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Jude Bellingham - Liverpool Make Early Bid for Dortmund Midfielder


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18 minutes ago, LFCMadLad said:

Some tenious rumours we have started talks with Dortmund over a Kieta style transfer in which Bellingham would arrive next season rather than this.

We are supposed to be buying him next summer 🤔

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26 minutes ago, Happy Blue said:

We are supposed to be buying him next summer 🤔

Nah, Jude said last week that every time he looks at Pep's forehead it blinds his eyes and that he just can't work in those conditions :ph34r:

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10 minutes ago, LFCMadLad said:

What by signing English players xD

Extortionate spending the rest of the league can’t compete with. We are getting free agents while you’re spunking €100 million on one player. 

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3 minutes ago, Storts said:

Extortionate spending the rest of the league can’t compete with. We are getting free agents while you’re spunking €100 million on one player. 

Are you saying Chelsea and Utd can't compete?

Laughable.. we have the lowest net spend out of all the top clubs in this league. 

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14 minutes ago, LFCMadLad said:

Are you saying Chelsea and Utd can't compete?

Laughable.. we have the lowest net spend out of all the top clubs in this league. 

This was far too easy. @Danny

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15 minutes ago, LFCMadLad said:

Are you saying Chelsea and Utd can't compete?

Laughable.. we have the lowest net spend out of all the top clubs in this league. 

And no for clarity - I’m just on the wind up, I thought the 100 million would give it away 

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1 minute ago, LFCMadLad said:

Fuck you xD

Hahaha totally fair 

Also fwiw every big club in this country should be fighting it out for Bellingham. 

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1 minute ago, Storts said:

Hahaha totally fair 

Also fwiw every big club in this country should be fighting it out for Bellingham. 

I think it will come down to who pays him the most... so a certain club will miraculously announce a new sponsor and he'll end up signing for City. 

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From the Calvin Ramsay article in the other thread

Liverpool had shown interest in Aurelien Tchouaméni earlier this year, but were told that the France midfielder favoured a move to Real Madrid from Monaco. Klopp is an admirer of England’s Jude Bellingham, who recently told The Times he would remain at Borussia Dortmund next season.

Bellingham, 18, will, clearly, continue to be followed, with Liverpool confident that they have enough depth in midfield in the meantime. Their strategy is not to sign stop-gaps — rather, they are prepared to wait for the right player and disregard any criticism that comes their way.

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3 minutes ago, LFCMadLad said:

I think it will come down to who pays him the most... so a certain club will miraculously announce a new sponsor and he'll end up signing for City. 

I’m not convinced he’s that type of player. Who knows. But the move to Dortmund at that type was all about football and development. Let’s see. I could see him at Liverpool definitely. United should be going all out for him too and chelsea, although  think they’re set on rice

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5 minutes ago, Danny said:

Yeah lumping Liverpool and City together was a dead give away xD

Liverpool have the 5th most expensive squad in Europe and it might surprise you, a few teams have out spent us like United 

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15 minutes ago, Happy Blue said:

Liverpool have the 5th most expensive squad in Europe and it might surprise you, a few teams have out spent us like United 

Klopp's transfer market game is sheer 4D Chess. Analysis below:

Salary of Kevin De Bruyne + Haaland + Grealish = £1,075,000/week

That is more than the COMBINED salary of:
Salah + Van Dijk + Trent + Nunez + Robertson + Diaz +Alisson + Jota = £1,065,000/week

If Foden today demands more salary than Salah (220k/week), he will get it. But if Mane wants more salary than Sterling (300k/week), he has to be sold to make budget for Nunez, who will earn half the salary of John Stones (250k/week).

If 100 million Grealish (300k/week) fails, he sits on the bench and Guardiola bids £60 Million for Kalvin Phillips. If Nunez/Van Dijk/Alisson move fails, it's a catastrophic disaster for Klopp.

That's the level of risk and challenge that Klopp overcomes every summer and keeps this league interesting till the last minute of last day. Without Klopp, PL turns into a Farmers' league and ends by February or March.

Happy Birthday Klopp,  Genius. YNWA 🚩

 

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9 minutes ago, LFCMadLad said:

Klopp's transfer market game is sheer 4D Chess. Analysis below:

Salary of Kevin De Bruyne + Haaland + Grealish = £1,075,000/week

That is more than the COMBINED salary of:
Salah + Van Dijk + Trent + Nunez + Robertson + Diaz +Alisson + Jota = £1,065,000/week

If Foden today demands more salary than Salah (220k/week), he will get it. But if Mane wants more salary than Sterling (300k/week), he has to be sold to make budget for Nunez, who will earn half the salary of John Stones (250k/week).

If 100 million Grealish (300k/week) fails, he sits on the bench and Guardiola bids £60 Million for Kalvin Phillips. If Nunez/Van Dijk/Alisson move fails, it's a catastrophic disaster for Klopp.

That's the level of risk and challenge that Klopp overcomes every summer and keeps this league interesting till the last minute of last day. Without Klopp, PL turns into a Farmers' league and ends by February or March.

Happy Birthday Klopp,  Genius. YNWA 🚩

 

I know things are very light hearted in this thread but christ alive the extent to which you've learned the entire salaries of the Liverpool and Man City squads so you can win arguments on the Internet about who spends more money is a bit excessive no? xD

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13 minutes ago, RandoEFC said:

I know things are very light hearted in this thread but christ alive the extent to which you've learned the entire salaries of the Liverpool and Man City squads so you can win arguments on the Internet about who spends more money is a bit excessive no? xD

I just copied and pasted from Facebook... no research required mi old fruit :D

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25 minutes ago, LFCMadLad said:

Klopp's transfer market game is sheer 4D Chess. Analysis below:

Salary of Kevin De Bruyne + Haaland + Grealish = £1,075,000/week

That is more than the COMBINED salary of:
Salah + Van Dijk + Trent + Nunez + Robertson + Diaz +Alisson + Jota = £1,065,000/week

If Foden today demands more salary than Salah (220k/week), he will get it. But if Mane wants more salary than Sterling (300k/week), he has to be sold to make budget for Nunez, who will earn half the salary of John Stones (250k/week).

If 100 million Grealish (300k/week) fails, he sits on the bench and Guardiola bids £60 Million for Kalvin Phillips. If Nunez/Van Dijk/Alisson move fails, it's a catastrophic disaster for Klopp.

That's the level of risk and challenge that Klopp overcomes every summer and keeps this league interesting till the last minute of last day. Without Klopp, PL turns into a Farmers' league and ends by February or March.

Happy Birthday Klopp,  Genius. YNWA 🚩

 

Well this is not correct because De Bruyne only gets £10 a week on the books :ph34r:

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We have Gallagher so don't think we have any interest in Bellingham. 

Rice looks to have been a target from the older regime and they're reportedly going to be replaced come August. 

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24 minutes ago, Cicero said:

We have Gallagher so don't think we have any interest in Bellingham. 

Rice looks to have been a target from the older regime and they're reportedly going to be replaced come August. 

Bellingham said last week that he couldn't possibly play for a club covered in oil as he would feel like a shrimp on the barbie.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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23 minutes ago, LFCMadLad said:

Bellingham said last week that he couldn't possibly play for a club covered in oil as he would feel like a shrimp on the barbie.

 

To be honest we aren't an attractive club for top/elite players. 

We win trophies sure, but  our reputation is playing dour football, having a small stadium with an awful home support/atmosphere, misusing our players (particularly our attackers) , and overall just being a club with zero stability. An exciting talent will want to join something established and given all that Roman provided us, we were never that. Hence why we always over pay for players. 

The optimism behind all of this was this was the best time for Roman to leave vs the season where we finished outside of the Top 4. Club needs restructuring to adapt. 

 

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12 minutes ago, Cicero said:

To be honest we aren't an attractive club for top/elite players. 

We win trophies sure, but  our reputation is playing dour football, having a small stadium with an awful home support/atmosphere, misusing our players (particularly our attackers) , and overall just being a club with zero stability. An exciting talent will want to join something established and given all that Roman provided us, we were never that. Hence why we always over pay for players. 

The optimism behind all of this was this was the best time for Roman to leave vs the season where we finished outside of the Top 4. Club needs restructuring to adapt. 

 

You twat... you've made me feel sorry for you now 😔 

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6 minutes ago, Cicero said:

To be honest we aren't an attractive club for top/elite players. 

We win trophies sure, but  our reputation is playing dour football, having a small stadium with an awful home support/atmosphere, misusing our players (particularly our attackers) , and overall just being a club with zero stability. An exciting talent will want to join something established and given all that Roman provided us, we were never that. Hence why we always over pay for players. 

The optimism behind all of this was this was the best time for Roman to leave vs the season where we finished outside of the Top 4. Club needs restructuring to adapt. 

 

I can understand players not wanting to leave Italy or Spain as it appears to be the La Dolce Vita which is why I think the odds against us getting top talent are less, though arguably this argument applies to all of the UK clubs.

So we should aim for those that are hungry for whom success is more important than surroundings. For success the manager and having good team mates would then suggest success is more likely and then it's the money. Though depending on the player money versus good manager is more a balance.

Think it got harder under Roman as clubs did not want to sell so we often ended up with 3rd choice.

Be interesting to see if this changes. 

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