Four Tempting Transfer Targets From La Liga

There are many reasons why Spain is a favourite for Premier League clubs looking to do a spot of shopping. Tim Stannard picks some potential targets this month...

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mattieallen289 (Liverpool) says...

@bognorrock The signing of Xabi Alonso negates that point entirely on it's own, and that lad Torres wasn't half bad in a red shirt, was he?

Posted 6:20pm 27th January 2014

Synergy says...

@bognorrock (Leeds United)> Andy Carroll cost 35 mil. Michu cost Swansea £2 mil. Negredo cost City £16.4 mil. Sorry can't see your logic.

Posted 1:40pm 24th January 2014

bognorrock (Leeds United) says...

An "Overhyped Clogger from the Championship" couldn't be much worse than some of the trash Liverpool and Swansea have picked up from La Liga.

Posted 12:35pm 24th January 2014

Jay_D says...

@simonthfc, if Liverpool were able to get Suarez without CL football, ear bitting notwithstanding, Man utd could probably get Rakitic. Holding on to him would be the issue.

Posted 10:18am 24th January 2014

Synergy says...

@simonthfc> Doesn't matter. Higher wages and a higher profile club capable of challenging for trophies tends to get players to join.

To be honest I would prefer Koke. Young dynamic and exciting. Though not sure Athletico would sell him, especially in the Jan window, when they are challenging for the title.

Posted 6:16am 24th January 2014

simonthfc (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

Ever Banega - That first paragraph is not exactly selling him is it!! More like reasons not to sign him. Ivan Rakitic - I'm sure he would be tempted by CL football, but if that's the case why link him to Man Utd, they are not exactly nailed on for it at the moment are they?

Posted 3:40pm 23rd January 2014

bobsy (Liverpool) says...

i fancy rakitic as gerrards replacement.

Posted 1:39pm 23rd January 2014

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