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    Signings under FSG

    Will update this in time, just wanted to have somewhere to see it all at a glance should any of it be relevant for reference in other threads - info from the Echo.

    Amazing looking back at some names, also love the (overall) rise and rise of quality of those coming in.

    January 2011

    Luis Suarez (22.8m, Ajax)
    Andy Carroll (35m, Newcastle United)

    Summer 2011

    Jordan Henderson (16m, Sunderland)
    Charlie Adam (6.75m, Blackpool)
    Alexander Doni (free)
    Stewart Downing (18.5m, Aston Villa)
    Jose Enrique (6m, Newcastle United)
    Sebastian Coates (4.9m, Nacional)
    Craig Bellamy (free)

    January 2012

    Jordon Ibe (500,000, Wycombe Wanderers)
    Joao Carlos Teixeira (830,000, Sporting Lisbon)

    Summer 2012

    Fabio Borini (10.4m, Roma)
    Joe Allen (15m, Swansea City)
    Oussama Assaidi (3m, Heerenveen)
    Nuri Sahin (loan, Real Madrid)
    Samed Yesil (1m, Bayer Leverkusen)

    January 2013

    Daniel Sturridge (12m, Chelsea)
    Philippe Coutinho (8.5m, Inter Milan)

    Summer 2013

    Luis Alberto (6.8m, Sevilla)
    Iago Aspas (7m, Celta Vigo)
    Simon Mignolet (9m, Sunderland)
    Kolo Toure (free)
    Aly Cissokho (loan, Valencia)
    Mamadou Sakho (15m, Paris Saint-Germain)
    Tiago Ilori (3.5m, Sporting Lisbon)
    Victor Moses (loan, Chelsea)

    Summer 2014

    Rickie Lambert (4.5m, Southampton)
    Adam Lallana (25m, Southampton)
    Emre Can (9.5m, Bayer Leverkusen)
    Kevin Stewart (free)
    Lazar Markovic (19.8m, Benfica)
    Dejan Lovren (20m, Southampton)
    Divock Origi (9.8m, Lille)
    Javier Manquillo (loan, Atletico Madrid)
    Alberto Moreno (12m, Sevilla)
    Mario Balotelli (16m, AC Milan)

    Summer 2015

    Joe Gomez (6m, Charlton Athletic)
    Adam Bogdan (free)
    Danny Ings (8m, Burnley)
    James Milner (free)
    Nathaniel Clyne (12.5m, Southampton)
    Roberto Firmino (29m, Hoffenheim)
    Christian Benteke (32.5m, Aston Villa)
    Allan (500,000, Internacional)

    January 2016

    Marko Grujic (5.1m, Red Star Belgrade)
    Steven Caulker (loan, QPR)
    Kamil Grabara (250,000, Ruch Chorzow)

    Summer 2016

    Sadio Mane (30m, Southampton)
    Loris Karius (4.7m, Mainz)
    Joel Matip (free)
    Ragnar Klavan (4.2m, Augsburg)
    Alex Manninger (free)
    Gini Wijnaldum (25m, Newcastle United)

    Summer 2017

    Mohamed Salah (36.9m, Roma)
    Dominic Solanke (undisclosed fee, Chelsea)
    Andy Robertson (10m, Hull City)
    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (35m, Arsenal)

    January 2018

    Virgil van Dijk (75m, Southampton)

    Summer 2018

    Naby Keita (52.75m, RB Leipzig)
    Fabinho (39.3m, Monaco)
    Xherdan Shaqiri (12.85m, Stoke City)
    Alisson Becker (65m, Roma)

    Summer 2019

    Harvey Elliott (tribunal fee, Fulham)
    Sepp van den Berg (1.3m, PEC Zwolle)
    Adrian (free)

    January 2020

    Takumi Minamino (7.25m, Red Bull Salzburg)
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    Wow, summer 2014. Talk about scatter gun approach.

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    2 years without a top addition

    If only there was someone they could spend a tonne of money on, due to the corona impact on transfer values its ever more difficult with it knocking millions off player values.

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    But look at 2018, has anyone ever bought five such high profile players in one year and got them all absolutely spot on.

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    By the looks of it the failure of Balotelli was a turning point on our transfers. Something major changed and literary everything after they touched turned to Gold.

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    Summer 2012. Wow that was bleak. As bad as my holiday in Bulgaria at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miller0863 View Post
    But look at 2018, has anyone ever bought five such high profile players in one year and got them all absolutely spot on.
    Amazing work that year, absolutely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miller0863 View Post
    But look at 2018, has anyone ever bought five such high profile players in one year and got them all absolutely spot on.
    Has shaqiri even proved he was worth the 12m?

    I suppose

    but i agree with you yea

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev0909 View Post
    Has shaqiri even proved he was worth the 12m?

    I suppose

    but i agree with you yea
    His were the goals that got Mourinho sacked weren't they? That is worth his price tag in itself

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    Thank you Bournemouth for 35m haha

    A lot on the list we got the money back or more. Or we got pretty good value.

    Even with Sakho and Benteke we got some money's worth, and the money back.

    Worst

    Balotelli
    Carroll
    Markovic

    I guess Markovic the winner tbh.

    Cissokho was awful tbh.
    Charlie Adam too but the corners were worth 8m and that penalty. At least Noods got a free ball.

    Since 2016 most targets and buys have been sensational.

    Add them up , then their value today. That must be some markup !

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