Players who might improve us

ninjamonkey

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If Leeds go down, Phillips on loan would be good for both clubs. We get a temporary dinho replacement and a chance to see if he's capable of playing at our level for minimal cost as well as holding on to see if Lavia shows enough development to become a genuine option.

He gets top level football ahead of the world cup, a chance to learn from the best and a chance to win something.

Leeds get a chance to keep him if they come back up at the first attempt and if they don't, we get an option to sign permanently.
 

FromPollockToSilva

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If Leeds go down, Phillips on loan would be good for both clubs. We get a temporary dinho replacement and a chance to see if he's capable of playing at our level for minimal cost as well as holding on to see if Lavia shows enough development to become a genuine option.

He gets top level football ahead of the world cup, a chance to learn from the best and a chance to win something.

Leeds get a chance to keep him if they come back up at the first attempt and if they don't, we get an option to sign permanently.

That's far too sensible to ever work in real life
 

DeBlueLou

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In terms of realism i'd go for Phillips if Leeds go down for around 25m and someone like Ait-Nouri or Porro for the right-back position.

If two wingers (Jesus + Sterling/Mahrez) goes i'd splash 60-80m on Leao or someone alike with pace and directness.
 

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