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Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by Bombo, 13 Jan 2016.
Apart from his whole career at Villa.
Still don't get why this bloke would be a replacement for Fernandinho, in any area of the game & why we would require something different to Fernandinho.
Surely a new, younger Fernadninho who is a better Fernandinho than the old one, is what we want ?
Surely we can find someone closer to Fern than this guy ?
I personally think delph could do a job there in the whatsit cup and lesser teams in the fa cup also dead rubbers in europe ,give ferna a break,however moving forward we want someone who will try and relegate ferna to a squad player, someone who can do the job ferna does so well but better.
ive not seen enough of weigel to warrant any opinion on him,i would like verratti most probably impossible, but if psg come calling for Sergio and Sergio is still unhappy? then why not try and do a deal
How's he getting on at girona?
I’m sure Pep will move for Wiegl in the summer - he’s a big fan and it’s the key position for him. I’m not saying it’ll happen but I’m sure we’ll try.
Quite poorly, only 6 games as a starter, including meaningless cup games. Not showing anything special so far, can't see him playing for City.
I think Pep sees more Busquets in Weigl than Fernandinho.
Neil Pointon like!
Maybe Mikel Merino from Newcastle. If they go down he's one I'd expect to stay in the Premier League (or move back to Germany or Spain).
Young enough to bide his time behind Fernandinho for the time being, could be perfect for a fraction of the price of a Weigl or a Diawara.