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MessagePosté le: Mer 27 Juin - 07:54 (2018)    Sujet du message: WHY LIVERPOOL DON’T NEED ATTACKING MARQUEE SIGNINGS Répondre en citant

WHY LIVERPOOL DON’T NEED ATTACKING MARQUEE SIGNINGS
 
ทาง เข้า sbobet ใหม่ ล่าสุด Liverpool and their fans are clearly eager to make a statement signing this summer, but it isn’t the team’s quality that is in doubt, it is their depth. It isn’t a lack of attacking talent Liverpool need to address, their front three of Mohammed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane notched up 91 goals between the three of them last season.

It was in the Champions League final when Liverpool’s key weakness were highlighted.When Salah had to withdraw with a shoulder injury, Liverpool had to turn to Adam Lallana, who had made only 12 league appearances all season and it showed as he struggled to make an impact as The Reds went on to lose convincingly.

Lallana’s rustiness showed, ทาง เข้า sbobet ใหม่ ล่าสุด and Liverpool’s startling lack of depth was made very apparent. If Manchester City or Manchester United had an injury to an attacking player, they could call on the likes of Gabriel Jesus or Anthony Martial.Links to Marco Asensio for astronomical sums don’t really make sense, when Liverpool already have options of equal if not better quality in their side.

Budget signings like Xherdan Shaqiri who, according to the Stoke Sentinel has a release clause of £13.5 million – and is a quality player in his own right – would be more likely to accept a rotational role, to add much needed squad depth.Liverpool can then spend their transfer kitty on more pressing issues like their goalkeeping problems -which ทาง เข้า sbobet ใหม่ ล่าสุด was another big issue last season – and on bolstering their defence.
 


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Leeds United ace breaks silence amid West Brom speculation as Newcastle United offer Darren Moore encouragement


 
 
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Rafael Benitez, the Newcastle United manager, has hinted that Rolando Aarons may be on his way out of St James’s Park this summer amid reported interest from West Bromwich Albion.Aarons, 22, spent the second half of last season in Italy, on loan at Hellas Verona where he featured 11 times.

After the arrival of Kenedy, who has signed on loan himself from Chelsea for a second stint, it’s looking like a tall order for Aarons to break his way into the first-team on Tyneside next season.Benitez has a wealth of options out wide; Matt Ritchie, Christian Atsu and Jacob Murphy are all his signings, too.

Albion, who with less than three weeks to go of the transfer window have seen comfortably more departures than arrivals, have previously been linked with a move for the pacy winger. Now his boss has suggested that Aarons could take his leave once again because of the sheer competition in that particular Magpies department.

On his way
West Brom winger James McClean is close to a move to Championship rivals Stoke City, BirminghamLive understands - maxbet and Albion are close to sorting an immediate replacement.Irishman McClean refused to show up for Albion’s pre-season training camp in Scotland at the beginning of this month, making clear his desire to leave following the Baggies’ relegation from the Premier League.

His imminent destination won’t be too far away, though; Gary Rowett has chased the winger for some time and wanted him at former club Derby.Now he is set to finally land McClean with the Potters, and is also close to landing Huddersfield winger Tom Ince for around £10m after selling Xherdan Shaqiri and Ramadan Sobhi.

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Leeds United defender Pontus Jansson has suggested that he’s content at Leeds United after being linked with a move to West Bromwich Albion, and is backing new manager Marcelo Bielsa to finally lead the Whites to promotion.The Swedish defender, fresh from representing his country in the World Cup this summer, has been the subject of speculation that Albion are to test Leeds’ resolve.

Darren Moore is keen on maxbet recruiting another centre-back this summer having snapped up Jansson’s former teammate Kyle Bartley already, and reports in Sweden earlier this month claimed that the pair might be reunited at The Hawthorns. Listening to the man himself, though, Jansson appears happy at Elland Road and reiterated his desire to help the Yorkshire club to the top flight.





 
 


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