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    it has heated up a bit more. Who are the biggest winners and losers so far?

    For me Manchester United have made the best move in the premier league. Spurs have really done nothing and perhaps are a bit naive or just don't have money. Not sure about Liverpool and arsenal either.

    Neymar's status seems to be the story now as Barca would surely be looking to pry someone to get over his departure.
     
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    Interesting move for Neymar I can't say that I blame him for taking the Money. I wonder if there are other big moves left? Alexis Sanchez? That would be a huge blow to Arsenal.

    In a very low key move chicharito is at west Ham. A move to MLS or Mexico is looming for him.

    For little ole America The Pulisic to Liverpool media hype is alive again lol.
     
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    Pulisic should stay right where he is. Big club, major league, and getting lots of playing time.

    And man, wouldn't it be nice for Newcastle to actually pull off a big transfer? Haha, like that'll ever happen.
     
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    As much as I would love to see him at Liverpool, he should say at BVB. He will definitely get more opportunities there. Besides if Pulisic comes, it probably means that Coutinho leaves and that would break my heart.
     
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    That would be something. Hell they should be able to afford Someone.
     
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    I agree he should stay at Dortmund. I think they would love to add him for the future and for insurance but I don't think the top 5 epl teams would give him much of a go at the moment due to the pressure and competition. But if he keeps it up he will be a hot target Sooner rather than later.
     
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    He would get a shot at Liverpool, he isn't an automatic starter though. That's the problem.
     
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    Exactly. Surprisingly early on he has proven to be one of Dortmunds most important attacking players. He would not be where he is if not for injuries to other big money players. But to his credit he has taken advantage of his chances.
     
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