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Discussion in 'Japanese Abroad' started by goru_no_ura, Jul 28, 2011.
Nürnberg wants him.
They watched too much football from Osaka after last WC
I got the feeling that they didn't look too closely of what they have in their purse...
PS: Anyone else having trouble with accessing BS?
Edit: nm, it works now.
Online article of the above picture. According to Sports Hochi he would cost 3 mio. (which is an amount Nürnberg normally doesn't spend for a single player unless they manage to sell another for 5).
Inui is a lot like Kagawa, someone will recognize his talent and give him a change in Bundasliga Division 1. I thought he would be the savior of Bochum and get them promoted. But as someone alluded to, when Inui scores their defense always scores own goals haha. They don't score enough and their defense is one of the leagues worst. Inui can do better than Bochum.
Cologne could use him they have a weak midfield(spot for him) and a guy in Podolski who he could distribute to and link up with. As long as he starts thats where he's got to go.
Augsburg wants him too. Bochum is said to have declined a 2 mio offer. Bergmann quoted he sees the chance Inui will be in his squad next season at 50%.
Inui with an assist in the team's first win since ages, avoiding relegation.
Guess he will leave anyway.
Better to keep the league at least before leaving.
With Marin's surprising transfer to Chelsea, a spot has opened. That would make sense for both parts.
I agree, nice idea, but afaik this has been based on an idea of a blogger, or not?
Are you serious? Werder is looking for Inui???
Werder is restructuring its squad, with seven players already leaving for certain. Werder's Allofs SD was seen in Bochum watching their match last weekend, probably watching their GK. But the local paper is talking up possibilities of a Werder-move of other Bochum players, Inui in particular.
Inui for Marco Marin role?
High plausibility for Inui to Nurnburg
I hope it won't be too crowded by the time he signs, don't wanna go a japanese on the field at the expense of the other.
Would Kiyotake play right wing if he's paired with Inui? Or could Inui play somewhere else also??
Inui is an advanced central midfielder nope?
In my personal opinion, he was best at Bochum in a box-to-box midfield role, a bit like Gündogan recently at BVB, despite Inui is not seeing himself like that. When he was playing like that, which was before they had injury problems upfront (and Tese had left), he had the most ball touches, initiated attacks and finished them too, in short: He orchestrated their attacks. Something which didn't happen when he had a more attacking role of a shadow striker or as a No. 10.
7 German clubs are interested in Inui
Augsburg, Nurnburg, Mainz, and Stuttgart are the only ones mentioned.
can you make up an Italian or a French club for me ? plz SB2002.
Well, there was an article about Parma sending scouts. Let's see what happens anyway
According to Kicker Eintracht Frankfurt wants him. A loan with a buy-out clause is most probably.
Hope this happens, but not sure if Bochum simply agrees...