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Lorenzo Insigne - Odds Slashed On Liverpool Move

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Good luck dealing with DeLaurentiis and could of sworn Insigne was Napoli through and through 

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2 hours ago, Cicero said:

Good luck dealing with DeLaurentiis and could of sworn Insigne was Napoli through and through 

Ditto!  Liverpool aren't easy to deal with but in the case of De Laurentiis, they're amateurs.

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Like everybody else said, I can't see this one happening. 

Wouldn't be mad at it though!!

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Make the bid see what happens and if it does good, if it doesn't move along and go to the next potential target. I don't think it will ever happen considering they turned down United for an exorbitant fee (100 million was it?) for their defender.

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Insigne is incredibly valuable to them so you'd be looking near the 150-200 million range, which is insane. 

Aside the point, Insigne is Napoli through and through. I don't think he will ever leave. 

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Insigne is a brilliant player!  Top notch and capable of anything against anyone. God only knows what he would deliver at a club full of class. But to sign him you’re gonna have to dig very very very deep. 

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Did you guys know Napoli and de Laurenitis are difficult to deal with? As well as Insigne being an amazing player that is Napoli through and through?

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40 minutes ago, Spike said:

Did you guys know Napoli and de Laurenitis are difficult to deal with? As well as Insigne being an amazing player that is Napoli through and through?

Think I might have seen that mentioned at some point somewhere on this forum. Dunno where though

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On 19/12/2018 at 20:54, Cicero said:

Good luck dealing with DeLaurentiis and could of sworn Insigne was Napoli through and through 

Didn't Chelsea sign Jorginho from Napoli? The fee wasn't astronomical either, so either they aren't really that hard to deal with or they didn't really rate Jorginho that much. 

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2 minutes ago, LFCMadLad said:

Didn't Chelsea sign Jorginho from Napoli? The fee wasn't astronomical either, so either they aren't really that hard to deal with or they didn't really rate Jorginho that much. 

They held Chelsea’s feet to the fire for Sarri though

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7 minutes ago, LFCMadLad said:

Didn't Chelsea sign Jorginho from Napoli? The fee wasn't astronomical either, so either they aren't really that hard to deal with or they didn't really rate Jorginho that much. 

Cunt initially didnt want Jorginho to come to us and wasnt aware he made his mind for us instead of City. 

As Gonzo mentioned, we bent over backwards to get Sarri 

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3 hours ago, LFCMadLad said:

Didn't Chelsea sign Jorginho from Napoli? The fee wasn't astronomical either, so either they aren't really that hard to deal with or they didn't really rate Jorginho that much. 

With De Laurentiis you're talking about dealing with a very shrewd man.  Not just that...  He's like a predator because once he knows what you want, he knows how much he wants. Ask players that have been there like Higuaín or maybe even a past Liverpool player in the shape of Pepe Reina.

Forget Jorginho...  We're talking about signing one of the club's Crown Jewels so from there we have to look at a past example of a very valuable player wanted by someone else.  Gonzalo Higuaín who had just finished breaking the all time goal scoring record for a season in Serie 'A'.  When that signing was made it was a Serie 'A' record and look at the age he had when they Juventus signed him.

Now we're talking about their next greatest player, a player that's desired by most of Europe and he ain't coming into his 30s.  PLUS Insigne is Neapolitan... The city's son!

If you want to sign him, you're going to have to deal with De Laurentiis in his office which resides at the gates of hell because he'll make sure you understand what a proper deal is.

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4 hours ago, LFCMadLad said:

Didn't Chelsea sign Jorginho from Napoli? The fee wasn't astronomical either, so either they aren't really that hard to deal with or they didn't really rate Jorginho that much. 

This is equivalent to selling Gerrard.

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It's bollocks, we're not in for him and Napoli aren't going to sell him. We're in for Timo Werner. 

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3 minutes ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

It's bollocks, we're not in for him and Napoli aren't going to sell him. We're in for Timo Werner. 

Odd that you say that because I really wanted him to come over before the WC and while he didn't really shine there I still think he's a good fit for us. P.S. talking about Timo.

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5 minutes ago, Mel81x said:

Odd that you say that because I really wanted him to come over before the WC and while he didn't really shine there I still think he's a good fit for us. P.S. talking about Timo.

Our reliable journos are suggesting Klopp feels the same.

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Insigne has been quite average this season but they're probably still unlikely to sell him because of him being a symbol for the club.

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Quote

Liverpool 'make a £61m offer' for Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne as Jurgen Klopp begins his summer recruitment

Jurgen Klopp has launched a £61million bid for Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne 

The German is desperate to recruit the pacey 27-year-old forward this summer

Napoli have already rejected the offer and told the Reds to double the figure 

Jurgen Klopp has already made moves to strengthen his Liverpool squad this summer by tabling a bid for Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne.

The German is desperate to recruit the pacey 27-year-old forward as he looks to bolster his offensive options.

Liverpool are currently three points clear at the top of the Premier League but Klopp is aware that he must continue to improve his squad to maintain their progress.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-6668491/Liverpool-make-61m-offer-Napoli-forward-Lorenzo-Insigne.html

 

 

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16 hours ago, CaaC - John said:

 

Can't see this being true at all. You don't spend that amount of money on someone who's not guaranteed a first team place. 

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Don't think Insigne will make a big move now. He's too old to have much resale value, and he's not been so consistent as to warrant the risk imo.

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