Real Madrid after Kristoffer Ajer

MearnsUnionist

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Your criticism of him, which I think is fair - I would level those things at Katic as well.

Not a huge difference in terms of age between them. How would you rate Katic against him as such?

Ajer is definitely quicker, but I think Katic is a better
penalty box defender.

Ajer is superior with the ball at his feet, but I think Katic is better in the air.

Both have their deficiencies and neither will be interesting Real Madrid.
 

DEH_Oslo

Member
Source of the story is defensacentral.com. They are practically linking Real to every player in Europe and been doing that for quite a while.
 

Watsimo

Active Member
He’s a bombscare - even the most deluded on their side will struggle to keep a straight face reading that.
 

Paulski54

Well-Known Member
What an absolute scandalous story to pander to the green and grey hordes. Ajer is a donkey. He’s made to look good by the absolute dross he has to face up to week in week out.
he’s that good that he’s had his arse handed to him repeatedly in Europe.

he’s tall. That’s about it. He’s terrible on the ball, is wild in the tackle and they manky scumbags love him because he shouts and bawls now and again when he actually does win a tackle.
He’s a fucking donkey right enough, absolutely nowhere near good enough for Real Madrid. Maybe for the ladies side, but not for the men’s side.
 

Covenanter1

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As already they were given the title it was never won
Davy Robertsons Real Kashmir are more his kevel, but why let the truth get in the way of Rhabid Propaganda
 

KirkwallTrueBlue

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*BREAKING NEWS* Real Madrid fans currently going batshit crazy on the streets of Madrid during lockdown in anticipation at their new signing target.
 

PMB1872

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For anyone needing a good laugh on Saturday Evening:


Real Madrid are assessing whether to make a surprise summer move for Kristoffer Ajer following his impressive showings in the Scottish Premiership this term.

The Celtic star has been an integral part of a defence which has just helped the club win its ninth top flight crown in succession.

But his impressive form is now attracting attention from outside of Scotland, with Madrid among the teams monitoring his situation according to Mundo Deportivo.


They face a tough battle for the 22-year-old's signature with Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Leicester City also showing interest.

Madrid are looking for a long term replacement for Sergio Ramos whose contract expires next summer as the 34-year-old approaches the end of his career.

Dayot Upamecano of RB Leipzig remains a priority target but Ajer could provide a more tempting prospect at a significantly smaller transfer fee.

Ajer has also attracted interest from Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Leicester City
Ajer still has another two years to run on his current deal at Parkhead and Scottish side will be under limited pressure to sell the defender.

Standing at nearly two metres tall he possesses an aerial threat but is also comfortable with the ball between his feet.

The Norway international has been a big success at Celtic having arrived from Norwegian side Start for around just £500,000 in 2016.
Leicester maybe. The rest, no chance.
 

strider

Well-Known Member
You are actually given credence to the article and I would like to know why and football manager is not a reason
It was poorly worded by me. I'm saying I wouldn't be surprised if top clubs have had a look with their scouts.

I'd also imagine there's been similar looks at the likes of Morelos. More about the way those scouting networks operate rather than whether or not a club is set to make a bid.

I didn't get that across correctly.
 

Russell

Well-Known Member
For anyone needing a good laugh on Saturday Evening:


Real Madrid are assessing whether to make a surprise summer move for Kristoffer Ajer following his impressive showings in the Scottish Premiership this term.

The Celtic star has been an integral part of a defence which has just helped the club win its ninth top flight crown in succession.

But his impressive form is now attracting attention from outside of Scotland, with Madrid among the teams monitoring his situation according to Mundo Deportivo.


They face a tough battle for the 22-year-old's signature with Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Leicester City also showing interest.

Madrid are looking for a long term replacement for Sergio Ramos whose contract expires next summer as the 34-year-old approaches the end of his career.

Dayot Upamecano of RB Leipzig remains a priority target but Ajer could provide a more tempting prospect at a significantly smaller transfer fee.

Ajer has also attracted interest from Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Leicester City
Ajer still has another two years to run on his current deal at Parkhead and Scottish side will be under limited pressure to sell the defender.

Standing at nearly two metres tall he possesses an aerial threat but is also comfortable with the ball between his feet.

The Norway international has been a big success at Celtic having arrived from Norwegian side Start for around just £500,000 in 2016.
That’s so funny.
 

Gonzo86

Active Member
They do this well, get their cronies in the press to write this bill shit to drive up the price. Bottom half premiership team awaits him
 

Coallie

Active Member
The media been told by liewell to start the player sale , start at 10m & throw any name in there that's interested but must come from 1 of the 5 big league's, the same old story from the filth every window .
 

Craig McColl

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For anyone needing a good laugh on Saturday Evening:


Real Madrid are assessing whether to make a surprise summer move for Kristoffer Ajer following his impressive showings in the Scottish Premiership this term.

The Celtic star has been an integral part of a defence which has just helped the club win its ninth top flight crown in succession.

But his impressive form is now attracting attention from outside of Scotland, with Madrid among the teams monitoring his situation according to Mundo Deportivo.


They face a tough battle for the 22-year-old's signature with Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Leicester City also showing interest.

Madrid are looking for a long term replacement for Sergio Ramos whose contract expires next summer as the 34-year-old approaches the end of his career.

Dayot Upamecano of RB Leipzig remains a priority target but Ajer could provide a more tempting prospect at a significantly smaller transfer fee.

Ajer has also attracted interest from Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Leicester City
Ajer still has another two years to run on his current deal at Parkhead and Scottish side will be under limited pressure to sell the defender.

Standing at nearly two metres tall he possesses an aerial threat but is also comfortable with the ball between his feet.

The Norway international has been a big success at Celtic having arrived from Norwegian side Start for around just £500,000 in 2016.
:D :D :D :D
 

prenzlauerbear

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It was poorly worded by me. I'm saying I wouldn't be surprised if top clubs have had a look with their scouts.

I'd also imagine there's been similar looks at the likes of Morelos. More about the way those scouting networks operate rather than whether or not a club is set to make a bid.

I didn't get that across correctly.
Correct. He is part of a very highly rated Norway team that contains the likes of Haaland and Odegaard, so I wouldn't be surprised if they have scouts who are aware of him. I think people would be surprised at how in-depth the big clubs' recruitment strategies are.

Of course, there's as much a chance as Khalid Aucho signing for Real Madrid in reality.
 

Hurleyreyes

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After we beat them at the piggery the rags, their forums, the phone ins were were all full of, he is a donkey, not good enough and they need to upgrade.

Now its Real Madrid, PSG and Man City who he is good enough for.
Hilarious. :)
 
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