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Nathan Redmond | Midfielder | #22

Team: Southampton
Age / DOB:  (24) / 3/6/1994
Ht / Wt:  5'8" / 152

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Southampton squandered a chance to separate themselves in the relegation race in a 1-1 draw with Everton.
Southampton fans will be fuming at the loss of two points as Tom Davies scored the equalizer for Everton in the 96th minute, two minutes after the allotted stoppage time to negate a hard-fought victory through 90 minutes. The win would have seen Saints jump two points clear of Swansea City and out of the relegation zone completely, although they are currently out, tied with the Swans on 33 points with the goal differential advantage. Nathan Redmond was first to score when he headed in a cross from Dusan Tadic in the 56th, but things only got worse late in the match after Maya Yoshida was sent off for his second yellow card offense in the 86th minute. Next up, the showdown with Swansea on Tuesday. May 5 - 3:04 PM
Source: NBC Sports

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It seems that Southampton's attempts to sign Spartak Moscow winger Quincy Promes are doomed to fail as the Russian Premier League side are struggling to find a replacement.

Southampton have been pursuing the Dutchman's signature all January and had expected to part with about £20 million to secure his services initially. However, local Southampton outlet the Daily Echo are reporting that the Saints could still complete the deal if they meet the player's buyout clause and pay a further 15% of that to the player himself, which would see their total fee rise to about €35 million - over the odds for the player's market valuation. Regardless of the transfer, Mauricio Pellegrino's focus is on securing three points in the relegation battle tonight with Brighton: "I am not worried about that because there are people in the club working and negotiating and talking... I am not part of the negotiation."
Source: Sky Sports
Jan 31 - 6:42 AM

Southampton's struggle to find the net at home continued Saturday afternoon as a rather punchless effort resulted in a 0-1 loss to Burnley.

What could qualify as the least entertaining match of the season to date, Southampton were the weaker of two weak attacks. Nathan Redmond was reinstated into the Starting XI after having been dropped the previous two weekends, but his personal drought continues as he still searches for his first league goal. He actually had the best opportunity of any of the Saints to score, blasting a shot on target, but the Burnley keeper stopped it cold. Maya Yoshida had a dipping shot ten minutes into the second half but it stayed over the bar. That was the extent of Southampton's threat and they could not even settle for a point as they would concede late. Plenty to be frustrated by with this performance.
Source: NBC Sports
Sat, Nov 4, 2017 01:13:00 PM

Southampton winger Nathan Redmond has said that he "didn't believe how attacking" the team could be.

Last season, the Saints broadly disappointed mostly due to their inability to score, a fact underlined by the side scoring just 17 goals in 19 home games last season - a tally bettered by all but Sunderland. Redmond admitted that the team were "hesitant" at times last season, explaining that he knows he was. "There was a period at the start of the season when I was a bit more free flowing and had a stint towards Christmas when I was a bit hesitant." He went on to point out the EFL Cup Final defeat as a point where the side lost confidence. Redmond himself stated that he aims to reach double-figures for goals scored in the league this year after notching up seven last term. He said that new manager Mauricio Pellegrino has built "belief and confidence" within the squad and he expects the Saints' goal hoodoo to end soon.
Thu, Aug 17, 2017 07:54:00 PM

Southampton snapped a five-match winless streak to stay on course for a top-half finish, as they held beat relegated Middlesbrough 2-1 on Saturday.

Manager Claude Puel made seven chances from the side that fell 2-0 to Arsenal on Wednesday, and two of his recalled attackers combined to produce the break through just before half time. Jay Rodriguez put the Saints in front in the 42nd minute when he lost his mark to slam home a low half-volley off Shane Long's cross after a neat build-up. With a lead at the break, Puel opted to introduce Redmond, who would then double the Saints lead shortly thereafter. Rodriguez was again involved as his pass found Redmond, who cut inside before curling a beautiful strike into the far top corner. The Saints would have a chance to make it 3-0 but Long, who was brought down in the area by Brad Guzan, smashed his penalty high and over the bar. While Boro would pull one back late through Patrick Bamford, it was to little too late. The result sees Southampton climb up to 9th, ahead of their season finale with Stoke City.
Source: NBC Sports
Sat, May 13, 2017 01:04:00 PM

Southampton returned to winning ways after last weekend's EFL Cup Final loss.

It didn't look good for the Saints early on, as Watford took the lead through Troy Deeney, who smashed in a volley after a Holebas header. Serbian playmaker Dusan Tadic grabbed Southampton's equaliser before Redmond struck before the interval to give them the lead. Okaka drew the Hornets back on level terms with only 11 minutes of normal time to play. However, the Saints struck twice, first through Gabbiadini and then Redmond notched up his second to seal the win. Watford grabbed a late consolation as Doucouré, on as a late sub, scored in injury time.
Source: BBC Sport
Sat, Mar 4, 2017 12:09:00 PM

Southampton manager Claude Puel has confirmed that the club will not appeal Nathan Redmond's red card from GW18's 1-4 defeat to Spurs.

After the game, Puel had expressed doubt in Mike Dean's decision over Redmond's supposed foul on Dele Alli. However, he has no stated that the club will not bid to overturn Redmond's ban for the upcoming clash with West Brom on Saturday. Redmond will be back in the Saints side for Monday's clash with Everton as the team hope to bounce back from their major setback and overcome fixture congestion.
Thu, Dec 29, 2016 01:48:00 PM

Despite an early goal by Virgil Van Dijk, Nathan Redmond was sent off in the 57th minute and Southampton were defeated 4-1 by Tottenham at St Mary's on Wednesday.

The Saints got off to a brilliant start when Van Dijk headed home a James Ward-Prowse set-piece to put the home side ahead after just 69 seconds. However, Spurs answered with a pair of headed goals. Dele Alli was first to strike and level match on 19 minutes, while Harry Kane rose on a corner to give visitors the lead on 52nd minute. Minutes after falling behind things got even worse as Nathan Redmond brought down Alli in the box and as a result was sent off, after he was adjudged to have been the last defender. While Kane missed the ensuing penalty, there was no comeback to be found as Spurs added a pair of late goals to seal the final scoreline at 4-1. The result leaves Southampton in eighth and without Redmond for Saturday's match with West Brom.
Source: NBC Sports
Wed, Dec 28, 2016 05:40:00 PM

Nathan Redmond is the principal offender in a Southampton team whose wasteful shots are dampening their chances of improving on last season's 6th place finish.

Redmond's 15 shots have mostly been speculative as have Dusan Tadic's. The Saints lead the league for the most shots from outside the box on 43. Shots from distance are notorious for their low likelihood of finding the net but instant internet virality when they do. These long shots translate to the club having the joint lowest expected goals (xG) per shot in the Premier League along with Burnley. Claude Puel needs to sort out this issue quickly if the Saints are to succeed, maybe a switch to Austin as a starter is necessary.
Tue, Sep 20, 2016 03:18:00 PM

Southampton’s new summer signing scored on his competitive debut in the 1-1 draw with Watford and stats suggest he may be able to replicate this in the coming weeks.

After moving from Norwich, Saints’ manager Claude Puel switched the pacey English starlet in from the wing to a more central role during preseason with impressive results last weekend. Redmond had 5 shots with 2 on target, one of which he scored and the other drew a fantastic save from Gomes. Redmond also put the ball in the net a second time with a neat finish but the last gasp goal was soon ruled out for offside – this was the only time he was penalised for straying beyond the last defender. The U-21 international was also one of the most creative Southampton players. He made four key passes which was only surpassed by maestro Dusan Tadic who made 6. If Redmond can continue to shine in his new role, he will become a must have for all fantasy managers and drastically limit the game time of either Charlie Austin or Shane Long this season.
Wed, Aug 17, 2016 08:28:00 AM

It was Nathan Redmond to the rescue as the debutant scored to save his new club blushes in a match they dominated statistically.

Redmond, tipped by many for a breakout season with more talent around him at Southampton, was the hero as his 58th minute goal salvaged a draw for his new club. It should have been more as the Saints had 66% of the possession.
Sat, Aug 13, 2016 12:15:00 PM

Nathan Redmond is seen as a striker in Claude Puel's new diamond system.

Puel experiemented with a diamond system in Southampton's last friendly and utilized newcomer Nathan Redmond as a striker. This is big news for Redmond, who is a very promising young player. Even as a striker, he will find himself in wide positions and send crosses in, and his goal potential increases. His season-long and daily fantasy value is slowly improving, and he is a fantastic value in week one.
Source: DailyEcho
Thu, Aug 4, 2016 07:21:00 PM

Southampton have announced the signing of winger Nathan Redmond.

The Norwich winger joins the Saints on a five-year deal scheduled to keep him at St Mary's until 2021. The youngster has a bright future ahead of him and was very impressive for Norwich last season, despite failing to keep them in the Premier League. Redmond will likely start and is a decent mid to late round fantasy pick.
Source: SaintsFC
Sat, Jun 25, 2016 12:47:00 PM

"Sky Sports" confirm that Norwich City midfielder Nathan Redmond is undergoing a medical at Southampton on Saturday.

Norwich City has reportedly accepted an £11 million bid for the 22-year-old as the Canaries are looking to sell their most valuable players as they face another season in the Championship after just one year back in the Premier League. Redmond scored six goals in 34 Premier League appearances last season and helped lead the England U21s to a Toulon Tournament title last month. Redmond is expected to replace Southampton star Sadio Mane as the midfielder is expected to join Liverpool in a £30 million-plus deal.
Source: Sky Sports
Sat, Jun 25, 2016 09:59:00 AM

Southampton are close to signing winger Nathan Redmond.

The midfielder is on his way out of relegated Norwich and Southampton are making a move. He fits a need at Southampton, especially with players potentially leaving this summer, and brings much needed stability to the position. Sadio Mane could be on his way out, and if that happens, Redmond will be a solid fantasy pick next season.
Source: Mirror
Tue, Jun 14, 2016 11:10:00 PM