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Mings 17:15 - Jan 12 with 1488 viewsHerbivore

Where do we think he'll end up next season when Villa are back in the Championship? Maybe someone like Leicester? Would a Chelsea or a Man U take a punt perhaps? I imagine we could get a few quid out of a move if Bournemouth have a sell on.

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Mings on 17:16 - Jan 12 with 1349 viewsSuperfrans

He’d be a good buy to play alongside Maguire at Man Utd.

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Mings on 17:18 - Jan 12 with 1334 viewsHerbivore

Mings on 17:16 - Jan 12 by Superfrans

He’d be a good buy to play alongside Maguire at Man Utd.


Isn't Maguire also naturally left sided though? Agree they could compliment each other well potentially.

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Mings on 17:19 - Jan 12 with 1316 viewsSomethingBlue

He pretty much fits what Arsenal need at the moment. But might be too expensive for them.

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Mings on 17:20 - Jan 12 with 1306 viewsJ2BLUE

As much as i've love him to reach the absolute peak, I doubt a top 6 club would be in for him. Perhaps somewhere like Newcastle, West Ham or Southampton. Maybe even Norwich if they somehow stay up.

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Mings on 17:22 - Jan 12 with 1292 viewsHerbivore

Mings on 17:20 - Jan 12 by J2BLUE

As much as i've love him to reach the absolute peak, I doubt a top 6 club would be in for him. Perhaps somewhere like Newcastle, West Ham or Southampton. Maybe even Norwich if they somehow stay up.


Really? Can't see him going to any of those to be honest. His stock has risen even as Villa have struggled, I could definitely see a top 8 type side going in for him. Possibly Everton could be in the mix, they've got money to spend.

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Mings on 17:22 - Jan 12 with 1289 viewsMullet

Everton

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Mings on 17:23 - Jan 12 with 1282 viewsHerbivore

Mings on 17:22 - Jan 12 by Mullet

Everton


Jinx.

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Mings on 17:25 - Jan 12 with 1263 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Mings on 17:20 - Jan 12 by J2BLUE

As much as i've love him to reach the absolute peak, I doubt a top 6 club would be in for him. Perhaps somewhere like Newcastle, West Ham or Southampton. Maybe even Norwich if they somehow stay up.


Norwich are not staying up.

Sheffield United would be a possibility. EDIT after re-reading this: (I mean for Mings to go to!)

Villa are most definitely not down. They are getting thrashed today just like Suothampton did by Leicester but neither is definitely down. I would go so far as to say Norwich are the only ones resigned to it after they chose not to try to stay up in the summer.
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Mings on 17:25 - Jan 12 with 1261 viewsstrikalite

Mings on 17:20 - Jan 12 by J2BLUE

As much as i've love him to reach the absolute peak, I doubt a top 6 club would be in for him. Perhaps somewhere like Newcastle, West Ham or Southampton. Maybe even Norwich if they somehow stay up.


Agree, or one of the Clubs coming up..

Villa may survive, just, it'll go close though..
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Mings on 17:26 - Jan 12 with 1249 viewsJ2BLUE

Mings on 17:22 - Jan 12 by Herbivore

Really? Can't see him going to any of those to be honest. His stock has risen even as Villa have struggled, I could definitely see a top 8 type side going in for him. Possibly Everton could be in the mix, they've got money to spend.


I just don't see where he fits in at a top 6 club. He's good but is he at that level?

Everton is a decent shout. I think he'll have a good career at mid table Prem clubs. I'd like to be wrong and see him go to a big club and win the title.

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Mings on 17:27 - Jan 12 with 1244 viewsPendejo

Join the exodus to Germany?

Would imagine either Arsenal or Spurs would need him.

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Mings on 17:30 - Jan 12 with 1219 viewsHerbivore

Mings on 17:26 - Jan 12 by J2BLUE

I just don't see where he fits in at a top 6 club. He's good but is he at that level?

Everton is a decent shout. I think he'll have a good career at mid table Prem clubs. I'd like to be wrong and see him go to a big club and win the title.


He's an English, left sided, ball playing centre back
This season he's impeessed enough to get capped by England. He's young enough to improve still. In some ways his game is provably more suited to a side that isn't constantly on the back foot as well. I'd not be surprised to see a top 8 side go in for him.

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Mings on 17:32 - Jan 12 with 1207 viewsJ2BLUE

Mings on 17:30 - Jan 12 by Herbivore

He's an English, left sided, ball playing centre back
This season he's impeessed enough to get capped by England. He's young enough to improve still. In some ways his game is provably more suited to a side that isn't constantly on the back foot as well. I'd not be surprised to see a top 8 side go in for him.


I hope so.

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Mings on 17:33 - Jan 12 with 1207 viewsMrTown

Don’t think he is a top 6 defender. Wouldn’t get in the Leicester side.

Maybe Everton, Brighton somewhere like that.

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Mings on 17:35 - Jan 12 with 1188 viewsfloridaboy

Mings on 17:25 - Jan 12 by Nthsuffolkblue

Norwich are not staying up.

Sheffield United would be a possibility. EDIT after re-reading this: (I mean for Mings to go to!)

Villa are most definitely not down. They are getting thrashed today just like Suothampton did by Leicester but neither is definitely down. I would go so far as to say Norwich are the only ones resigned to it after they chose not to try to stay up in the summer.
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Norwich, Bournemouth plus one from the likes of Burnley, West Ham, Villa. Newcastle as an outsider
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Mings on 17:38 - Jan 12 with 1159 viewsJ2BLUE

Mings on 17:35 - Jan 12 by floridaboy

Norwich, Bournemouth plus one from the likes of Burnley, West Ham, Villa. Newcastle as an outsider


Man City an outside bet. They like an English player and have had defensive problems. Mings would be a decent option for games against the bottom 10-12 sides in the Prem while saving their bigger guns for the bigger games. They tried to get Evans there so a player of Mings' standard might be seen as a useful option.

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Mings on 17:44 - Jan 12 with 1128 viewsFtnfwest

The way he’s playing today he could get a game for us
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Mings on 17:47 - Jan 12 with 1120 viewsHerbivore

Mings on 17:33 - Jan 12 by MrTown

Don’t think he is a top 6 defender. Wouldn’t get in the Leicester side.

Maybe Everton, Brighton somewhere like that.


You don't think Leicester might look to phase out Johnny Evans? He's no spring chicken and Rogers would likely want to bring in a ball playing CB to replace him.

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Mings on 17:48 - Jan 12 with 1109 viewsGarv

Mings on 17:18 - Jan 12 by Herbivore

Isn't Maguire also naturally left sided though? Agree they could compliment each other well potentially.


Maguire right footed but more than comfortable on his left. Similar to Terry in that sense, he was always coming out with the ball on his left.

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Mings on 22:32 - Jan 12 with 862 viewsArnieM

Mings on 17:16 - Jan 12 by Superfrans

He’d be a good buy to play alongside Maguire at Man Utd.


Good shout, that’s exactly what I thought 👍

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Mings on 23:14 - Jan 12 with 760 viewsMrTown

Mings on 17:47 - Jan 12 by Herbivore

You don't think Leicester might look to phase out Johnny Evans? He's no spring chicken and Rogers would likely want to bring in a ball playing CB to replace him.


I think you’re probably right, they probably will I’d imagine, I don’t know whether I’d take Mings personally, but I could see it happening.

I just personally don’t think he is as good as most people say, I think he’s good, but not as good as people say.

If I was Leicester looking to phase out Evans, Tarkowski would top my list.
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Mings on 23:15 - Jan 12 with 756 viewsMrTown

Mings on 22:32 - Jan 12 by ArnieM

Good shout, that’s exactly what I thought 👍


If I was Utd looking for a centre half I’d take Soyuncu. I know it’s raiding Leicester again but I think he is very good.

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Mings on 08:28 - Jan 13 with 463 viewsitfcjoe

It would likely be a top 6 club, there aren't many players available who can play for them who are Homegrown so he'd probably get a big move.

But wouldn't surprise me if they keep him even if they go down, Grealish will go for £50m plus so there will be no financial pressure to sell and they'll try and get one more year out of him to get back up as not sure the big 6 will pay what is required as don't think he'd be a regular starter at any of them bar Arsenal

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Mings on 08:33 - Jan 13 with 450 viewsNo9

Mings on 17:26 - Jan 12 by J2BLUE

I just don't see where he fits in at a top 6 club. He's good but is he at that level?

Everton is a decent shout. I think he'll have a good career at mid table Prem clubs. I'd like to be wrong and see him go to a big club and win the title.


What Tyrone Mings has shown is that as he is included in better teams his game rises to that level.
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Mings on 08:36 - Jan 13 with 442 viewsBluefish

Mings on 08:28 - Jan 13 by itfcjoe

It would likely be a top 6 club, there aren't many players available who can play for them who are Homegrown so he'd probably get a big move.

But wouldn't surprise me if they keep him even if they go down, Grealish will go for £50m plus so there will be no financial pressure to sell and they'll try and get one more year out of him to get back up as not sure the big 6 will pay what is required as don't think he'd be a regular starter at any of them bar Arsenal


When do arsenal cease to be regarded as big 6?

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