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1 minute ago, p_mards said:

What flights are there from Argentina to England in the past 24 hours? There surely can't be many. Let's hunt him down 😄

It will definitely be rare for one to land in Teesside International Airport 🤣

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Offer has been accepted bauser has had his critics but he has pulled masterstrokes on both of these.  Now over to you Leo!  Payero small issues look sorted should be an announcement tomorrow or f

Gibson doing a Gibson. Having another punt, pushing for Bolasie, this Argentinian and money available for a couple more. (Not a lot though) Spence going for £5m

Not been keeping up but Sporar should be sorted by Tuesday 

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19 minutes ago, p_mards said:

My take on the Payero is that there's clearly some foundation to it and Warnock is feeling fairly optimistic about our chances of signing him. If there was nothing close then Warnock would not have answered how he did; he'd have just said there was absolutely nothing in it. The Argentinian links seem confident that a transfer fee has been agreed, and after Warnock's interview, I heard nothing to suggest that this was inaccurate - he was more focused on the fee not being anywhere near the reported level of £5.9 million (including all clauses). It wouldn't surprise me if he's on a plane over here ahead of having a medical and signing.

I agree with this. If it was in the balance he would not have reacted this way. If it’s rubbish he would have said it’s rubbish. 

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I definitely hope we sign Payero rather than Michael Smith. Michael Smith is such a common name and Payero is exotic. Even though Smith scored more goals last season than any of our players. Payero just sounds really good. Although I’m joking I’m actually not - I really hope we sign him even though I’m 52 and I’ve seen it all before.

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2 minutes ago, CrazyL said:

I definitely hope we sign Payero rather than Michael Smith. Michael Smith is such a common name and Payero is exotic. Even though Smith scored more goals last season than any of our players. Payero just sounds really good. Although I’m joking I’m actually not - I really hope we sign him even though I’m 52 and I’ve seen it all before.

What?

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5 minutes ago, macapes said:

What?

I hope we sign the Argie boy rather than Smith. Because even though I’m getting on a bit I’m still a sucker for a foreign signing even though I’ve never heard of him. If you need further explanation DM me 👍🏻

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25 minutes ago, CrazyL said:

I hope we sign the Argie boy rather than Smith. Because even though I’m getting on a bit I’m still a sucker for a foreign signing even though I’ve never heard of him. If you need further explanation DM me 👍🏻

I'd be surprised if it's not both, Payero is a midfielder.

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Hopefully @diggerlad07or @Lurker can find something out about Payero. There has to be some truth in it surely?

Too many media outlets have reported it and Warnock didn't shut it down. Just laughed it off and said we wouldn't be paying 5.8m for anyone. He didn't want to give anything away.

With Saville gone is Mpanzu or someone else lined up to replace him.

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40 minutes ago, CrazyL said:

I hope we sign the Argie boy rather than Smith. Because even though I’m getting on a bit I’m still a sucker for a foreign signing even though I’ve never heard of him. If you need further explanation DM me 👍🏻

Not exactly clear what Smith has to do with Payero, really.  Don't think one is in anyway related to the other. 

Today's signing of Ikpeazu might have pushed Smith down the list though. 

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I'm not excited by Martin Payero in the slightest..

The last Martin we signed was Cranie (previously Braithwaite) and the last South American was De Pena.. no thanks

 

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Is the Bolasie deal dead then?

I'm getting greedy now but I want to see..

                Keeper

 BigDjik Fry  McNair Bola 

         Morsy Mpanzu 

                 Payero 

  Tav                           Bolasie 

               Ikpeazu

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Dan1234 said:

Is the Bolasie deal dead then?

I'm getting greedy now but I want to see..

                Keeper

 BigDjik Fry  McNair Bola 

         Morsy Mpanzu 

                 Payero 

  Tav                           Bolasie 

               Ikpeazu

 

 

We have a keeper…

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6 minutes ago, Dan1234 said:

Is the Bolasie deal dead then?

I'm getting greedy now but I want to see..

                Keeper

 BigDjik Fry  McNair Bola 

         Morsy Mpanzu 

                 Payero 

  Tav                           Bolasie 

               Ikpeazu

 

 

Last season's top scorer doesn't get in the side!

Just out of interest, who would be scoring the goals in that side?

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1 hour ago, Blanco said:

It will definitely be rare for one to land in Teesside International Airport 🤣

Just the daily flight from Buenos Aires to Teesside 🤷‍♂️ 

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