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 Post subject: 2018-19 EPL Player Movements
PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 7:12 pm 
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AFC BOURNEMOUTH
In: David Brooks (Sheffield United, Undisclosed)
Out: Baily Cargill (Released), Ryan Allsop (Wycombe Wanderers, Free), Ollie Harfield (Released), Sam Matthews (Released), Patrick O’Flaherty (Released), Joe Quigley (Released), Rhoys Wiggins (Retired), Benik Afobe (Wolverhampton Wanderers, Undisclosed), Max Gradel (Toulouse, Undisclosed), Adam Federici (Stoke, Undisclosed), Lewis Grabban (Nott'm Forest, Undisclosed)

ARSENAL
In: Stephan Lichtsteiner (Juventus, Free), Bernd Leno (Bayer Leverkusen, Undisclosed), Sokratis Papastathopoulos (Dortmund, Undisclosed), Lucas Torreira (Sampdoria, Undisclosed), Matteo Guendouzi (Lorient, Undisclosed)
Out: Per Mertesacker (Retired), Santi Cazorla (Released), Takuma Asano (Hannover 96, Loan), Jack Wilshere (West Ham, Free), Marc Bola (Blackpool, Free)

BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION
In: Leon Balogun (Mainz, Free), Joseph Tomlinson (Yeovil Town, Free), Florin Andone (Deportivo La Coruna, Undisclosed), Jason Steele (Sunderland, Undisclosed), Bernardo (RB Leipzig, Undisclosed), Hugo Keto (Arsenal, Free), David Button (Fulham, Undisclosed), Yves Bissouma (Lille, Undisclosed), Percy Tau (Mamelodi Sundowns, Undisclosed)
Out: Uwe Huenemeier (SC Paderborn, Free), Steve Sidwell (Released), Jamie Murphy (Rangers, Undisclosed), Bailey Vose (Colchester United, Undisclosed), Liam Rosenior (Released), Connor Goldson (Rangers, Undisclosed), Robert Sanchez (Forest Green, Loan), Ben Hall (Notts County, Loan), Christian Walton (Wigan Athletic, Loan)

BURNLEY
In:
Out: Dean Marney (Released), Scott Arfield (Rangers, Free), Tom Anderson (Doncaster Rovers, Free), Chris Long (Fleetwood Town, Free), Josh Ginnelly (Released)

CARDIFF CITY
In: Josh Murphy (Norwich, Undisclosed), Greg Cunningham (Preston North End, Undisclosed), Bobby Reid (Bristol City, Undisclosed), Alex Smithies (QPR, Undisclosed)
Out:

CHELSEA
In: Jorginho (Napoli, Undisclosed)
Out: Mitchell Beeney (Released), Wallace Oliveira (Released), Trevor Chalobah (Ipswich Town, Loan), Nathan Baker (Yeovil Town, Loan), Reece James (Wigan Athletic, Loan), Dujon Sterling (Coventry City, Loan), Lewis Baker (Leeds United, Loan), Kenedy (Newcastle United, Loan), Jamal Blackman (Leeds United, Loan), Todd Kane (Hull City, Loan), Mason Mount (Derby County, Loan), Charlie Colkett (Shrewsbury Town, Loan)

CRYSTAL PALACE
In: Vicente Guaita (Getafe, Free)
Out: Diego Cavalieri (Released), Damien Delaney (Released), Lee Chung-yong (Released), Yohan Cabaye (Al Nasr, Free)

EVERTON
In:
Out: Joel Robles (Real Betis, Free), Jose Baxter (Oldham Athletic, Free), David Henen (Released), Ramiro Funes Mori (Villarreal, Undisclosed), Luke Garbutt (Oxford United, Loan), Wayne Rooney (D.C. United, Undisclosed)

FULHAM
In: Jean Michael Seri (Nice, Undisclosed), Maxime Le Marchand (Nice, Undisclosed)
Out: Ryan Fredericks (West Ham, Free), Isaac Pearce (Forest Green, Free), Joe Felix (QPR, Free), David Button (Brighton, Undisclosed)

HUDDERSFIELD TOWN
In: Ben Hamer (Leicester City, Free), Terence Kongolo (AS Monaco, Undisclosed), Ramadan Sobhi (Stoke City, Undisclosed), Juninho Bacuna (Groningen, Undisclosed), Gabriel Roasrio (Reading, Free), Erik Durm (Borussia Dortmund, Undisclosed), Adama Diakhaby (AS Monaco, Undisclosed)
Out: Dean Whitehead (Retired), Robert Green (Released), Jack Boyle (Clyde, Free), Denilson Carvalho (Released), Dylan Cogill (Clyde, Free), Luca Colville (Released), Cameron Taylor (Released), Jack Payne (Bradford City, Loan), Sean Scannell (Bradford City, Undisclosed)

LEICESTER CITY
In: Ricardo Pereira (Porto, Undisclosed), Jonny Evans (West Brom, Undisclosed), James Maddison (Norwich City, Undisclosed), Danny Ward (Liverpool, £12.5m)
Out: Robert Huth (Released), Ben Hamer (Huddersfield Town, Free), Connor Wood (Bradford City, Undisclosed), Riyad Mahrez (Man City, Undisclosed)

LIVERPOOL
In: Fabinho (AS Monaco, Undisclosed), Naby Keita (RB Leipzig, Undisclosed), Xherdan Shaqiri (Stoke City, £13m), Alisson (AS Roma, Undisclosed)
Out: Yan Dhanda (Swansea City, Undisclosed), Ovie Ejaria (Rangers, Loan), Emre Can (Juventus, Free), Jon Flanagan (Rangers, Free), Jordan Williams (Rochdale, Free), Harry Wilson (Derby County, Loan), Danny Ward (Leicester City, £12.5m), Ryan Kent (Rangers, Loan)

MANCHESTER CITY
In: Riyad Mahrez (Leicester, Undisclosed)
Out: Pablo Maffeo (Stuttgart, Undisclosed), Yaya Toure (Released), Ashley Smith-Brown (Plymouth Argyle, Undisclosed), Angus Gunn (Southampton, Undisclosed), Isaac Buckley-Ricketts (Peterborough United, Undisclosed)

MANCHESTER UNITED
In: Diogo Dalot (FC Porto, Undisclosed), Fred (Shakhtar Donetsk, £47m), Lee Grant (Stoke, Undisclosed)
Out: Michael Carrick (Retired), Joe Riley (Bradford City, Undisclosed), Dean Henderson (Sheffield United, Loan), Sam Johnstone (West Brom, Undisclosed), Daley Blind (Ajax, Undisclosed)

NEWCASTLE UNITED
In: Martin Dubravka (Sparta Prague, Undisclosed), Ki Sung-yeung (Swansea City, Free), Kenedy (Chelsea, Loan)
Out: Massadio Haidara (Released), Macaulay Gillesphey (Carlisle United, Free), Mikel Merino (Real Sociedad, Undisclosed), Jack Colback (Nottingham Forest, Loan)

SOUTHAMPTON
In: Stuart Armstrong (Celtic, £7m), Mohamed Elyounoussi (Basel, Undisclosed), Angus Gunn (Man City, Undisclosed), Jannik Vestergaard (Borussia Monchengladbach, Undisclosed)
Out: Olufela Olomola (Scunthorpe United, Free), Jeremy Pied (Released), Florin Gardos (Released), Ollie Cook (Released), Armani Little (Released), Will Wood (Released), Richard Bakary (Released), Dusan Tadic (Ajax, £10m), Guido Carrillo (Leganes, Loan)

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
In:
Out: Keanan Bennetts (Borussia Monchengladbach, Undisclosed), Anton Walkes (Portsmouth, Undisclosed)

WATFORD
In: Ben Wilmot (Stevenage, Undisclosed), Gerard Deulofeu (Barcelona, Undisclosed), Marc Navarro (Espanyol, Undisclosed), Adam Masina (Bologna, Undisclosed), Ken Sema (Ostersunds, Undisclosed), Ken Sema (Ostersunds, Undisclosed)
Out: Brandon Mason (Released), Costel Pantilimon (Nott'm Forest, Undisclosed), Mauro Zarate (Boca Juniors, Undisclosed)

WEST HAM UNITED
In: Ryan Fredericks (Fulham, Free), Issa Diop (Toulouse, £22m), Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea City, £7m), Jack Wilshere (Arsenal, Free), Andriy Yarmolenko (Borussia Dortmund, Undisclosed), Fabian Balbuena (Corinthians, Undisclosed), Felipe Anderson (Lazio, Undisclosed)
Out: James Collins (Released), Patrice Evra (Released), Ben Wells (QPR, Undisclosed), Reece Burke (Hull, Undisclosed), Korrey Henry (Yeovil Town, Free)

WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS
In: Benik Afobe (AFC Bournemouth, Undisclosed), Willy Boly (Porto, Undisclosed), Raul Jimenez (Benfica, Loan), Rui Patricio (Sporting Lisbon, Free), Leo Bonatini (Al-Hilal, Undisclosed), Ruben Vinagre (Monaco, Undisclosed)
Out: Jordan Allan (Released), Dan Armstrong (Released), Anthony Breslin (Released), Nicu Carnat (Released), Ross Finnie (Released), Jon Flatt (Released), Conor Levingston (Released), Tomas Nogueira (Released), Hakeem Odoffin (Released), Adam Osbourne (Released), Ryan Rainey (Released), Jose Xavier (Released), Christian Herc (Dunajska Streda, Loan), Aaron Collins (Colchester United, Loan), Benik Afobe (Stoke City, Loan), Duckens Nazon (Sint-Truidense, Undisclosed), Harry Burgoyne (Plymouth Argyle, Loan), Sherwin Seedorf (Bradford City, Loan), Ben Marshall (Norwich City, Undisclosed), Prince Oniangue (Caen, Undisclosed)

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 Post subject: Re: 2018-19 EPL Player Movements
PostPosted: Sat Aug 11, 2018 10:44 am 
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Breaking news!!

Spurs made a deadline day signing some Korean lad - Nofukinwon! Where is our mate Cyril gone... not much to add to this topic

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 Post subject: Re: 2018-19 EPL Player Movements
PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2018 11:39 pm 
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haywood djablowme wrote:
Breaking news!!

Spurs made a deadline day signing some Korean lad - Nofukinwon! Where is our mate Cyril gone... not much to add to this topic

Kind of sums up modern management expectations....where it is rare when a team has no new signings...maybe the Manager is happy with his squad and doesn't want to cash up player's agents :idea:

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 Post subject: Re: 2018-19 EPL Player Movements
PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2018 7:46 am 
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haywood djablowme wrote:
Breaking news!!

Spurs made a deadline day signing some Korean lad - Nofukinwon! Where is our mate Cyril gone... not much to add to this topic


I'm still here, but obviously nothing to add to this topic, or our squad!

TBF, Spurs are in the same situation as always, we lack the financial clout (or willingness to overpay on transfers or wages) to compete with City, Liverpool, United & Chelsea (Arsenal are ahead of us, but still well behind those four), so we have to wait and see what's left. The problem then becomes, are you actually improving your squad by spending money, or just doing it to appease the fans and the media? If it's the latter, you end up with players like Sissoko and Aurier and personally, I'd rather bring up one of the youngsters than spunk millions on distinctly average players. At least we didn't sell anyone and signed Kane and Poch to long term contracts, not that that means anything I know, but it's better than letting them run down. None of us know what goes on behind the scenes at clubs but I'm just hoping that, if the opportunity to buy someone worthwhile does arise, Levy will stump up.

By the way, how did your record wages earner Herr Ozil play last night? Was he on the pitch? I saw someone who looked a bit like him, but that bloke looked disinterested. :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: 2018-19 EPL Player Movements
PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2018 9:58 am 
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
haywood djablowme wrote:
Breaking news!!

Spurs made a deadline day signing some Korean lad - Nofukinwon! Where is our mate Cyril gone... not much to add to this topic


I'm still here, but obviously nothing to add to this topic, or our squad!

TBF, Spurs are in the same situation as always, we lack the financial clout (or willingness to overpay on transfers or wages) to compete with City, Liverpool, United & Chelsea (Arsenal are ahead of us, but still well behind those four), so we have to wait and see what's left. The problem then becomes, are you actually improving your squad by spending money, or just doing it to appease the fans and the media? If it's the latter, you end up with players like Sissoko and Aurier and personally, I'd rather bring up one of the youngsters than spunk millions on distinctly average players. At least we didn't sell anyone and signed Kane and Poch to long term contracts, not that that means anything I know, but it's better than letting them run down. None of us know what goes on behind the scenes at clubs but I'm just hoping that, if the opportunity to buy someone worthwhile does arise, Levy will stump up.

By the way, how did your record wages earner Herr Ozil play last night? Was he on the pitch? I saw someone who looked a bit like him, but that bloke looked disinterested. :wink:


Having a cheese bar is more important than giving your manager more of a chance to win a trophy apparently.

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 Post subject: Re: 2018-19 EPL Player Movements
PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2018 10:29 am 
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Anatural wrote:
Nice One Cyril wrote:
haywood djablowme wrote:
Breaking news!!

Spurs made a deadline day signing some Korean lad - Nofukinwon! Where is our mate Cyril gone... not much to add to this topic


I'm still here, but obviously nothing to add to this topic, or our squad!

TBF, Spurs are in the same situation as always, we lack the financial clout (or willingness to overpay on transfers or wages) to compete with City, Liverpool, United & Chelsea (Arsenal are ahead of us, but still well behind those four), so we have to wait and see what's left. The problem then becomes, are you actually improving your squad by spending money, or just doing it to appease the fans and the media? If it's the latter, you end up with players like Sissoko and Aurier and personally, I'd rather bring up one of the youngsters than spunk millions on distinctly average players. At least we didn't sell anyone and signed Kane and Poch to long term contracts, not that that means anything I know, but it's better than letting them run down. None of us know what goes on behind the scenes at clubs but I'm just hoping that, if the opportunity to buy someone worthwhile does arise, Levy will stump up.

By the way, how did your record wages earner Herr Ozil play last night? Was he on the pitch? I saw someone who looked a bit like him, but that bloke looked disinterested. :wink:


Having a cheese bar is more important than giving your manager more of a chance to win a trophy apparently.


Every club should have one, and remember, despite the zillions that Klopp has spent (after telling us he wasn't that sort of manager - what rubbish, they all are given the chance), he ain't won nothing yet.

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 Post subject: Re: 2018-19 EPL Player Movements
PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2018 12:27 pm 
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Nice One Cyril wrote:



Every club should have one, and remember, despite the zillions that Klopp has spent (after telling us he wasn't that sort of manager - what rubbish, they all are given the chance), he ain't won nothing yet.


Klopp hasn't yet won anything with us, yet we have progressed year on year. Your manager has never won anything, zilch, 0 shiraz all, nothing in his managerial career

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 Post subject: Re: 2018-19 EPL Player Movements
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Dr Who wrote:
Klopp hasn't yet won anything with us, yet we have progressed year on year.


Please explain how finishing fourth one year, then finishing fourth the following year, is a progression? You're at a standstill. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: 2018-19 EPL Player Movements
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
Dr Who wrote:
Klopp hasn't yet won anything with us, yet we have progressed year on year.


Please explain how finishing fourth one year, then finishing fourth the following year, is a progression? You're at a standstill. :lol:


We reached the CL final. You spurs fans don't know what the word final means do you? It's progression as it was our first year back in it.

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