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    Unbelievable how deluded some people are. 'Can't see him leaving for Leicester' ... what ?
    Game of opinions. Dunk's ambitions, I imagine, extend some way beyond Leicester.

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      Lewis is our Tony Adams. I could see him staying with us for the rest of his career..
      Hmmmm, I can't see him being here more than another season, if that.
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      History fair play, but I'd argue nowadays Leicester are a far more enticing prospect. Won the league recently, even more money than West Ham, real chance of challenging for a Europa spot etc.

      Also, whilst West Ham's stadium is undoubtedly big, it's also shit.
      Can't disagree with the stadium being crap. But I should imagine for a player outside the top six, West Ham would be a very enticing place to go, something I wouldn't be so sure about Leicester, despite their recent freak, but glorious, Premier League win.
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      Game of opinions. Dunk's ambitions, I imagine, extend some way beyond Leicester.
      Maybe but realistically can't see him going to the established 'big' clubs and he is 28 in November so hardly an up and coming player. Watford / Leicester / Everton / West Ham is probably about right
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      If Pep's as good as people think he is at maximising players potential surely cutting out the middle man would not seem too far fetched.

      Did nobody see Guardiola getting Dunk in a headlock after the title clinching game? 'You're a gorgeous guy Dunky. Sign for us and I'll make you one of the best! Plus this incoming bloke Potter hasn't got a scooby compared to me!'.
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      This. A move to Leicester would just be too incremental. Of course a ridiculous wage offer might turn him but Leicester not the sort to do that
      I would estimate McGuire to be on about double what we pay Dunk at the moment. I think we'd all have our head turned by the chance to double our wage.
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      I now fully expect this to be on some shitty gossip website by tomorrow.
      I know this forum is supposed to be for debate but surely the starting point should be based on something at least close to factual? Was there really any point in this made up fantasy thread?
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      The question is: which statement is most ridiculous?

      That a big six club would be interested in Dunk
      or Leicester (PL winners three years ago) would be a sideways step?

      It's a tough one
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      ££££££££££££.................. ....
      Well, yes, but surely they'd also want game time, rather than warming the bench?
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      The question is: which statement is most ridiculous?

      That a big six club would be interested in Dunk
      or Leicester (PL winners three years ago) would be a sideways step?

      It's a tough one
      Starting negotiations at £50-60m me thinks.

      It would be greeted with- "well f***k off then".

      Hard to say, but I can't see a club going above £30m and I can't see a lower half of the league team wanting to part with that (and Albion probably wouldn't agree). I don't think a top 6 side would sign him as a first choice.

      Mind you, United did sign Bailly for £34m...
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