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Robbie-9-Fowler 29-06-19 12:09 AM

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Originally Posted by Irishnev (Post 3567024)

That's pretty decent considering he won't cost them anything in terms of a transfer fee. That works out about 150k/w roughly.

danperkins 29-06-19 06:23 AM

League will suit him down to the ground lots of time and space, he would struggle in prem imo. Nice footballer though, guaranteed league medal.

McDermotX 29-06-19 06:49 AM

Juve putting their money out there.

Not standing still.

Bender 29-06-19 08:02 AM

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Originally Posted by McDermotX (Post 3567036)
Juve putting their money out there.

Not standing still.

You should see the crazy figures offered to De Ligt by Juventus if true


danperkins 29-06-19 12:27 PM

Would absolutely love it if he turns out to be a flop.

BobTheCharmer 29-06-19 01:18 PM

I think football is perilously close to going bust. The numbers are so high clubs are going to go out of business.

Red_Polo 29-06-19 01:47 PM

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Originally Posted by BobTheCharmer (Post 3567059)
I think football is perilously close to going bust. The numbers are so high clubs are going to go out of business.

The numbers are high because football is absolutely thriving as a business.

dom9 29-06-19 02:40 PM

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Originally Posted by BobTheCharmer (Post 3567059)
I think football is perilously close to going bust. The numbers are so high clubs are going to go out of business.

Lower leagues yes.

Most Premier League clubs are now returning profits for the first time. Even City.

The Premier League has so much money the clubs can't spend it all.

Bender 29-06-19 02:52 PM

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Originally Posted by dom9 (Post 3567062)
Lower leagues yes.

Most Premier League clubs are now returning profits for the first time. Even City.

The Premier League has so much money the clubs can't spend it all.

:haha: Excellent accountants

Norbs 29-06-19 02:52 PM

Clubs regularly get punished for financial weakness in the lower leagues

spud_gun 29-06-19 02:58 PM

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Originally Posted by BobTheCharmer (Post 3567059)
I think football is perilously close to going bust. The numbers are so high clubs are going to go out of business.

When clubs can earn a quarter of a billion pounds per season in TV revenue why shouldn't players and their agents grab every penny while they can?

labourRed 29-06-19 11:31 PM

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Originally Posted by BobTheCharmer (Post 3567059)
I think football is perilously close to going bust. The numbers are so high clubs are going to go out of business.

Nah, for a start hes supposedly being offered 13m a year with bonuses on top. If they can get a 75m fee then they'd be looking at returning an overall margin after three years for a potentially world class player.

It's a gamble obviously but it's merely a consequence of having a lot of money sloshing around football at the elite level.

Bender 02-07-19 03:46 PM


RedReet 02-07-19 04:02 PM

:haha:

Lunatic.

Tatterdemalion 02-07-19 11:17 PM

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Originally Posted by Bender (Post 3566867)

Top lad. I'd insist on a clause relating to Neymar behaving like a prick.

Bender 03-07-19 03:10 PM


foresterbloke 04-07-19 03:32 AM

Rafa has turned Perez into a really good little player. Leicester will be a really interesting team next season!

Tee 04-07-19 08:26 AM

Atletico spending all the Griezmann money on Felix, I think it’s a big gamble but the kid does look sensational

Bender 04-07-19 12:39 PM


Phoenix07 04-07-19 01:06 PM

Manchester City have signed midfielder Rodri from Atletico Madrid in a club-record deal after paying his 62.5m release clause.

https://www.skysports.com/football/n...tletico-madrid

danperkins 04-07-19 01:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Phoenix07 (Post 3567677)
Manchester City have signed midfielder Rodri from Atletico Madrid in a club-record deal after paying his 62.5m release clause.

https://www.skysports.com/football/n...tletico-madrid

They do what they want.

Rodri had better stats than Fernandinho last season aswell. Looks quality but we'll see how he gets on in the prem.

danperkins 04-07-19 01:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Bender (Post 3567672)

Good attacking signing imo for Rodgers

Bender 07-07-19 08:18 PM


foresterbloke 08-07-19 12:38 AM

Good for them, Arnautovic seems like a massively disruptive player.

Can we sign Anderson now? He's fucking quality.

Irishnev 08-07-19 07:27 AM

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Originally Posted by foresterbloke (Post 3568026)
Good for them, Arnautovic seems like a massively disruptive player.

Can we sign Anderson now? He's fucking quality.

Replacing him with Maxi Gomez from Celta for 50m who is a young Uruguayan striker. He turned down Valencia to join them - big strong target man with the attitude of Suarez and scores goals

Big coup for them

Bender 08-07-19 09:11 AM

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Originally Posted by Irishnev (Post 3568040)
Replacing him with Maxi Gomez from Celta for 50m who is a young Uruguayan striker. He turned down Valencia to join them - big strong target man with the attitude of Suarez and scores goals

Big coup for them

Heard he agreed to join Valencia

The_weatherman 08-07-19 09:15 AM

Turned down Valencia and CL footy for West Ham.

Yozza 08-07-19 09:39 AM

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Originally Posted by The_weatherman (Post 3568046)
Turned down Valencia and CL footy for the big bucks.

:handshake:

The_weatherman 08-07-19 01:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Yozza (Post 3568048)
:handshake:

:D :handshake:

Bender 08-07-19 02:11 PM

Maxi Gomez refused to join West Ham who was ready to pay 50M € of its release clause. The latter wants to join Valencia, close to find an agreement with Celta Vigo. (AS)

Bender 12-07-19 12:37 PM


Irishnev 12-07-19 12:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Bender (Post 3568875)

V good player and a similar style to Bobby F - West Ham buying well recently :handshake:

Bender 12-07-19 12:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Irishnev (Post 3568878)
V good player and a similar style to Bobby F - West Ham buying well recently :handshake:

They will even more so if Anderson kicks on from last season

Bender 12-07-19 12:59 PM

Hello Griezmann bye bye Couthino

RedAndWhite 12-07-19 01:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Bender (Post 3568882)

Cash!!!!

Bender 12-07-19 02:16 PM

Real Sociedad will receive €24 million euros of the transfer fee..... Barcelona announce signing of Antoine Griezmann - and insert an €800m buy out clause

Bender 12-07-19 03:13 PM


Fuzzy 12-07-19 04:25 PM

Go Atleti :rock: Barca going into administration would be amazing

baitman 13-07-19 07:20 AM

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Originally Posted by Bender (Post 3568932)

I hope that this drags on forever and 'greaseman' is ineligible to play for barca, serve them cunts right :haha:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48967047

Exiled_red 13-07-19 11:41 AM

Do Atletico have a case here? I don't doubt that they have been in discussions before 1st July but if the contract was only terminated after that then surely Barca only have to pay the fee require on the day it was triggered, unless the clubs had agreed a fee prior to allowing talks to open.

The big question here though is why the fuck did they put a reducing buyout clause in in the first place particularly as the contract was only signed last year when there was still interest from Barcelona


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