he will be shown the bench if his attitude persists.

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21 Mar 2018 10:41:07
How's Mane's attitude Ed? From what I've read he's close to Naby off the pitch, hopefully he can be a positive influence on Naby when he comes.

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{Ed001's Note - he has been fine since joining. I am hoping it was just a bit of childishness from Keita that he will quickly grow out of. We all do stupid things, that's how we learn. Just have to hope he learns.}

21 Mar 2018 10:59:34
To sign for a club like us, in the premier league and at his age, he's going to be overly chuft which has obviously made him look daft because he's bloated about it a bit too much lol which in a way I understand, he's young an excited, he just should've kept his mouth shut and got on with it but I believe once he joins us he'll get his head down and mould into our team comfortably. The more senior players, Salah, Mane, Firmino, Hendo etc will straighten him out I think just from their presence alone.

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21 Mar 2018 11:00:46
I remember mane had a breakdown at soto when he was to join us. Attitude really went the drain. I just Hope both players help each other in becoming better and world class footballers and not create whining side corner in the dressing room talking things other than football.

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21 Mar 2018 12:03:49
If Grujic can prove himself there is a place for him in the squad next season, we need a back up to Hendo and, with Can leaving, there's no suitable alternative at the club. However I think that Klopp doesn't trust him and will bring in someone else for that rule with Grujic going on another loan or being sold.

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21 Mar 2018 12:03:49
If Grujic can prove himself there is a place for him in the squad next season, we need a back up to Hendo and, with Can leaving, there's no suitable alternative at the club. However I think that Klopp doesn't trust him and will bring in someone else for that rule with Grujic going on another loan or being sold.

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21 Mar 2018 11:32:21
Keita regards Mane as a big brother figure so perhaps it will be Mane who gets to impact on Keita when he’s here.

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21 Mar 2018 12:14:31
Keita will be fine it is different from any young lad who suddenly comes into money and has not really had to earn it like the working class do
Lee Bowyer John Terry Nile Ranger are all example of idiots who money could not humble but with Hendo there and Salah and Mane and Robertson setting the right examples he should be fine imo.

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21 Mar 2018 13:41:48
Watched Naby play Bayern last weekend he run the midfield covered a lot of ground got into Bayern box on several occasions and scored and set up Werner for his goal them two work well together . The two center half’s were out standing they nullified the Bayern attack they need scouting for future reference . I would of rather had Bayern than city in champs league they are not that great.

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21 Mar 2018 14:07:32
Henderson, Wijnaldum and Keita can all play a holding midfield role.

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21 Mar 2018 14:17:36
I think one of Grujic's biggest weakness, which can often make or break a quality footballer, is his inability to improve the mental side of his game.

I have watched Cardiff, as often as I can, and I still see the same problems that made me concerned with signing him. Grujic's concerntration throughout a match is suspect, his positioning often questionable, he makes silly challenges early in matches which leaves him on a yellow card within the first five minutes. He is rash and aggressive, not so much with intent, but accidental. He will often judge a defensive tackle, often a sliding tackle, inccorectly and take the man out completely. He does this so often.

The boy does have ability, although his passing, I think, will always lower his ceiling of development. His passing is often times horrendous and I am not talking about his inaccuracy with long balls, I am talking about his inability to play a simple pass when no defenders are closing either him or the receiver down. It is very troubling, he turns over possession so frequently. If he is to play for Liverpool then that needs to stop because, with our offensive strategy, turn over possession in the areas Grujic occupies would see us concede a number of goals.

For me, Grujic is not ready to perform in the Premier League just yet. Maybe near the mid to bottom sides of the Premier League, but definitely not the top. In my opinion, the club needs to make a big decision in regards to Grujic, either sell him and let him develop him, or loan him out and make a firm decision next year.

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21 Mar 2018 19:25:17
Sadly, I think Grujic missed the boat by insisting on loan back to finish the season with the old club after he signed in january, Klopp gave bunch of kids a run of games that spring as he was all in on the europa league. He's been very stingy giving chances to kids since then preferring a more finished players. With top 6 being so far ahead of everyone else and bunched up on top of that, early cup exits, there will be only so few chances afforded to the youngsters.

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22 Mar 2018 20:06:54
Ketia will get jumped on by 20 angry Scousers in a restaurant if he threw a tip on the floor.

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20 Mar 2018 21:06:04
Hi eds, just a quick question, I don't usually listen to gossip or rumours, anymore, but heard a report on merseyside radio that real had made contact with Liverpool over Salah, more rubbish or anything in it, cheers.

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{Ed002's Note - I have explained this over and over - Salah had his representatives contact RM.}

20 Mar 2018 22:04:00
I think Ed2 mentioned this months ago lol or it certainly seems that long ago, old news.

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20 Mar 2018 22:47:53
I understand that ed, I guess I was asking is reals interest that strong that they've contacted Liverpool over a possible move, cheers for the reply,

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{Ed002's Note - over and over again. Read the posts.}

20 Mar 2018 21:54:44
Do you expect him to leave in the Summer ed?

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{Ed002's Note - no}

21 Mar 2018 07:36:38
Ive been reading this page for what seems like a decade, back when Macca was a regular poster. Questions and replies like the ones above just seem to scream out journalist. don't know why you bother authorising the post.

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21 Mar 2018 07:59:43
Chaps. I think we should just enjoy the wonderful football we are watching from Salah. I don’t think he’ll leave in the Summer but, if we’re not challenging for the PL and CL in the future and his form continues he’ll want to leave.

Only clubs like Man United can keep their top players without challenging, prime example De Gea. One of the best keepers in the world playing for poor United teams since Ferguson left. Difference is, they are paying him a fortune.

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21 Mar 2018 09:58:35
For the top class players to stay let's face it you've got to be winning things consistently and not nearly every year 😉.

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21 Mar 2018 13:42:15
De Gea would go if he had chance, but I think he has wanted away for a few seasons.

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21 Mar 2018 14:29:47
Glad to hear he isn’t expected to leave next season!

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20 Mar 2018 10:37:21
Hi Eds,

I am not going to focus on the in's as you have given us great info already and as you say these things change all the time.

However is this a good summary of the expected outs?

GK - Mignolet, Ward

Def - Clynn, Klavan - What is the plan with Moreno do you know? will he be staying?

Mid - Can - also possibly one of Milner or Lallana?

Att - Sturridge - Also what is the plan for Solanke as he has not really kicked on? Possibly a loan?

Any info is greatly appreciated


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{Ed001's Note - Klavan is a maybe on an out, Moreno is likely to stay for now. Too early to know with Solanke but a loan is very possible, it is more likely one of him or Ings ends up sold.}

20 Mar 2018 12:42:59
im hearing off a good source can is holding out in til his contract has a month left then he will sign for city.

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20 Mar 2018 13:46:54
Would think Origi will leave, probably Kent.

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20 Mar 2018 14:55:04
City can have Can for me if that's true, not sure he's progressed that much here, he'll end up warming their bench I'd guess.

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20 Mar 2018 15:14:21
I think Klavan is a decent option to have around the club, seems a nice bloke with plenty of international experience (albeit for estonia) .
He's not going demand ludicrous wages and nor will he expect regular playing time.
IMO his form at start of season was better than Matip's and on par with Lover's.

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20 Mar 2018 15:39:29
All this talk of Mignolet and Ward leaving and only one keeper coming in! Would this mean our third choice next season would be Bogdan (enter pained expression emoji here! ) am I right that his contract runs to June 2019.

Hopefully we can keep Ward but I understand he just wants to play can't blame the lad! It would be nice if Bodgan asked for his contract to be ripped up so he can find a team to play for!

Thanks Eds for all your insights and feedback.

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{Ed001's Note - no, Bogdan is just with us to get back to full health.}

20 Mar 2018 16:43:12
I would rather keep Ings and loan Solanke with Origi and Sturridge sold.
Ings looks sharp whenever he comes on and seems far more likely to bag a goal. If god forbid Bobby got injured I would much rather (& have more confidence in) Ings up front than Solanke. We may well come good but to me looks a long way short of quality needed to be our first choice back up forward.

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20 Mar 2018 16:46:13
Our third keeper will be exactly who our third keeper should be - an academy keeper who could theoretically stand in for an emergency but realistically will never play a game.

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20 Mar 2018 17:28:19
I agree hjikle. A goalkeeping department of Karius, handonovic (my preferable for back up option) and shamal George.

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20 Mar 2018 19:27:23
Give Solanke a break. Just because he didn't outplay the best front three in the league week in and week out means we should get rid? Ings has been shining in what little time he's had, but Solanke has that something special to pick up a fair few for us if we can get him a bit of time on the pitch with Salah or Mane. But the schedule ahead of us is too important to give youth a chance at the moment so Solanke will have to wait for next year.

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20 Mar 2018 21:18:58
Would love to see both Ings and Origi kept, with Solanke loaned out.
Origi is probably closest thing we have to Firmino's style of play if Bobby was out, and I like Ings effort. He needs a goal or two for confidence though.
Klavan to go and Matip to stay. Clyne to go. Mignolet to go. Ward to go. Flanagan to go. That's about it for me I reckon.

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20 Mar 2018 22:44:31
I wish Ward would be given a shot at the #2, although I'm sure he's looking for a #1 opportunity.

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21 Mar 2018 06:43:24
I think grabara deserves to be our 3rd choice next season. From what I've seen in the youth games he looks really promising. I'd like to see Ndidi come in to the midfield regardless of whether Can leaves or not.

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22 Mar 2018 19:17:14
Bogdan had a really bad game for the under 23s last night, that could be his last game for us .

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