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Expert after a record window: - Mourinho was right

Expert after a record window: – Mourinho was right

to me Sky Sportswhich indicates the Deloitte audit, the 20 teams in the Premier League have bought a net player for more than one billion pounds, which is equivalent to 11.6 billion Norwegian kroner.

It’s a new record. Chelsea has never spent more money out of this window and is also the club that has spent the most money in the league. According to the newspaper, the amount should be around 3.1 billion NOK.

Followed by Manchester United, with around 2.5 billion NOK. “That’s what happened,” says TV 2 football expert Simen Stamsø-Møller.

When they are in desperate need of a lot of money and make contact, it is understandable that the selling club is asking for a lot.

– It’s a very huge amount of money, but that’s where the country is. (Jose) Mourinho was right, previously saying you have to pay a billion dollars for a good player with global potential.

Erik Ten Hag recently met with him Anthony Ajaxfor NOK 980 million, the Transfermarkt.

In addition, the Dutchman equipped himself with Casemiro, Lisandro Martinez, Christian Eriksen, Terrell Malacia and Martin Dubravka.

Thomas Tuchel has brought in Wesley Fofana, Mark Cucurella, Raheem Sterling, Kaliudo Coulibaly and, most recently, Denis Zakaria and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for Chelsea.

Back to London: On deadline day, former Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was ready for Chelsea. Photo: Chelsea

The expert places the two teams mid-level between the winner and the loser.

It is too early to make a clear judgment on Chelsea and Manchester United. There is a quality, but whether they have strengthened themselves that much remains to be seen. Both are fickle, but I think it will work.

They did the best

It’s clear that Manchester City came out very well. They get rid of some who have done too much in recent years and brought in the best striker in the world, in addition to strengthening other positions.

Stamsø-Møller naturally refers to Erling Braut Haaland, who was brought in for NOK 600 million, according to Transfer Market.

– Haaland looks like nothing, it’s three times as much.

Striker Julian Alvarez scored a goal Two against Nottingham Forest, and profile Leeds Calvin Phillips are also new faces. Manuel Akanji, Sergio Gomez and Stefan Ortega also entered the doors.

In second place, the expert puts Newcastle, who, among other things, brought the Swedish Alexander Isaacs for about 700 million Norwegian kroner.

Goalkeeper Nick Pope and defenders Sven Putman and Matt Targett have also been permanently signed.

They make up a good transition period with the goalkeeper, central defender and striker. Nick Pope is a very smart signing and deserves to play in the first half. Isaac looked very good against Liverpool, but then we know he could be different.

I also think that Tottenham are doing well. There are no instant superhero teams with Ivan Bisuma, Ivan Perisic and Richarlison, but they deserve to be on the podium. You’ll see more of that later.

“Arsenal is also close, maybe they can share it,” says Stamsø Muller of the club, which has brought in, among other things, City duo Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko.

The biggest loser

Leicester came in with the worst result in the Stamsø Muller assessment. They only signed centre-back Wout Faes, and at the same time lost superb talent Wesley Fofana to Chelsea and Kasper Schmeichel to Nice.

They lose two big files and two mainstays in the team. There appears to be general dissatisfaction with the club and the players who want to leave.

In harsh weather: Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers came last in the standings after one point from five matches.  Photo: Craig Brough

In harsh weather: Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers came last in the standings after one point from five matches. Photo: Craig Brough

– Bournemouth also runs a low-risk variant where they don’t take much risk,

Defender Marcus Senese of Feyenoord and Middlesbrough midfielder Marcus Tavernier are the ones joining the newly promoted club. recently become Scott Parker fired After losing 0-9 against Liverpool.

With the strategy they choose, a manager like Sean Daiki will become someone who can get a lot from a little, the expert suggests.

– Amazing

Among the teams that Stamsø-Møller is struggling to rate is newcomer Nottingham Forest, who has been more active in the market. The club signed a total of 21 players.

– It is absolutely unbelievable and works like bingo. I thought they should have half a new stable, but they brought a new one. I don’t think there is anyone in the world who has a clear idea of ​​what it should look like.

The biggest name to come up in Manchester United is Jesse Lingard. The most expensive signature is Morgan Gibbs-White for just under 300 million NOK.

Fresh insight: Jesse Lingard is one of the players who will try to keep Nottingham Forest in the Premier League.  Photo: Craig Brough

Fresh insight: Jesse Lingard is one of the players who will try to keep Nottingham Forest in the Premier League. Photo: Craig Brough

Both established and exciting companies must change things. They looked good against Spurs, but you get dizzy with a lot, says Stamsø Muller.

He also believes that it will be difficult for Liverpool to replace Sadio Mane.

– It’s a shame because they’ll miss him. Luis Diaz is very good but Sadio Mane is not clear. They did not quite manage to fill the void, at the same time they have injured players on the back court.

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The TV 2 football expert adds that the club has a Portuguese player in the back, who will soon be back on the field after a hamstring injury.

Diogo Jota is more like Mane than Diaz, who is easy to forget. He will play a prominent role. Perhaps he is the one who eventually replaces goals. We’ll see, at least someone has to go up.

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