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Evidence that I saw in the summer window thread. 

1 hour ago, The_Steve said:

Sarr liking Villa content 

 

 

 

3 hours ago, Loxstock92 said:

Could be nothing, could be something 🤷‍♂️

 

18 hours ago, Loxstock92 said:

As feared, things are moving for Pope Matar Sarr. Aston Villa is the most enterprising club to sign the Senegalese but "other European clubs are also interested".

 

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And some stats of his. 

16 hours ago, Indigo said:

For what it's worth the below link is a breakdown of Sarr's stats relative to other players in his position in the top 5 leagues in Europe. Quite impressive given his age, something else to have those defensive stats combined with carries in possession that aren't a million miles off what Jack's would be.

https://fbref.com/en/players/feb5d972/scout/365_euro/Pape-Matar-Sarr-Scouting-Report

 

11 hours ago, HalfTimePost said:

a thread here from a United fan who has pulled together a bunch of stats on DMs he considers to be some of the best or most promising in football. Some aren't really DMs but the thread itself is quite interesting.

Pape Sarr isn't far behind Ndidi, Tchouameni, Bissouma for defensive duels won. Is further behind in Interceptions and Recoveries but is most similar there to say Jorginho but again, similar to Bissouma. Pretty much shares a position with Kante for pressuring the opposition. Ranks alright for progressive runs, not many progressive passes but better or similar to Rice, Bissouma, Fabinho. Doesn't do a lot in the final third but again Bissouma's name isn't far away here either. Turnovers is quite poor, he's amongst the highest here, but the likes of Berge, Mctominay and Camavinga are all worse and two of those names pop up in here regularly.

A big pinch of salt in this as it's pulled together by a fan but the data is interesting nonetheless especially comparing Pape Sarrs name to ones more of us will actually have heard of.

 

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So...  Liking social media posts = He's for sure signing?  Didn't Rashica post a picture of himself and Nakamba on Instagram last summer after we started being heavily linked to him?

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3 minutes ago, KMitch said:

So...  Liking social media posts = He's for sure signing?  Didn't Rashica post a picture of himself and Nakamba on Instagram last summer after we started being heavily linked to him?

You just compared two completely different things as if they were the same thing! (And it was Nakamba who posted it)

Edit: you must think it's pretty interesting that an 18/19 year old Senegalese player who plays in France started liking and following Villa things on social media at exactly the same moment some journalist in France says we're in for him.

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8 minutes ago, KMitch said:

So...  Liking social media posts = He's for sure signing?  Didn't Rashica post a picture of himself and Nakamba on Instagram last summer after we started being heavily linked to him?

Yeah but him and Nakamba are actually friends. And some dude reported us being linked with him don't know what his tier is

 

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7 minutes ago, Rolta said:

You just compared two completely different things as if they were the same thing! (And it was Nakamba who posted it)

Edit: you must think it's pretty interesting that an 18/19 year old Senegalese player who plays in France started liking and following Villa things on social media at exactly the same moment some journalist in France says we're in for him.

I'll only believe it if either Percy tweets about it or someone spots him in Julie B's basement...

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