Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by bluebell, Aug 6, 2019.
Spurs keen to sell, but hasn't been sold yet. Should LFC make a bid? Will they sell to us?
They’re looking for 130M or whatever. With a year left on his contract. Even for half the price I doubt the LFC management will see value considering his age. A ManU/Madrid type of signing.
I'll bet he'll end up at Man U.
He'll be pogba's replacement and be equally underwhelming
I think the quoted figures are insane especially considering he's running down on his contract.
However if he's anywhere near available in the £60M-£70M region we should obviously be all over him. Like that jellyfish that stung my leg at the beach. A surprising and aggressive bid late on, mixed with some Klopp-loving.
Hard-working, goal-scoring creator that would thrive endlessly in our midfield behind the front three creating chances left, right and center as well as chipping in quite a decent ammount himself.
He's "only" 27 and has never relied on pace why I beleive there could easily be 5-6 top seasons in him yet. Could be our missing piece. That creative spark our midfield has lacked somewhat.
And this one as well, only five PL players covered more ground than Eriksen did last season. That's quite an achievement for a creative player isn't it?
£20m plus Henderson, I would buy
Should have bought him back when Spurs did. It looked like a no brainer at the time.. would still have him now, he's ace.
That is not going to happen though..
I'd love to have Eriksen in our team, but it's stacked in midfield already.
What we need is a wing forward
No, we shouldn’t make a bid...because...
No, they wouldn’t sell to us.
For 50m, yes.
If they would sell to United, they would sell to us. Levy would love a bidding war and if that were the case, Eriksen would likely to go to United in such an event, as they're handing out generational wealth contracts right now.
I hope he doesn't end up at Utd.
Some members of this forum might have an aneurysm.
Eriksen taking our set pieces would be worth more to us than having a decent back-up for Mane or Salah.
He's actually been pretty embarrasing from corners the past few seasons and even though delivery from freekicks improved last season they are not quite as world class as they once were.
His first-touch, his vision, his workrate and shots from outside the area could win us points mind you.
One of our central midfielders will have to make way, I'd say. Or, Liverpool could simply go for Fernandes instead.