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Eriksen55

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« Svar #3870 på: Oktober 12, 2020, 15:46:35 »
Bradley Dack hadde vært innafårr.  God motor, målfarlig og assist- god!

En av CC beste spillere. Men skadet i nesten hele fjor og er enda ikke tilbake. Absolutt en jeg ønsker selv. Men spørsmålet er om han har en kropp som Bielsa liker.. ;)

Derbys Sibley ser jo veldig bra ut! 19 år, 11 kamper i CC i fjor. Scors 5 mål og 2 assist. 5 gule kort og 1 rødt. I fjor spilte han 34 kamper inkl cc, PL2, cup, etc. 10 mål, 9 assist og 15 gule + det røde.  Tydelig en aggresiv spiller som leverer både mål og assist. Har i følge det jeg har lest en vannvittig stor motor. Må jo være skreddersyd for Bielsaball.  8)



Han er i tilegg venstrebeint!!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IWsMua-eZfs
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8nVbh_q--A4

Tror han hadde vært spennende!

Energisk, løpssterk, kortsamler, scorer noen mål...fikk nesten litt Lee Bowyer-vibber.. :)

Det jeg tenkte også :)

I følge twitter er det interesse, men usikkert om vi har råd. Så en som foreslo å putte Roberts i potten...hadde vært noe!!

Sibley på lån ut sesongen som gjøres permanent til sommern for x-antall mill. Derby får noen mill nå + Roberts og Douglas permanent.

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« Svar #3872 på: Oktober 12, 2020, 16:07:37 »
Leeds United have set their sights on a beat-the deadline move for Derby County midfielder Louie Sibley, Football Insider can exclusively reveal.

https://www.footballinsider247.com/exclusive-leeds-united-work-on-signing-derby-county-ace-in-beat-the-deadline-day/

Hadde vært en knallsignering, men har mine tvil på troverdigheten til kilden.

Det vil være en gigantisk nedtur i forhold til hva som har vært forespeilet i den rollen. Helt uprøvd på toppnivå og den statistikken i Championship er ikke allverden. Buendia eller Cantwell takk.

Buendia har spilt 84 kamper for Norwich. 83 av dem som høyreving/midtbane. Kun 1 som off midt. Vi har vel nok vinger nå?

Derfor er vel ikke Cantwell aktuell lenger heller. Han er primært venstreving/midtbane som også kan spille til høyre. 6 kamper siste 2 sesongene som off midt. Begge denne sesongen som høyremidt.

Ingen av dem har spilt sentralmidtbane i sin senior karriere. Og det er en 8er som også kan spille i 10er rollen vi visstnok er på søken etter. Trolig skal det vel litt til om flere blir hentet.

Den statistikken i CC er faktisk meget bra for en 19 åring. 5 mål og 2 assist på 11 kamper.

Uprøvd på toppnivå..ikke unormalt for en 19 åring det. Uprøvd på toppnivå er også langt eldre Ayling, Cooper, Dallas, Phillips, Klich  Harrison..det har gått bra. Da tror jeg det er håp for en talentfull 19 åring også..
« Siste redigering: Oktober 12, 2020, 16:09:44 av Eriksen55 »

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Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« Svar #3873 på: Oktober 12, 2020, 21:23:28 »
Leeds United have set their sights on a beat-the deadline move for Derby County midfielder Louie Sibley, Football Insider can exclusively reveal.

https://www.footballinsider247.com/exclusive-leeds-united-work-on-signing-derby-county-ace-in-beat-the-deadline-day/

Hadde vært en knallsignering, men har mine tvil på troverdigheten til kilden.

Det vil være en gigantisk nedtur i forhold til hva som har vært forespeilet i den rollen. Helt uprøvd på toppnivå og den statistikken i Championship er ikke allverden. Buendia eller Cantwell takk.

Buendia har spilt 84 kamper for Norwich. 83 av dem som høyreving/midtbane. Kun 1 som off midt. Vi har vel nok vinger nå?

Derfor er vel ikke Cantwell aktuell lenger heller. Han er primært venstreving/midtbane som også kan spille til høyre. 6 kamper siste 2 sesongene som off midt. Begge denne sesongen som høyremidt.

Ingen av dem har spilt sentralmidtbane i sin senior karriere. Og det er en 8er som også kan spille i 10er rollen vi visstnok er på søken etter. Trolig skal det vel litt til om flere blir hentet.

Den statistikken i CC er faktisk meget bra for en 19 åring. 5 mål og 2 assist på 11 kamper.

Uprøvd på toppnivå..ikke unormalt for en 19 åring det. Uprøvd på toppnivå er også langt eldre Ayling, Cooper, Dallas, Phillips, Klich  Harrison..det har gått bra. Da tror jeg det er håp for en talentfull 19 åring også..

Hvis du setter Buendia  og Cantwell i kategorien 'vinger' deler jeg ikke det synet i det hele tatt. Vår første sesong med Bielsa fulgte jeg også mye med på Norwich gjennom extended highlights og dro et par konklusjoner:

1. Buendia er en herlig playmaker, en naturlig 10'er og skal ha mye av æren for at de rykket opp.
2. Det er ikke tilfeldig at Norwich vant X antall kamper på overtid, de skapte noe så vanvittig med sjanser.

Hvordan Farke velger å sette opp laget formasjonsmessig og hvordan spillet faktisk utfolder seg er ikke endimensjonalt. Han er vel en manager som har sansen for fleksible typer. Det finnes mange gode artikler om både Buendia og Cantwell så jeg har ikke tenkt til å gjenfortelle informasjon som er der ute, men legger ved et par jeg likte godt:

Buendia - https://totalfootballanalysis.com/player-analysis/tactical-analysis-norwich-emi-buendia-efl-championship-analysis
Cantwell - mer om Farke sine tanker rundt bruken av han: https://www.pinkun.com/norwich-city/canaries-todd-cantwell-best-position-daniel-farke-thoughts-1-6736994

Hovedpoenget mitt ref Sibley var at vi ikke trenger nok et talent i en rolle som var en av de viktigste å besette i dette vinduet. En langvarig Pablo erstatning har vært ordlyden. Lista ble lagt med De Paul, fulgt opp med Cuisance og vedvarende rykter rundt hovedsaklig Cantwell og noe rundt Buendia. Alle spillere som har levert på øverste nivå. Spillere som kan gå umiddelbart inn og markere seg(jada, etter Bielsa tilvenning selvsagt) og sette preg på laget. En 19-åring som har levert noen målpoeng i Championship er ikke det jeg ser for meg som et navn som passer inn med ovennevnte. For all del, han kan sikkert bli god på sikt, men personlig føler jeg heller at vi kan droppe det prosjektet og heller vente til januar hvis finansiene tilsier at vi ikke kan hente fra den hylla vi ønsker nå.

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« Svar #3874 på: Oktober 13, 2020, 19:23:35 »
Dagnes oppdaterte fra Orta:

https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/sport/football/leeds-united/victor-orta-exclusive-part-one-leeds-united-director-football-michael-cuisance-derby-countys-louie-sibley-and-norwich-citys-todd-cantwell-3000668

Kortversjonen er at det nepppe kommer inn noen...

Del 2 her, syns det er leseverdig - hvordan Orta opplevde vinduet...



Victor Orta exclusive, part 2 - Leeds United director of football on done deals, Ryan Kent, Rodrigo De Paul and his new obsession
Victor Orta didn’t know what kind of transfer market he and Leeds United were heading into this summer.
By Graham Smyth Tuesday, 13th October 2020, 5:47 am

A week into August he saw no trends and deemed the window an ‘absolute unknown’.

Two months on, with the international window closed and the domestic deadline closing in, the market is no longer a complete stranger to the director of football, but it is still strange. It was a summer in which the unexpected became expected.

A plan to bring in top Championship players gave way to the availability and affordability of in-demand talents operating in top-tier European leagues.


A move for a midfielder broke down at the last minute over a medical, for reasons the player himself and his club disputed, before he was loaned elsewhere.

And football clubs showed solidarity and understanding, not greed or desperation, when it came to setting out the payment terms of deals.

The signings of Rodrigo, Robin Koch and Diego Llorente made it an exciting window for Leeds fans, even before Raphinha’s deadline-day arrival.


So how was it for you, Señor Orta?

“It’s always difficult to evaluate a window,” he told The YEP.

“I’m not sure I like to evaluate a window. In the end you need to evaluate performance, not previous decisions. It’s difficult to know if it’s good or bad.

“But, in terms of positions, in a strange market that really reduced the capacity to attract good players, improving and adding personalities because it’s really important to keep this good environment, I am really happy with all the new signings, including the project about anticipating talent with young lads. I am really satisfied because, on paper, it looks like a good market.”

Orta insists that Leeds didn’t so much abandon their plan to target the cream of the Championship as turn their attention to targets he didn’t initially expect to get.

“We always analyse all the markets,” he said.

“The availability is the most important situation most times. For example, with Robin Koch we knew his availability from January because he had one year left on his contract and decided he was not going to renew. Then he was in the market and our analysis was very close because we knew the availability.

“Other times you can be more surprised, in the case of Rodrigo, when it comes to the position of the club changing, or in the case of Diego Llorente or Raphinha, where their availability at the start of the market was ‘absolutely no’ and at the end, because of circumstances at their clubs, became ‘yes’. Then it’s difficult to say ‘this is our plan’.”

Orta says much of the work of a scouting department will be to gain insight on players who never sign. But being prepared sharpens your reactions.

“You need to have the information to hand because, in a moment, the availability of a player appears, you feel ready,” he said.

“You can’t start analysing a player after you know he’s available, it’s impossible.

“When I was at Sevilla our goal was to be the first – the first watching this tournament, taking this information, when not all the matches were on TV and it was difficult to find a game on video or DVD, 15 years ago.

“Now with all the tools, all the video analysis, all the statistics tools, now the information is really important but not to be the first, it’s to convert this information into useful knowledge. This is the key in the market because in 24 hours it can change. Raphinha wasn’t available but then was, so we needed to be ready to make a decision.”

Raphinha appeared on the radar while a Vitória Guimarães player, before Marcelo Bielsa had even arrived at Elland Road, when Orta’s team became aware that the Brazilian could get an Italian passport and negate work permit difficulties.

They followed him through a good year at Sporting Lisbon and another at Rennes, but so did many others: “Our aim was to react as soon as possible because, obviously, other teams were trying to target this winger.

“His club signed a young player from Anderlect and decided to prioritise this investment. Raphinha had four or five teams to choose from after a really good season and decided on Leeds and the Premier League.”

Bielsa, with whom Orta has a constant dialogue and ‘synergy’ over transfers, believes players like Raphinha choose clubs, not managers.

This is one area where he and Orta sing different tunes: “For me he is wrong, absolutely wrong. For me one of the reasons a player chooses Leeds United is for Marcelo Bielsa.

“We try to explain to them how he can improve their level, how he can make them better, how it could put them in their next level, international level.

“We have 200 examples of him improving the performance of a player. One of the things they base the decision on is his presence.

“To be honest it helped me a lot. I can use a lot of careers he changed and it will continue."

Bielsa might make up a player’s mind, but his club still has to be willing to sell.

This summer Leeds were linked with an absurd number of players by media reports at home and abroad, a lot of which were 'clickbait' articles in Orta's estimation and many of which made him chuckle because he could identify the source of the rumour or the interest at play in whispering a name to a journalist. Not all of the speculation was without foundation, however. Leeds did have interest in Ryan Kent and made a bid, which was rejected. Rodrigo De Paul flirted with the Whites on social media but stayed at Udinese.

“I think [Kent’s] club doesn’t want to sell him,” said Orta.

“We tried and we believe clearly Glasgow Rangers doesn’t want the player to leave. It was never their plan to put Kent in the market. [De Paul] was one player we analysed but, in the end, the valuation of his club was at a level that was difficult for Leeds to reach, as a newly promoted club – not just for Leeds but a lot of clubs because, in the end, nobody took him, because of the evaluation of his club, which is fair.”

Orta takes no issue with a club’s right to place a value on their asset. That, to him, is as fair as Leeds’ right not to pay it.

When his and the selling club’s valuations did come close this summer, he found a willingness to make deals happen.

“To be honest, we were realistic in a lot of situations, about salaries, keeping the plan, balancing staying in the Premier League and spending,” he said.

“I think the clubs we did business with were really good about the terms of payment. That is really key, for cash flow.

“People were intelligent to try and divide the payment terms which is really important for cash flow, the day by day.

“I don’t know if the word is solidarity but everyone was so realistic about the situation and paying for players over two years, Valencia, Real Sociedad, all the clubs, Freiburg too.

“We all understood the rules of the market. If you are going to be strict with payment terms, perhaps you don’t sell anyone.”

Overcoming a COVID-impacted market and paying what Orta felt were realistic fees and wages for players who really wanted to come to Leeds gave him great satisfaction.

His hope now is that his new signings keep Leeds in the Premier League long enough to satisfy his other craving.

“Get fans back. Please. After 16 years it’s really tough,” he said. “In the street the first question the fans ask is how can we get back to Elland Road to enjoy the Premier League? My obsession is to stay in the Premier League and to get the fans back to enjoy it together.”

https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/sport/football/leeds-united/victor-orta-exclusive-part-2-leeds-united-director-football-done-deals-ryan-kent-rodrigo-de-paul-and-his-new-obsession-3001035
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Cherry

Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« Svar #3875 på: Oktober 13, 2020, 20:55:46 »
Valencia stopper Ezeqiel Garay fristilt av Valencia nevnes.
Cover ut sesongen....?
Argentinsk...også spilt for Newell-klubben der Bielsa råder....
34 år da, men rutine nok.

Egentlig skal vi jo ha tak i en no 10 da.....cover der.
 

Fantasyland

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« Svar #3876 på: Oktober 13, 2020, 21:10:49 »
Alan Nixon
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NORWICH. Want 25 for Cantwell. That's keeping LEEDS at bay for now.

Cherry

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« Svar #3877 på: Oktober 14, 2020, 14:40:02 »
https://www.leedsallover.com/48-hours-to-go-3-domestic-players-leeds-united-must-target-ahead-of-fridays-deadline/

Lite nytt, og Henry blir nevnt igjen.
20 mill £ for Cantwell er også relativt høyt, selv om jeg forstår Norwich da.
 

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« Svar #3878 på: Oktober 14, 2020, 18:41:21 »
Dagnes oppdaterte fra Orta:

https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/sport/football/leeds-united/victor-orta-exclusive-part-one-leeds-united-director-football-michael-cuisance-derby-countys-louie-sibley-and-norwich-citys-todd-cantwell-3000668

Kortversjonen er at det nepppe kommer inn noen...

Del 2 her, syns det er leseverdig - hvordan Orta opplevde vinduet...



https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/sport/football/leeds-united/victor-orta-exclusive-part-2-leeds-united-director-football-done-deals-ryan-kent-rodrigo-de-paul-and-his-new-obsession-3001035

Del 3, faktisk (ventet bare to deler...)  - det handler om de vi selv låner ut, og om hvordan lånene blir dyrere for klubbene hvis våre spillere ikke er i aksjon...


Victor Orta exclusive interview, part 3 - Leeds United's new loans policy gives clubs financial incentive to hand Whites youngsters minutes
EFL clubs are still in line to take Leeds United’s Robbie Gotts on loan, as the Whites continue to implement Victor Orta’s new policy.
By Graham Smyth  Wednesday, 14th October 2020, 4:45 pm


Previously, young players on the fringe of the first team like Gotts were not sent out on loan because they were considered too vital to life at Thorp Arch, where they take part in the weekly murderball sessions and develop under the watchful eye of Marcelo Bielsa.

But promotion to the Premier League has allowed Orta and his recruitment team to bolster the club’s ranks of young talent with new faces from domestic and foreign markets, freeing up players in need of senior football experience to go and get it elsewhere. If a deal can be struck for Gotts, who has courted interest from Huddersfield Town, Hull City, Lincoln City and Doncaster Rovers, he will join Ryan Edmondson, Alfie McCalmont, Jordan Stevens, Bryce Hosannah and Mateusz Bogusz in getting competitive match minutes at another club.

Leeds are confident their young prospects will see game time, because of a financial incentive on offer for the loan clubs.

“It is true that we’re starting a process where we try to improve the loans in terms of creating a penalty for if the player doesn’t play,” said Orta in an exclusive interview with the YEP.

“We’re not being focused on trying to recover money from the loan, we’re trying to recover performance from the loan.”

Simply put, if the player plays then the loan club get him for a nominal cost. If he doesn’t play, they pay a higher price.


So, in the case of McCalmont at League Two Oldham, for example, they get a player expected to be able to perform at that level for next to nothing if they can give him the game time Leeds want him to have.

What it ensures is that clubs will think twice about taking a Leeds player just to make up squad numbers.

“League One and League Two clubs are in a new problem with no fans in the stadiums,” said Orta.

“We discussed it for the new era of League One and League Two salary caps and we’re trying to prove it works with Swindon and Bradford, if the player doesn’t play having a penalty.

“For us it’s been interesting because Jordan [Stevens] started the loan really well with Swindon.

“If a team in League One and League Two really want a player then it’s a good synergy with us. It’s a really good idea for both cases.”

READ: Part one of our exclusive interview with Victor Orta as he talks about midfielders of interest and Leeds' summer 2020 transfer window.Stevens has already enjoyed three starts in League One, contributing a goal and an assist, while McCalmont, away on international duty this week, has a pair of 90-minute outings for Oldham under his belt.

North of the border, Edmondson is yet to start for the Dons but has come off the bench in their last three Scottish Premiership games and got a brief taste of Europa League action in Portugal, after a short spell back at Thorp Arch to receive treatment for an ankle issue.

READ: Part two of our interview with Orta, addressing Rodrigo De Paul and Ryan Kent speculation.Orta would be delighted for another of the club’s prospects to gain similar experience.

“The window is still open,” he said.

“EFL clubs can have options with the young players. Even if we can put any young players to play in League One or League Two to help with his progression, I will be happy if one of them can get minutes in a professional level.”

https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/sport/football/leeds-united/victor-orta-exclusive-interview-part-3-leeds-uniteds-new-loans-policy-gives-clubs-financial-incentive-hand-whites-youngsters-minutes-3003457
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« Svar #3879 på: Oktober 15, 2020, 09:14:24 »
 

auren

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« Svar #3880 på: Oktober 15, 2020, 09:27:13 »
Leeds United midfielder Robbie Gotts is set to join Lincoln City on loan. #lufc #imps #Lincoln


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Fantasyland

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« Svar #3881 på: Oktober 15, 2020, 17:22:59 »
Tim Thornton
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Leeds United defender Barry Douglas undergoing a medical at Blackburn ahead of loan move #LUFC #transfers

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« Svar #3882 på: Oktober 15, 2020, 19:15:52 »

"A quiet end to the domestic window"

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« Svar #3883 på: Oktober 15, 2020, 20:23:55 »
https://www.leeds-live.co.uk/sport/leeds-united/leeds-transfer-news-live-buendia-19105676

Han skulle jeg gjerne sett at vi fikk signert.

Buendia i 10’er rollen :P mannen med 4mest skapte sjanser i PL i fjor. Hadde vært saker :)
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Fantasyland

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« Svar #3884 på: Oktober 16, 2020, 08:38:24 »
Fra The Athletic og Hay sin mailbag som ble besvart i dag:

Hi Phil, currently stuck on a labour ward waiting for my wife to give birth to our new arrival. What can you tell me about any further new arrivals at Leeds this week? (Alexander K)
Good luck Alexander! I remember the experience well. This was another popular topic. Others, such as Rich P, wanted to know specifically about Louie Sibley, the young midfielder at Derby County. Leeds have been monitoring Sibley and you’ll have seen the links to Norwich’s Todd Cantwell too, although we’re told that much of the speculation about Cantwell is being driven by his agent. The club are aware that they need another midfielder (which is why they lined up Michael Cuisance) but with the domestic window into its final day, a further addition is not expected.
There are a couple of reasons for this. First, meeting Marcelo Bielsa’s requirements is difficult as only deals with EFL clubs can be done (even if Sibley and Cantwell are decent matches). Second, Leeds have already committed £100 million to this window and they were never going to splash out heavily unless they were 100 per cent sold on a particular target. As much as I see the scope for a No 8 or a No 10, maybe a bit of financial prudence makes sense.
This takes us onto January and a question from Michael G, who wanted to know: What funds are available for reinforcements in the winter window? Alfie S also asked about January business: Given the speed it takes to get up to a Bielsa system, might the club wait until next summer?
I’ve said before that Leeds are more and more reluctant to do business in January, because of the challenge of finding players who are ready to go immediately under Bielsa (exhibit A: Jean-Kevin Augustin). Any funding will depend on what Radrizzani makes available. It still falls to him to cover excess costs at Elland Road, although the San Francisco 49ers are talking about increasing their stake in the club and Leeds will get the second tranche of central Premier League revenue around the turn of the year.
The attitude at Leeds seems to be that if they see something worth doing, they’ll do it. And needless to say, there may be gaps to cover by that stage of the season. But if they can avoid spending in January, they probably will.

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« Svar #3885 på: Oktober 16, 2020, 12:12:17 »
Da har Blackburn og Leeds offisielt bekreftet låneovergang for Douglas

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« Svar #3886 på: Oktober 16, 2020, 12:17:06 »
Phil Hay
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Douglas was a popular player at Leeds. Victor Orta has written an open letter to him. This part stood out:

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« Svar #3887 på: Oktober 17, 2020, 11:11:55 »
I et positivt transfer vindu er det allikevel utrolig skuffende at vi ikke får inn en midtbanesjef (8/10). 2020/2021 sesongen er en annerledes sesong, som jeg tror blir mindre forutsigbar enn de siste sesongene. Her hadde vår sjanse til en plass mellom 6 og 10 ligget med den siste "brikka" (og muligens en ren venstreback) på plass.

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Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« Svar #3888 på: Oktober 17, 2020, 11:22:17 »
I et positivt transfer vindu er det allikevel utrolig skuffende at vi ikke får inn en midtbanesjef (8/10). 2020/2021 sesongen er en annerledes sesong, som jeg tror blir mindre forutsigbar enn de siste sesongene. Her hadde vår sjanse til en plass mellom 6 og 10 ligget med den siste "brikka" (og muligens en ren venstreback) på plass.

Enig i at vi mangler en midtbanesjef 8/10. Det er svært overraskende. Men vinduet sett under ett vil jeg heller beskrive som vanvittig bra enn positivt.

Leeds er ikke desperate og det liker jeg. Kvalitet til en fornuftig penge.

Det tok noen uker å komme over at RDP ikke kom  :'(

ingve1960

Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« Svar #3889 på: Oktober 17, 2020, 17:26:32 »
Veldig bra tutte eg, bedre å se Ann til januarvindu. Kanonfornøyd me innkjøp til nå selv om jeg ville ha paul.

Cherry

Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« Svar #3890 på: Oktober 19, 2020, 12:56:04 »
Synd vi ikke vurderte Barkley som en god løsning ift Pablo.
Han er virkelig en god spiller i det systemet Villa spiller for tiden..

Husker vi hadde han på lån, men han ble dratt tilbake av Everton - da Warnock ikke kunne garantere han nok spilletid!!....jeez! :o ;D

Cherry

Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« Svar #3891 på: Oktober 20, 2020, 19:20:59 »
Free agent Jack Wilshere...Cover?
 

Fantasyland

Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« Svar #3892 på: Oktober 22, 2020, 20:29:44 »
James Marshment
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Reports in Italy claim Leeds are set to rival Milan, Valencia and Dortmund to the signing of Dinamo Zagreb midfielder Lovro Majer - a man the Croatian media has labelled 'the next Luka Modric'. [Via Calciomercato]

RoarG

Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« Svar #3893 på: Oktober 26, 2020, 11:23:11 »
Leeds planlegger å raide Wigan for enda et talent? Det er 17-årige Sean McGurk det er snakk om. Han er ving. Spennende januarvindu?

https://throughitalltogether.sbnation.com/2020/10/26/21533998/leeds-united-to-chase-wigan-athletic-youngster-sean-mcgurk-in-january-transfer-window-premier-league
"Jeg tror ikke på Gud, men etter Bielsas ansettelse må jeg nok revurdere", Roar Gustavsen, januar 2020

Killa

Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« Svar #3894 på: Oktober 26, 2020, 11:26:56 »
Leeds planlegger å raide Wigan for enda et talent? Det er 17-årige Sean McGurk det er snakk om. Han er ving. Spennende januarvindu?

https://throughitalltogether.sbnation.com/2020/10/26/21533998/leeds-united-to-chase-wigan-athletic-youngster-sean-mcgurk-in-january-transfer-window-premier-league

Snakker vi A-Gurk nyheter her...? ;D ;D ;D

RoarG

Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« Svar #3895 på: Oktober 27, 2020, 11:59:30 »
Leeds planlegger å raide Wigan for enda et talent? Det er 17-årige Sean McGurk det er snakk om. Han er ving. Spennende januarvindu?

https://throughitalltogether.sbnation.com/2020/10/26/21533998/leeds-united-to-chase-wigan-athletic-youngster-sean-mcgurk-in-january-transfer-window-premier-league

Snakker vi A-Gurk nyheter her...? ;D ;D ;D
I så måtte han ha hett Cucumber til etternavn ;D.
"Jeg tror ikke på Gud, men etter Bielsas ansettelse må jeg nok revurdere", Roar Gustavsen, januar 2020

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Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« Svar #3896 på: Oktober 27, 2020, 20:15:32 »
Da ender altså Cuisance opp i Marseille:


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Marseille have struck a loan with option to buy agreement with Bayern Munich for 21-year-old French midfielder Michaël Cuisance - player will arrive tonight, according to Téléfoot Chaine.

...det er vel en del som vil følge denne kampen med interesse :o

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RoarG

Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« Svar #3897 på: Oktober 28, 2020, 11:23:29 »
Conor Shaughnessys dager i Leeds er snart talte. Leeds planlegger å la han gå. Dette i følge YEP. Samme kilde oppgir at Leeds er interessert i å hente inn Rangers finske midtbanespiller Glen Kamara.

https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/sport/football/leeds-united/leeds-united-set-release-defender-whites-watch-rangers-star-ps27m-elland-road-target-linked-barcelona-3017154?page=3
"Jeg tror ikke på Gud, men etter Bielsas ansettelse må jeg nok revurdere", Roar Gustavsen, januar 2020

LEO

Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« Svar #3898 på: Oktober 29, 2020, 11:19:13 »
Hei, tror ikke vi kjøper spillere til første laget i januar
MOT
 

Cherry

Sv: Rykter: Spillere inn og spillere ut, del 26
« Svar #3899 på: November 18, 2020, 11:53:23 »
Begynner å bli noe snakk rundt hva vi trenger/ønsker igjen - men igjen...knapt nok rykte da - mer en mening om hvem vi bør se på:

https://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2020/11/18/agent-thinks-25m-star-could-leave-after-leeds-links/

De Paul er også i ett ferskt rykte igjen.
Rico Henry fra Brentford (VB) tror jeg ville passet oss godt.