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  • Kevin Gameiro

    8 16.33%
  • Luciano Vietto

    9 18.37%
  • Alexandre Lacazette

    18 36.73%
  • Trust Munir

    3 6.12%
  • Lucas Perez

    2 4.08%
  • Jonas

    0 0%
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    9 18.37%
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    Which striker would you sign?

    Number 72 Man City striker center forward Kelechi Promise Iheanacho

    Super talented! Just turned 20 last week. He's got smart happy feet, excellent movement off the ball, lighting fast, high work rate and he always seems to be at the right place at the right time. At a market value of 7 million, he's an absolute bargain. On top of that, dude's cool as a cucumber in the strike zone. Excellent shot to goal ratio both in the PL and for the Nigerian NT. Got panache too





    2nd choice would be 23 year old Everton's Centre Forward Romelu Lukaku. 1,91 m. / 94 kg. He's built like a tank but remains super agile and fast. Excellent with headers and can score with both feet. His addition would generate an even more terrifying, nigh unstoppable attacking squad. Only problem, the Special wants him bad and his price just crossed the bar of 40 million so not sure if this exceeds the conditions of the poll.



    You can see them both in action this coming Saturday at 16:00 CET / Everton vs Man. City. Should be an awesome game!
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    Nice choices man but Suarez is still in a league of his own. Will be very hard to replace him when we come to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bojan View Post
    Nice choices man but Suarez is still in a league of his own. Will be very hard to replace him when we come to that.
    Totally agreed. El pistolero is one of a kind. He's still got many years before retiring but when he eventually does, manager will probably have to adapt to the new players. Can't think of any1 who could mimic his style of play. Kelechi and Romelu would make great substitutes though. Coach could even add them on the field in combination to MSN when wanting to blitz a team parking the bus...

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