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The January Transfer Window - 2020

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"Mbwana Samatta you, hey, gotta no respect..."

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Ashley Young to Inter is apparently now a done deal.

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According to multiple sources, Man Utd have offered Birmingham £25m for 16 year old midfielder Jude Bellingham.

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Mental. I could sell you an entire squad of 10 / 11 year olds for that.

Their parents won't mind.

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3 minutes ago, Gazz said:

Mental. I could sell you an entire squad of 10 / 11 year olds for that.

Their parents won't mind.

£2m and change each, fair trade.

 

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24 minutes ago, Baddar said:

According to multiple sources, Man Utd have offered Birmingham £25m for 16 year old midfielder Jude Bellingham.

United also now very close to finalising Bruno Fernandes.

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3 minutes ago, Mad Jack Frost said:

United also now very close to finalising Bruno Fernandes.

Think talk of him potentially watching the game at Anfield on is pure guesswork though. He will clearly be saved for a Monday unveiling to get over the disappointment of being trounced the day before.

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£25 million for a 16 year old!? That's utterly ridiculous.

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On 17/01/2020 at 18:00, Adam said:

£25 million for a 16 year old!? That's utterly ridiculous.

Ed Woodward will probably have agreed a deal for a company to become the official mustard of Manchester United to make back some of the money

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Man Utd (French's) vs Norwich (Colman's), the Mustard Derby

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Bentaleb is apparently having a medical at Newcastle ahead of a loan deal.

We're also going to need a left back since both Willems and Dummett are now out for the season.

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I'm free

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On 20/01/2020 at 12:55, Gazz said:

Man Utd (French's) vs Norwich (Colman's), the Mustard Derby

No joke on nothing, Colman's moved their production away from Norwich and people were fairly annoyed by it. I think it moved to Burton.

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Spurs are reportedly close to signing striker Willian Jose from Real Sociedad.

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3 minutes ago, Lineker said:

Who?

He's scored 8 goals in 20 La Liga appearances this year, which helps Sociedad to sit in 6th place. Last year he scored 11 in 34 appearances. Not exactly taking the world by storm.

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Spurs should know better than to try signing another player called Willian.

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He's averaged a little more than one every 3 games for Sociedad which is alright, but if Spurs are paying anywhere near his €70m release clause, they're paying too much. 

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11 minutes ago, Baddar said:

He's averaged a little more than one every 3 games for Sociedad which is alright, but if Spurs are paying anywhere near his €70m release clause, they're paying too much. 

Can't remember source but supposedly Spurs offered €25M, they want €50M. I think if they go past €35M they're silly.

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I'd go along with that. 

Not that United are decent with money. 

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I heard we wouldn't pay 30 for Piatek, so it'd be weird to pay 35 for Willian Jose. 

That said, it's abundantly clear Mourinho's playing style (if you can identify one at Spurs yet) is based around having a proper no.9, who can hold the ball up, is good in the air etc - and with Kane out, we probably need to back him and go and buy someone. Sadly, Jan is never the time to do that - so eh, let's see. 

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1 minute ago, Baddar said:

He's averaged a little more than one every 3 games for Sociedad which is alright, but if Spurs are paying anywhere near his €70m release clause, they're paying too much. 

Rumours in Spain say they asked more than 50.

Anywyay, Willian José was scoring enough for Real before the manager change last season. With the new manager he's on a time share with the backup. It's not like he's scored those goals in 20 full games. He rarely plays 90 minutes and that's why he wanted out (it's not like he's going to get that with Mourinho anyway). He's tall and strong and that helps him hold possession, wait for his teammates and get them chances. I think their fans liked him.

Having said that, I think that is way too much for him and they'll be happy if they get 40M after paying 6M for him.

 I'm sure they could find someone better for 30M.

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Dani Ceballos is talking with Madrid about cutting his loan with us short. 

Seems very abrupt. He’s been injured and is now worried about not making Spain’s Euro 2020 squad. 

Man United would do well to try and snap him up.

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