wantaway

wantaway

(ˈwɒntəˌweɪ)
n
(Soccer)
a. a footballer who wants a transfer to another club
b. (as modifier): a wantaway player.
vb
(Soccer) (intr, adverb) (of a footballer) to want a transfer to another club
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The league, though, made slight tweaks to the reported deal between the KaTropa and the Elasto Painters which centered on the wantaway guard.
TOTTENHAM will have to pay PS20million if they want Ryan Sessegnon as the replacement for wantaway Danny Rose.
WANTAWAY striker Daniel Sturridge has been told: "You're going nowhere".
SOUTHAMPTON and Swansea's bosses have hit out at their wantaway stars short-changing supporters by missing Saturday's Premier League season opener at St Mary's.
RAFA Benitez is prepared to keep wantaway Newcastle United stars at St James' Park if it is in the best interests of the club - even if it takes them one or two months to come to terms with playing in the Championship.
Manchester City are closely monitoring Stones' | Wantaway John Stones situation at Goodison, with the player having already told boss Ronald Koeman he wants to move on this summer.
Bony is set to leave MANCHESTER CITY when Pep Guardiola arrives and Toffees boss Roberto Martinez sees him as an ideal replacement for his wantaway star.
But the wantaway forward has now deleted both posts in a hint that he is finally starting to calm down and realise the error of his ways.
Le Parisien says PSG see Kroos as a replacement for wantaway midfielder Thiago Motta.
NORWICH manager Chris Hughton has insisted Wes Hoolahan is committed to the Canaries' cause after the wantaway winger was denied a January move.
LIVERPOOL manager Brendan Rodgers remains determined to keep wantaway striker Luis Suarez.