South American talent

Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by Kompany is King, 8 Mar 2017.

  1. kun

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  2. Kompany is King

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    If he gets a work permit he will play in England. Is the article suggesting our first team, is he that good?
     
  3. MillionDollarDream

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    Funny enough, he's supposed to be headed to MLS, Atlanta United
     
  4. silvasankle

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    Does anyone have anymore info on that Arthur kid?
     
  5. MillionDollarDream

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    yea he’s one of brazil’s talents. But Barca are 70% over the line with him.
     
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    Arthur heading to Barca, Wendel heading to PSG.
     
  7. MillionDollarDream

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    Moving to São Paulo, former home of Ederson ;) lol
     
  8. Divino da Guia

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    Arthur is probably the most Guardiola type of player from South America in 10 years. Surprised we are not linked.
     
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    He is on my list of qualified Fernandihno replacements who might be even better than Dihno when it's all said and done.
     
  10. Divino da Guia

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    Yes, of course you never know what will be the level of the players in Europe when they are signed straight from South America, but in terms of skills, dribbling, passing, vision, there is no comparassion, they are not players from the same "brand", Arthur is much more talented.
     

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