Transfer Talk
Transfer Talk
Sep 4, 2020
What now for Messi & Bale, will Ole's strategy propel Utd & why Thiago is perfect for Liverpool
1 hr 10 min
Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by The Independent’s senior football writer, Melissa Reddy, to discuss what the future may hold for Lionel Messi (06:04) and Gareth Bale (17:45) after another interesting week in Spain. The panel debate whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is getting the credit he deserves for the transfer strategy he has implemented at Manchester United and what further additions need to be made following the arrival of Donny van de Beek (24:09). Melissa examines what Thiago could bring to Liverpool if he joins from Bayern Munich as well as Jurgen Klopp’s long-term transfer plan at the club (41:00). Italian football writer Nicky Bandini joins the show to provide insight on Everton’s new midfielder Allan (51:48) and Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly (56:18). Plus, there’s news from Chelsea, Leicester, West Ham, Newcastle, Celtic and much more (1:01:09).
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