Julian Weigl

Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by Bombo, 13 Jan 2016.

  1. Oleole123

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    And this kid is 22. Germany are Talent machines
     
  2. Fabulous

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    His goal today:

     
  3. KCblue

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    He's left-footed isn't he?
     
  4. dcye

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    I watched that Dortmund game yesterday and he was amazing. What a signing he would be.
     
  5. bulldogblue

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    Watched the Dortmund game last night and thought the kid was brilliant, especially as this was his first game back after a long injury. His work rate, positioning and passing were sublime. He certainly has the proverbial old head on young shoulders.
    Hope we can agree a deal for him next summer because this boy is class and would be the ideal replacement for the holding midfield role.
     
  6. Oleole123

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    and We would be set for the next 10 Years. He is 22
     
  7. dcye

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    Nah, haven't you heard? On this forum you're old if you're 28.
     
  8. Sensanetional

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    No, he's right-footed but I'd say he's above average with his left.
     
  9. MarsLlama

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    Imagine a midfield of

    De Bruyne Gundogan
    ---------Weigl

    in a few years. Would be a German-speaking machine.
     
  10. Jazzman

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    Unfortunately I think it will be next to impossible to buy Julian Weigl from Dortmund. He's got a contract until 2021. At the best of times Dortmund are c***s to deal with, and having sold Dembele they don't exactly need money. It's gonna take a very large amount of money getting Weigl.
     

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