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I see Ryan Fraser has rejected a short term deal at Bournemouth. He has been playing at a fairly high level for a good few years now, still only 26 and in his 'prime' years.

 

Do you think we would be interested in him and would he upgrade our current squad?

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6 minutes ago, Rino said:

I see Ryan Fraser has rejected a short term deal at Bournemouth. He has been playing at a fairly high level for a good few years now, still only 26 and in his 'prime' years.

 

Do you think we would be interested in him and would he upgrade our current squad?

Absolutely no way we would be able to afford him even on a free, he has been touted at clubs like Liverpool, Man U and Arsenal. Most likely scenario I could see is Arsenal cutting their losses with crispy hips and making Frasier a LWB

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Crispy hips ??

 

I didn't realise the big clubs were interested in him and, finance aside, I would have thought we that our lure, Gerrard et al, would be bigger than that of the mid-PL clubs.

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56 minutes ago, Dave M609 said:

Absolutely no way we would be able to afford him even on a free, he has been touted at clubs like Liverpool, Man U and Arsenal. Most likely scenario I could see is Arsenal cutting their losses with crispy hips and making Frasier a LWB

Might depend in some scenarios. For example transfermarkt values Fraser at around £15 million while according to this link he's on around 27K per week at Bournemouth. AFC Bournemouth 2019-20 Payroll

So let's say Rangers were to sign him on a 4 year contract and almost triple his wages to 75K per week. With a view to selling him after 2 years with Euro experience thrown in for £15 million.

The two years wages would cost around £8 million but if everything came to pass in the way I envisaged it's a profit of £7 million.

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7 hours ago, JFK-1 said:

Might depend in some scenarios. For example transfermarkt values Fraser at around £15 million while according to this link he's on around 27K per week at Bournemouth. AFC Bournemouth 2019-20 Payroll

So let's say Rangers were to sign him on a 4 year contract and almost triple his wages to 75K per week. With a view to selling him after 2 years with Euro experience thrown in for £15 million.

The two years wages would cost around £8 million but if everything came to pass in the way I envisaged it's a profit of £7 million.

And why is he turning down arsenal for us?

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Ryan Fraser ... played left winger for Bournemouth. Currently playing this position at the club are ... Kent, Murphy, Jones, Barker, and Middleton, even Hastie can play there. Fraser has hardly been prolific in that role and if someone'S seen him and can tell a bit more on him, why would he be special?

 

Some murmurs that we are in talks with Bayern's 2nd/3rd choice goalie Sven Ulreich, who is looking for a new club. 31-years old, 1.91 m tall.

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8 hours ago, the gunslinger said:

And why is he turning down arsenal for us?

I don't know if he or anybody else for that matter would. I was simply speculating a financial scenario for such a player. One that could be beneficial to both parties. Personally I don't know a thing about Ryan Fraser. Whether I would even want him in the team.

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