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Going back to Januzaj would Mourinho let him go to Burnley as I don't think we're exactly his favourite other club
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If we were to make an offer to buy then Man U might be able to recall him from Sunderland.
Plenty of skill that would compliment the 'team' ethic at Turf Moor!
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If either one comes off, that would be a significant improvement to the squad as a whole.
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He's another who had too much too quickly, but he's got pace, talent, and two feet. The question is whether he can regain the confidence which has clearly gone, or has the appetite to work back on his flank that we seem to demand.
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Depends on how much he would cost but probably a great option to have when we need creativity. Not that I thing for one iota of a second that we have any realistic chance of getting him.
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For me then it all comes down to how much we're willing to spend on him. I can't see us getting much change out of £8-10 million (if any!) and he'll probably want quite substantial wages too.
Oft said on here but "In Dyche we trust"... I'd imagine that he'll be looking to the board to back him on at least one big (by our standards!) purchase this transfer window- just to see that he will receive the support he needs to push the club on from yo-yo team to stable lower Premier League club. Otherwise he might start to think that the time to move on is fast approaching; whether we stay up or not...
We would pay 10 million for a young championship player with international experience. If we can pick him up for anything around that I'd be amazed.
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Brady is def the better bet and who we should splash the cash on
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KefkaClaret wrote:Considering the fact that Sunderland fans don't even rate him I'm not sure how this would be a class signing.
Arfield, Lowton, Heaton, Ward...
All not really fancied at the clubs they were at but have done are doing well since we signed them
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