I think he plays as a WBL/ML/AML but you should be able to train him as a LB very quickly. Other than that your squad looks strong. Do you have any promising youth products coming through?
nice story bro! are you looking to buy some other players then neymar and villa?
Erick Torres would be a good signing for you, get him as early as you can as his asking price goes up and up. Young Mexican striker, similar to Aguero in my opinion. Also take a look at Shinji Kagawa of Dortmund, been brilliant for me on the wings as an inside forward. Also note Fabio Coentrao has a release clause of £26m, can't get a much better player on the left than him and he's quite young
Hi bro can you post the West Brom squad wanna see if they made any decent signings.
#37317 Walsall_Craig : Thanks mate, I will definetly be looking at that young mexican, and I will have alook at the other players too.
Manchester City have confirmed interest in two talented midfielders and they as follows
Eden Hazard of Lille and Jack Wilshere of Arsenal.
I want to bring in young players as both these players have amazing stats and can improve in the future.
New Transfers coming in January 2013
Gary Cahill of Bolton Wanderers for a fee of £11.25milllion
new updates tomorrow....watch this space!!!
No Problem, I know Man City have plenty of money so what positions you looking at strenthening or finding youngsters as back up/future first team? I've not played a game as City yet, but notice Mancini usually goes for a 4-2-3-1 formation usually using Silva, Aguero and Nasri behind Dzeko. He usually always buys Jagielka, Sigurdsson and Ganso as well. I'm guessing with your formation and the players you've mentioned that you're looking at that you want creative wide players? I'd say don't forget about Vladimir Weiss as I know he gets better and be very good down the right. As for a new signing I guess you can't go wrong with Hazard or Goetze. Wilshere always seems easy to get in second or third season as well, seems like he drops out of favour at Arsenal after spending so long injured
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