Junior Malanda

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  1. Scottish Toffee

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    http://www.voetbalnieuws.be/news/45823/Verlegt_Everton_zijn_aandacht_van_Odjidja_naar_Malanda

    Highly rated 18 year-old CD/DM, Belgian U-19s Captain, who has been the catalyst for their impressive form this season. Their manager is apparently wanting to sell to an English club that is willing to loan him back to them for a year or two.
  2. McBain

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    Two Juniors?

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  3. Brennan

    Brennan Sniff it. Forum Supporter

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    Buying a player and loaning him back for a year or two. No thanks.
  4. Rothanaa

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    ^ if we had the money why wouldn't you do it. Buy some young talent loan them to a club that would give them games rather him rotting on the bench or reserves. Win win for both clubs, however two years is a bit too much.
  5. ijjysmith

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    Haha!!

    There is your first problem.

    Your second problem is if we had any money then surely we should spend it on players who can make an impact the team now.
  6. when i score we riot

    when i score we riot

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    I dont see the problem here, i mean this could easily be another masterstroke like Abdullaev. GOODISON LEGEND
  7. Allezfan

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    We often spend a few hundred thousand on a kid in some backwater league.

    Some times it gets us a first team player (Vellios, Coleman, Duffy, Gueye) and sometimes we sell them without them making any impact (Silva, Vidarsson, Abdullayev, Mustafi). Just this summer we picked up Kennedy and McLaughin, I can see us grabbing this kid too if the price is right.
  8. toffeejack

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    i was thinking two juniors as well, thought the kid was coming along nicely. could turn out to be good business, but we've done quite a lot of this youngster buying in recent years and i wouldn't say it's paid off too well. this does sound like a thing moneybags chelsea would do rather than us though e.g. de bruyne
  9. Vitalstatistix

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    UPDATE: a Belgian journalist has just announced that Malanda has cancelled his own contract under a 1978 Belgian Act. Waiting on FIFA to rubber stamp it.

    If he is now a free agent this would be a no-brainer for us. Unfortunately lots of other PL clubs will be thinking the same.

    He would be ideal though. Absolute beast.
  10. FTY

    FTY Yewtree bait x Forum Supporter

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    Boss on Fifa.
  11. AndyZ

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    Need to move quickly then. Unfortunately, "everton" and "swift transfer maneuver" are not synonymous.
  12. MartSlinger

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    Fulham are the only other side interested by all accounts... Fulham or Everton?.... Fulham.
  13. Neiler

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    Where we're going we dont need any roads.
  14. AndyZ

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    London is more attractive to most potential players...
  15. Bryan

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  16. LocalNative

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    Says who? I think that with him now being a free transfer, alot more clubs will be interested in him.
  17. FTY

    FTY Yewtree bait x Forum Supporter

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    Fixed.
  18. MartSlinger

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    The lad wouldn't have costed no more than £2m ffs.
  19. Zaschrona

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    He definetely would cost at least double of that.
  20. Librarian

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    Tony Scott ‏@Tony_Scott11 10m
    Everton target Junior Malanda has terminated his contract at Z Waregem. He is now a free agent with Fulham also interested in the midfielder

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