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1 minute ago, Changing Times said:

Isn't Maja basically a similar type of striker to Assombalonga?

Seems that way to me. I think he's a bit quicker and, hopefully, keener, but I'm not sure how good a fit he would be.

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3 minutes ago, Changing Times said:

Isn't Maja basically a similar type of striker to Assombalonga?

He's much quicker I would say and he's only 22 so potential for him to progress. His career stalled a little going abroad but he did okay at Fulham. Think the right team and he'll be really good especially at Championship level.

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Grosicki a free still but just turned 33

Surely a few wingers caught our eye in South America other than Lazaro

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15 minutes ago, DurhamRed said:

I think we need a South American manger next year if we want to buy South American players that's the reason Muniz choose Fulham after talking to silva.

Silva isn't from South America.

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26 minutes ago, DurhamRed said:

It's more they can speak in same language Warnock couldn't offer that 

Surely he'd just speak English louder and slower?

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54 minutes ago, Tom said:

Seems that way to me. I think he's a bit quicker and, hopefully, keener, but I'm not sure how good a fit he would be.

Yeah, that's kinda what I was thinking.  He's a bit quicker, technique is a bit better, maybe a touch more individual skill as well but not as bulky as Assombalonga.  In build up play drops short to get the ball to feet but closer to the goal he wants to be running off the last defender onto through balls.

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I’d be happy to get Maja and it’s weird to think 2 weeks ago he was linked and dismissed as ‘no chance’. Now he’s being discussed as a decent back up option haha.

It’s a wonder why are Fulham commuting a lot of money for Muniz when they could get Maja back for cheaper and less risk.

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5 hours ago, LinoJo3 said:

I’d be happy to get Maja and it’s weird to think 2 weeks ago he was linked and dismissed as ‘no chance’. Now he’s being discussed as a decent back up option haha.

It’s a wonder why are Fulham commuting a lot of money for Muniz when they could get Maja back for cheaper and less risk.

They've got a new manager, he must think he can bring on Muniz like Everton did with Richarlison

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