Houssem Aouar

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  1. birchwoodgingerste

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    We dont need another attacking mid we need ndombele or similar.
     
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  2. EL APACHE TEVEZ

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    Wouldn’t surprise me
     
  3. BlueDejong

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  4. MeatHunterrr

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    Interesting. Pep certainly liked Aouar after the Lyon away game
     
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  5. Kompany is King

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    Could happen, as said earlier Pep was full of praise.
     
  6. Summerbee88

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    Yes please
     
  7. richards30

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    Looked great against us but I sense that gundogan is now staying. Would have been a good time to upgrade Gundy to be honest
     
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  8. JimmyNJ

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    Does he fit in anywhere if Gundo stays? Knowing now that Pep likes Bernardo on the wing and with Munich now talking with City about Sane... maybe a need for another attacking midfielder.
     
  9. Andrew___K

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    I don't think so. Fullbacks, CB, DM and forward are more pressing needs.

    Besides, Aouar has been quite inconsistent this season, should stay in France for 1-2 more years to develop. Gundo is a far better player right now.
     
  10. Gabriel

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    Seven goals and seven assists in the league this season, and two straight seasons with no injuries. He's a right-footed Bernardo in that he doesn't give the ball away and looks as if he could play anywhere on the pitch. Guardiola's type of player.
     

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