Thomas Delaney

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  1. rasjen14 Well-Known Member

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    Report: Tottenham Hotspur interested in Thomas Delaney

    Not many know this guy. He's a danish CM and to be honest he's really really good. Scored a hattrick recently for Denmark and has a superb attitude, a real fighter who's quite versatile. Could be a great backup and to be honest, the way he's developing, an absolutely steal for 15mil euros.
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  2. mr whitey Well-Known Member

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    I've never seen him play, but have been curious about him since his name kept cropping up on the score sheet from midfield. I always follow the scores and stats from all the big league on Whoscored and in the second half of last season he seemed to be the catalyst for Bremen staying up.
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    Should have quite a click with Eriksen from national squad.

    I think for this hat-trick Eriksen assisted 2?
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    Danish midfield and Belgian defence and English forward line maybe the formula for 2018-2019
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  5. NYYiddo1019 Well-Known Member

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    One to def keep an eye out on.
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    He has grown like crazy since he was sold from FC Copenhagen to Werder Bremen. To be honest when he was playing in Denmark he too often seemed lazy; he was probably the best on his position in the league, and he knew it. He might grow even more, and for the danish national side he's without a doubt the best box-to-box midfielder available, but at this point I honestly can't see him push either Wanyama, Dembélé, Dier or even Winks for a starting role. Also he's 25 I think, so hardly one for the future. All in all I don't think he's good enough, and with our ambitions he probably never will be.

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