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Speculation The hysterical and annoying, but traditional, totally unfounded autumn/winter 2019/20 rumours thread.

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tedfoxxx

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Lallana is more likely to keep Matty James company so it's a no from me
I’d happily take a fit Adam Lallana, he’s a cracking player and unlike anything we currently have, he’d add much needed experience too. But given the limited squad size and massive wages he’d be on I’d say no too.
 

pork pie fox

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He appears to be a decent lad and he's a good player. The downside is his injuries, but he's the sort of signing that could be good for the character of the dressing room, so I think he'd be a decent addition.
 

Brown Nose

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Lallana gets injured every time he plays for any sustained period of time. He has on-going knee, hamstring and groin issues that will always flare up. That's why he never plays for any length of time. Liverpool just use him as a late substitute because that's about all he can do.

Aside from this, the impact of those injuries mean that he's got no pace any more. I also don't see how he'd fit into either our formation or our approach - he won't do the running that is required.

He'll be 32 in May. He's just after some mug club giving him a final pay day and his agent is touting him about as he knows there is zero chance that Liverpool will extend his contract.

82 Premier League starts for Liverpool in six seasons. This record compares very closely to Matty James first six years at City (he managed 79).

The best Lallana can hope for is a promoted side taking a punt on him or some idiot side that never learn like West Ham.
 

camberwell fox

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Lallana gets injured every time he plays for any sustained period of time. He has on-going knee, hamstring and groin issues that will always flare up. That's why he never plays for any length of time. Liverpool just use him as a late substitute because that's about all he can do.

Aside from this, the impact of those injuries mean that he's got no pace any more. I also don't see how he'd fit into either our formation or our approach - he won't do the running that is required.

He'll be 32 in May. He's just after some mug club giving him a final pay day and his agent is touting him about as he knows there is zero chance that Liverpool will extend his contract.

82 Premier League starts for Liverpool in six seasons. This record compares very closely to Matty James first six years at City (he managed 79).

The best Lallana can hope for is a promoted side taking a punt on him or some idiot side that never learn like West Ham.
So, your not quite sure then?
 

Mike - True Blue Tinter

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Leaving aside that Man City will throw £10milllion + worth of lawyers at the UEFA decision, some of their players might want to leave with no Champions League football for two years. So who might be available, and who will Man City have to dump to balance their books with a £100million + drop in income?
 
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Premier League

P Pld Pts
Liverpool 29  82
Manchester City 28  57
Leicester 29  53
Chelsea 29  48
Manchester Utd 29  45
Wolves 29  43
Sheffield Utd 28  43
Tottenham  29  41
Arsenal 28  40
10 Burnley 29  39
11 Palace 29  39
12 Everton 29  37
13 Newcastle Utd 29  35
14 Southampton 29  34
15 Brighton 29  29
16 West Ham Utd 29  27
17 Watford 29  27
18 Bournemouth 29  27
19 Aston Villa 28  25
20 Norwich City 29  21

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