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  1. What if we sold Cantwell and bought in either one of those two as well as a new ST, I.e Armstrong or another target? I'd love the prospect of having Rashica and Danjuma as wide pacey options that have goals in their locker as well as a quality ST to compete with Pukki and Idah.
  2. If its for more than 25m then I'd be OK with that. Gives us some real ammunition for webber to seek a striker and a wide player with the extra funds. Then be able to allocate the remaining current budget on a cdm, cb & lb/rb. I dont believe cantwell is worth 25m to Norwich city. We could sign two 12.5m players and significantly improve our squad.
  3. Arrons rumoured to be interesting Athletico Madrid to replace Trippier who is linked with Man Utd. 25m the quoted price. For me I would let him go at 25m and re-invest 5-8m in a new RB to compete with Mumba/Byram and then have 15m or so added to the transfer pot. Maybe enables us to get a new 1st choice striker to compete with Pukki.
  4. I think our record signing this summer will be a new striker. Armstrong is the only one we have been strongly linked with and he would easily break our transfer record but I'm sure Webber and Farke have several on a list of targets in mind. My prediction is that we will go into this season with 3 known strikers being Pukki and a new ST initially competing for the starting spot up top and Idah being 3rd choice as a bench option for both ST and LW/RW options. Exciting times!
  5. This is the player I want us to sign the most. He is extremely good in the air and can offer a threat at set pieces. Something that can help you win 6-9 more points across the season and be the difference from staying up or going down.
  6. He is good enough to compete vs Kovacic and Jorginho at Chelsea for a spot alongside Kante. He had a knee injury and was out for 4 months which hampered his game time last season but the several games he played, he practically got MOTM in all of them. Why are Chelsea letting him come to us you may ask? Because we can guarantee him game time week in week out. This guy is a real gem of a loan signing for us. It also allows us to spend money elsewhere also. A webber masterstroke if you ask me.
  7. Have you seen this lad play? Before his terrible injury 2 seasons ago he came onto the scene and completely ran the show vs man city and Liverpool. He has then come back from injury and had limited time in the side but played very well when given the chance. He has then been thrown into the Euros with Scotland and albeit only one game, he was MOTM against England which is full of some of the best premier league players. This lad has on the several occasions he has played, been really bloody good against the very best teams in the world. I am shocked Chelsea are considering a loan move for him because he could comfortably play alongside Kante in their midfield next season. So to think that this lad could potentially play for Norwich on loan next year is an unbelievable prospect and would enhance our chances of survival considerably. My guess is that Webber and Farke have worked on this one for several months and put the work in on the negotiations with Chelsea well in advance. In fact I think we could well already have this one agreed in principle and we are simply awaiting for tues/weds next week to have him at Colney for a quick medical and him sign the dotted line and do his media pictures/video for the reveal of him signing a 1 season long loan deal. Fingers crossed
  8. For Chelsea the biggest factor is the football and formations that the team he is loaned out to play as well as the quality of opposition they face. Norwich I believe can offer all of this. Prem football, the right 'double six position and like to play it on the floor. Rangers however will only offer a handful of tough fixtures, direct football and quality and I don't know about their formations etc.. Do Chelsea prefer the lad playing in the same league and position playing wise and on flat top quality football pitches. Or would they like him to chop it up on terrible football pitches against very below par midfielders and defenders of opposing sides.
  9. Sissoko, Winks, Dier, Hoijberg, Ndombele are all fighting for CDM/CM slots and I suspect they're all ahead of Skipp due to money spent/prem experience. Plus they'll have 100m from Kane minimum which allows more potential incomings. I can see Skipp being offered for Arrons with say 10m up front and 5m add ons (valuing arrons at 30m and skipp at 15m). And then they agree to inserting a buy back clause at say 30-40m or something.
  10. Krul Williams Bornauw Gibson Gianoulis Skipp Gilmour Rashica Billing Cantwell Pukki Subs- Gunn, Hanley, Byram, McLean, Dowell, New Winger/ST, Idah
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