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The way I see it, transfers are going one of two ways now.
We pay a stupid amount of money for a proven CB, though most likely not one from the Prenier League, thus adding to the problem of adapting to a new style of football. And I'd they don't work out, it's a waste of money. Sanchez is a prime example of that, as we all know.....
Nico Schlotterbeck: Bayern Munich target who shut out Haaland and has the world at his feet | Goal.comFreiburg centre-back Nico Schlotterbeck is open to an offer from Bayern Munich and is ready to take the next step in the summer after an impressive Bundesliga campaign thus farwww.goal.com
Okay sadly, this is what Schlotterbeck said:
“I’m not someone who really aspires to play in England or Spain. I have always wanted to play in the Bundesliga, preferably with the best team," Nico Schlotterbeck said in a recent Kicker interview.
Lol. This place would be hilarious when Romero AND Lisandro Martinez get called up for Argentina.No one has voted for Lisandro Martinez, so let me explain why I included him for LCB:
-Ajax have only conceded 4 goals so far in 18 Eredivisie matches (historic even for a poor league)
-Ajax only conceded 5 goals in their 6 CL group games (vs Dortmund, Sporting Lisbon, and Besiktas)
Dutch journalist Statham said: You have to say that Martinez has been the best defender in the league so far. A few players I have interviewed have commented on how Martinez has been the most difficult defender they have faced – mentioning his physicality (and little tricks) being hard to get around – and he has also been very good on the ball.
What do you mean with Pape Sarr can turn it around? He's 19 and has not even played for Spurs yet, so where's the question of him turning it around? At least give him a chance to play 1 game for Spurs firstCarter-Vickers is having an excellent season on loan at Celtic, according to reports. Same with Matar Sarr at Metz. If Davies and Winks can turn it around, could Cameron and Pape do the same next season? Wouldn't they both be homegrown too?