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If Dier wants to leave he will and Levy will do his very best to make as much dosh out of the deal as possible. (Nothing wrong there). If Dier wants to stay and more importantly Pochettino wants to keep him, then he'll be going nowhere. Simple. ..... If for whatever reason he did go then to think this would somehow be the ruination of our team/squad is so ridiculously OTT and melodramatic to say the least. This would be a completely unrealistic and far too extreme an outcome, I will quite confidently say. ..... If we have improved any after losing Bale and Modric not so long ago (and we have), then losing Dier really shouldn't hold us back now, should it?

Posted By: Dele-Arri

Date/Time: 17/07/2017 11:22:00


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