The Transfer Window: Who Needs What? - Part Two

Part two of Daniel Storey's transfer window guide, and it's the turn of Everton, Hull, Leicester, Liverpool and Manchester City...

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HarryBoulton says...

@badwolf, Ashley Young wouldn't move to Liverpool because they're not stupid enough to pay him the £120,000 a week that he's currently getting at us.

Posted 12:10pm 16th July 2014

thelakhster (Arsenal) says...

@Gab1965 - You really don't think the defence needs working on? Even with the likes of Johnson and Sakho to name but two? I'm gonna assume this is your bit for comic relief.

Posted 7:37pm 15th July 2014

shea666 (Manchester United) says...

If Everton don't get Lukaku I'd imagine Wilfred Bony would be a natural alternative for them. A fit Robbie Brady on one wing and Tom Ince on the other could be an interesting prospect at Hull. Leicester are in dreamland if they think David Nugent will get enough goals to keep them up. Liverpool will be okay, City still buy players just to stop other clubs getting them

Posted 6:47pm 15th July 2014

bobsy (Liverpool) says...

probably better to keep lovren unhappy at southampton. i expect them to struggle this year, good bet for relegation. Ashley Young? i just don't know what to say

Posted 1:48pm 15th July 2014

Ezy_Rider says...

Rodgers does know they finished above Southampton last year, right?

Posted 12:36pm 15th July 2014

Gab1965 says...

It's not the defence that Rodgers needs to work on, it is the players in front of them that don't provide enough cover. Don't see that Bertrand should make anyone shudder and the Spurs comparisons are getting a bit dull now. Sturridge can be the replacement for Suarez, the team never needed two players that similar in any case. Another striker of a different type, Remy would be ideal, Huntelaar would be great too, might suit the team better. Any more than 15 million for Lovren and they need to look elsewhere. Don't need him.

Posted 12:14pm 15th July 2014

badwolf (Manchester United) says...

Shaqiri seems like a good signing for the Scouse. And though this will undoubtedly sound like trolling, Ashley Young playing down the centre would be a great fit. That is where he looked sensational for England back at Euro 2012 before Rooney came back in, and it's that direct running / creativity Liverpool lost. Or maybe Muniain.

Posted 11:34am 15th July 2014

thefuldutch (Fulham) says...

Huntelaar had an excellent partnership with Suarez at Ajax. He may not be a lile-for-like replacement in the creativity stakes, but his eye for goal is possibly even better (it was when they played together, and The Hunter has been held back by ) and his robust style of play is well-suited to these shores. Put a few creative chaps beside and behind him to supply the ammo and it would seem like a clever deal.

Posted 10:20am 15th July 2014

sim2kuk (Southampton) says...

It's actually looking less and less likely that Liverpool will get Lovren, with Saints ready to hand him a new contract amid assurances if they get the right bid (£28m) they will sell him and that we continue to invest in the off-season.

Posted 10:02am 15th July 2014

surprisedicare says...

Re: Everton, I think Mirallas is a cracking player, albeit of slightly enigmatic qualities and not a no.9. Everton need some C-B cover and some box-box action to assist Old Man Osman. Re: Liverpool, some midfield nous would be useful, as Lucas's knees appear a decade older than him. Although he has a habit of suddenly upping his performances after a rest and injury free period. Remy might be a shrewd one, Khedira might be a fanciful but highly useful one and probably a combined fee similar to Lallana's. I wouldn't loan back Origi, he'll have plenty of chances with the weight of games and Sturridge's inability to venture too far into double figures in consecutive games played before injury hits. Does Origi remind anyone else of a young Kluivert?

Posted 9:10am 15th July 2014

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