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Being linked now to RB Leipzig captain and CM Dominik Kaiser, 29 years old, who has fallen out of favor with them.

I wouldn't be surprised if Kaiser is brought in as a moneyball signing and this Gamarra deal falls through.

It makes perfect sense. Kaiser in, Lawrence out and that is the end of our business in this window. Back to moneyball.

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RB Leipzig captain and CM Dominik Kaiser, 29 years old, ... has fallen out of favor with them.


https://en.m.wikiped.../Dominik_Kaiser
Scored RBLs first Bundesliga goal, missed a PK in a Cup shootout. Out of contract this year.

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The guy is pretty good but the only thing I've read regarding him is a report that he was interested in coming here. Nothing showing any interest from us.

 

He's 29 so he may have a bit of time left in his legs but either way, it's a short term deal.  Not impossible because we have shown a willingness to keep some guys like BWP that have surpassed the 30 number.  Just comes down to a case by case basis.

 

 

If we are going to sign Kaku though, I can't see us going for another offenisve type of midfielder.  Players like Etienne may as well ask for a trade because they're never going to get to play at that point.



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https://rblive.de/20...-nach-new-york/

 

Dominik Kaiser with a future in New York?

In addition to Federico Palacios, Dominik Kaiser could also leave RB Leipzig in the winter. According to LVZ (print), the former RB captain had looked around the New York Red Bulls and could imagine a move to the US. Also in the Bundesliga there are, for example, with the HSV and the 1.FC Cologne interested parties.

Dominik Kaiser had last in an interview with the Central German newspaper a change in the winter considered unlikely. The transfer window in the US, however, opens only in February and closes in late April, as the Major League Soccer does not begin their season until March.

 

 

It's more speculative than anything.

 

 

If we sign Kaku then the only thing we need is a left back.  Go to war with that and hope things come together.  If Kaku turns into a top player, BWP doesnt fall off, and we have some luck with health then we have a decent shot at things.



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https://rblive.de/20...-nach-new-york/
in the Bundesliga there are ... HSV and the 1.FC Cologne interested parties


These teams currently foot the Bundesliga table, with Köln almost certain to be relegated. Hamburg has a better chance of survival, but would Kaiser start & fit into their formation for the second half of the season?

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Being linked now to RB Leipzig captain and CM Dominik Kaiser, 29 years old, who has fallen out of favor with them.

I wouldn't be surprised if Kaiser is brought in as a moneyball signing and this Gamarra deal falls through.

It makes perfect sense. Kaiser in, Lawrence out and that is the end of our business in this window. Back to moneyball.

Where do you people come up with this shit? How would Kaiser be a moneyball signing? He's a 29-year-old who played for one of the best teams in Germany last season. He could easily sign for another team in the Bundesliga. Right now he makes about $900K annually, so even if he took a massive paycut he'd still cost a decent penny. This would be a damn good signing. 



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Where do you people come up with this shit? How would Kaiser be a moneyball signing? He's a 29-year-old who played for one of the best teams in Germany last season. He could easily sign for another team in the Bundesliga. Right now he makes about $900K annually, so even if he took a massive paycut he'd still cost a decent penny. This would be a damn good signing. 

 

Wouldn't even need to be a DP, TAM would cover all of that. 



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Where do you people come up with this shit? How would Kaiser be a moneyball signing? He's a 29-year-old who played for one of the best teams in Germany last season. He could easily sign for another team in the Bundesliga. Right now he makes about $900K annually, so even if he took a massive paycut he'd still cost a decent penny. This would be a damn good signing. 

Kind of Royer level signing - played on a better team, in a better league, but is a little older.

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If there's a chance to get the captain (and all time appearance leader) of the 5th place (2nd place last year) team in the Bundesliga, and he's only 29, there should be no hesitation. 



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What style of player is this guy?



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Sounds like a perfect TAM acquisition. under $1m, a little older.


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Where are we going to get the international slots? Aren't we up against it?

 

I feel like this is an insurance policy for Gamarra.



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The guy is pretty good but the only thing I've read regarding him is a report that he was interested in coming here. Nothing showing any interest from us.

 

He's 29 so he may have a bit of time left in his legs but either way, it's a short term deal.  Not impossible because we have shown a willingness to keep some guys like BWP that have surpassed the 30 number.  Just comes down to a case by case basis.

 

 

If we are going to sign Kaku though, I can't see us going for another offenisve type of midfielder.  Players like Etienne may as well ask for a trade because they're never going to get to play at that point.

So we don't want better players than Etienne on the team  so that he can get more playing time? How about Etienne raises his game and makes signing a Kaiser unnecessary?   :blink:






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