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This could make a 5m move for Rodriguez make more sense. First of all it's a steal, but also it could help settle Big Wes and not have to carry the entire load. Kodjia and Davis as backup is not so bad either.

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1 minute ago, sne said:

This (potential) signing makes me ever more up to the idea that we should try for Pavon from Boca.

strange in that he's kind of well know, been around for a while now and yet never really gets linked to anyone, a move to Watford was in the papers at the start of the summer but that's gone quiet

FM must buy

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2 minutes ago, MaVilla said:

25 million euros?, so £22 million ish.

Anything official?, nothing on the Villa site?

you would have thought they would learn from el ghazi but no he'll probably have played 3 friendlies before they announce him

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Saw a report that Lazio were after him with a 16m Euro bid with 5mill in add ons.  the initial fee probably isn't as high as 25 million euros

https://thelaziali.com/2019/06/13/wesley-moraes-lazio-stretch/

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According to what has been reported by Radiosei this morning, Lazio have entered the final stretch to sign Club Brugge forward Wesley Moraes.  In a saga that has seemingly been going on for a long time now, the final stretch is here and Igli Tare is optimistic about getting the deal wrapped up.

Lazio’s last offer for the Brazilian forward was 16 million euros plus another five million in potential bonuses; yet this is still just off the Belgian club’s valuation of the striker – whose price has risen in the past year, since Lazio were last interested, due to his strong performances for his current club.

 

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