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Our announcements are always 12:30 or 5:00. Perhaps Bettinelli 12:30 and Sanogo 5:00? 

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So who do we still have and actively working on?

Morsy, Woodrow, Robert's? Anyone else?

Assuming Sanogo and Bettinelli are done.

RAF, Lurker?

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How many previous managers are now having the same problem, they seem fine being able to get the players up here even staying over so i dont see the 'club or area as the problem' only my view but its got to be when they sit down to negotiate, if going by what we are led to believe we have healthy wage budget to use so maybe the main issue is the agent fees and we know how gibson feels about these. 

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6 minutes ago, BoroYorkie said:

Scott Wilson said no other signings apart from Bettinelli expected before Watford game

This Sanogo must be taking the mick if we're still negotiating after all this time.

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Just now, TeaCider24 said:

This Sanogo must be taking the mick if we're still negotiating after all this time.

It doesn't sound like we are still negotiating, it sounds like it's only the medical left 

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3 minutes ago, BG93 said:

How many previous managers are now having the same problem, they seem fine being able to get the players up here even staying over so i dont see the 'club or area as the problem' only my view but its got to be when they sit down to negotiate, if going by what we are led to believe we have healthy wage budget to use so maybe the main issue is the agent fees and we know how gibson feels about these. 

This is my feeling as well. From what Warnock has said though the agents and players are living in cloud cuckoo land. Obviously he has got to put a positive spin on it but to be fair I don't see all these players we've "missed out on" rocking up anywhere else on huge bumper contracts (except Sheff Wed apparently...). There are loads of free agents around that seem to be struggling to get signed as well. They don't seem to realise we are in COVID times and everyone is going to be cautious with their money.

Give it some time, things will start moving towards the end of the window. Just hopefully they'll start moving for us too.

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I read an article this am stating numerous clubs in the championship are facing bankruptcy due to HMRC demanding their deferred tax. This amounts to 4-5million per club. This is bound to have an impact on our recruitment I would have thought. If HMRC are going to push this I am sure there will be bargains to be had later in the window if we are in a position to add to our costs. After reading that I am more resigned to having to wait. 

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3 minutes ago, wilsoncgp said:

It doesn't sound like we are still negotiating, it sounds like it's only the medical left 

People have been saying that he's been due for/doing his medical for days.

Not that I'd expect him to play against Watford, he'll be very short of match fitness with the amount of time he's had off.

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FootballInsider have been a step ahead of our locals this summer they broke our Morsy interest and Sanogo talks so if someone's told them he's set for a medical Thursday evening I'm inclined to believe it.

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Warnock says Grant Hall was agreed basically before he came to the club, which is interesting.

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