the goal machine

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  1. RANGERS manager Pedro Caixinha wants Hearts winger Jamie Walker. Walker’s performances caught the eye of the Portuguese, who is keen to take him to Ibrox this summer. And Caixinha is ready to make it a double deal for Scotland international Callum Paterson. It would take an offer well in excess of £1million to land the pair. Walker, 23, has been one of Hearts’ star performers and is going into the final year of his Tynecastle contract. The Jambos will have to decide whether to take the cash now or risk losing him for nothing next summer. Paterson is currently recovering from cruciate surgery and is out of contract, although Hearts would still be entitled to compensation. Cardiff City and Ipswich are also keen on the 22-year-old right-back. Aberdeen midfielder Ryan Jack is likely to sign for the Light Blues when his contract expires after this weekend’s Scottish Cup Final. Motherwell pair Ben Heneghan and Louis Moult are also among their targets, along with Partick centre-half Liam Lindsay, Dons midfielder Kenny McLean and Cagliari defender Bruno Alves. Caixinha is willing to listen to offers for several first-team players including Martyn Waghorn, Josh Windass, Rob Kieran and Harry Forrester, while Ipswich are keen on Joe Garner. http://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/808968/Rangers-transfer-news-Hearts-Jamie-Walker-Pedro-Caixinha-exclusive-latest-gossip
  2. Plus Kiernan and Forrester for free apparently.
  3. The article said it was 500k plus O'Halloran on loan.
  4. Bit steep but I'd still take him. Good, proven goalscorer in this league and we could definitely do with that.
  5. It's almost as if being a footballer is their actual job.
  6. He's been so impressive. Definitely a future world number one and slam winner.
  7. Two weeks I think. Played Madrid between them and got to the quarters.
  8. Good start by Zverev.
  9. Thiem was unreal there, beat Nadal 6-4 6-3. Nadal's first loss on clay this year.
  10. A defender that actually knows how to defend. This is weird.
  11. To be expected when they have fuck all midfield in front of them.
  12. Shite match thread. Preferred GEC's minimalist effort.
  13. Only the young lads deserve credit there. Would play a full youth team on Sunday with Fod.
  14. Away to go for a bath with my toaster.