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Gerard Delefou for me , i think he'll go on improving and add to his 11 assists this year from midfield for us also scored a hat-trick last night for Spain U21 too.
 

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Enjoy him while he's there. He'll probably be at Manchester City next season :lol:
 

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They're just looking after him for Barca. Whenever they want him back they just have to click their fingers and they'll take him. Silly arrangement.
 

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Chris Smalling almost certainly. Has been a decent centre back for a while now, but putting in the kind of repeat performances Johnny Evans never could, long may it continue.

Luke Shaw looked much more assured before injury, hopefully he can come back and show similar form.

Jesse Lingard could be a good utility player if he continues to pop up with goals and assits.
 

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They're just looking after him for Barca. Whenever they want him back they just have to click their fingers and they'll take him. Silly arrangement.

Why in the world is it silly? We get a potential world class young player for buttons, who in all likelihood Barcelona know wouldnt get in their first team for at least another few years, but while they're waiting for him, he gets better playing first team football, we get better for having him, its all round win win deal.

Id add Kone to ours. Always liked him as a player, but the injuries he's suffered since he got here looked like they'd finished him off, as he looked absolutely hopeless in his rare appearances since last Christmas. Single handedly changed the game when he came on against Watford on the opening day and hasnt looked back.
 

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Well for us it's without a doubt Michael "THE ROCK" Smalling.

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Why in the world is it silly? We get a potential world class young player for buttons, who in all likelihood Barcelona know wouldnt get in their first team for at least another few years, but while they're waiting for him, he gets better playing first team football, we get better for having him, its all round win win deal.

Id add Kone to ours. Always liked him as a player, but the injuries he's suffered since he got here looked like they'd finished him off, as he looked absolutely hopeless in his rare appearances since last Christmas. Single handedly changed the game when he came on against Watford on the opening day and hasnt looked back.
Take no notice armchair has proven himself to be clueless many times and Abertawe is just a complete numpty who supposedly supports Swansea, well at least when their winning.
 

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Charlie Daniels at left back was obviously pretty decent for us last season in getting up here, but you'd have said he was one of the weaker in our side. Come up here and he's been probably our best player strangely.
 

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So you invest millions on fees & wages only to lose him for buttons in 2 years time, yeah great business lads.
 

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Its a more permanent loan deal. Without the Barca deal we never could have afforded him anyway, and there's still every chance Barcelona wont want him back. Not necessarily because he will never be good enough for them, but because they are still a huge rich and successful club so can have anybody they want.

As pointed out, he's already our most creative player this season and has numerous assists. I supposed we could have saved our money and been near the bottom of the League now...
 

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Its a more permanent loan deal. Without the Barca deal we never could have afforded him anyway, and there's still every chance Barcelona wont want him back. Not necessarily because he will never be good enough for them, but because they are still a huge rich and successful club so can have anybody they want.

As pointed out, he's already our most creative player this season and has numerous assists. I supposed we could have saved our money and been near the bottom of the League now...

like Swansea
 

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Gerard Delefou for me , i think he'll go on improving and add to his 11 assists this year from midfield for us also scored a hat-trick last night for Spain U21 too.
Can't even get his name right. Poor man's Jordan Ibe nonetheless.
 

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Its a more permanent loan deal. Without the Barca deal we never could have afforded him anyway, and there's still every chance Barcelona wont want him back. Not necessarily because he will never be good enough for them, but because they are still a huge rich and successful club so can have anybody they want.

As pointed out, he's already our most creative player this season and has numerous assists. I supposed we could have saved our money and been near the bottom of the League now...

I also think it's a good motivation for him. He knows he could fight his way into the best team in the world, and that is what he will try to do with Everton. Good for everyone, IMHO.


For us, it's gotta be a tie between Ozil and Bellerin. Maybe Ozil because he's absolutely running every game now, but Bellerin is probably one of the best in the league at this point and we really miss him when he's not playing, especially when Mertesaker is on the pitch.
 

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Coutinho for Liverpool, I feel. He's getting a little more consistent and that can only be a good thing.
 

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Kyle Walker, Eric Dier and Erik Lamela are all good candidates for it at Spurs.
Lamela has always been skillful and hard working, seems to have learned more about the english game and now make better decisions. Pochettino has shown great faith in him and stuck by him when others have given up.
Walker comes off two injury plagued seasons that had its negative effect on his performance, now fully fit again and raising his game from the the competition of Kieran Trippier. Not the enthusiastic attacking full back he broke through as, but now far more solid on the defensive.
Dier, signed as a central defender, played his first season doing okey on the right back, this season given a role as a holding midfielder. Many thought he was just a filler until we bought someone new or Bentaleb got fit again, but Dier has claimed the position as his own. Up there with Alderweireld as Spurs best player so far this season and now a full England international. Main reason why Spurs have gone from having one of the worst to one of the best defenses in the Premier League. Our central defense finally have some protection in front of them.
 

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Moreno isn't a bad shout for us. Much better under Klopp.
 

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Emre Can from a liverpool perspective, Lovren a close second so far. *Note this is from a liverpool perspective, not who is the most improved in the BPL this season so far. I'd probably go with Deulofeu as well, as the original post picks, he can't stop assisting, and chipping in with goals. I love Spanish players in the premier league, I wish Liverpool would sign more.
 

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