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It's too big

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  1. Bertrand Traoré

    We have been making some tidy profits on players lately
  2. Alex Sandro

    He's one of the best LB in the world, playing for one of the best clubs in the world, so negotiating is going to be arduous. Ultimately it's Sandro's decision, but I do wonder why it's so quiet on his front.
  3. Tiemoué Bakayoko

    £35 million is a steal if he becomes world class, but if he doesn't we haven't spent a fortune. I am hoping for the former though.
  4. Alex Sandro

    Not believing anything until he said he's leaving or staying with his own mouth. Ijust hope we have a plan B in case.
  5. Alex Sandro

    "The ball is in his court" that's what we said about Nainggolan lol.
  6. Alex Sandro

    I don't understand the clambering for Mendy. Sure he looks promising, but at the end of the day he's just one player from a very in form Monaco side of last season. Monaco reminds me of Leicester in their title winning season. Mendy does look like a good player, but there's no telling whether he's being overrated by many.
  7. James Rodríguez

    Yeah that's nonsense, don't believe anything until a reliable source confirms it. I have heard little about James, only Morata linked to Utd.
  8. Alex Sandro

    It's ultimately up to the player. If the player wants to leave, then Juve will have to accept one of our higher bids for him. The ball is in Sandro's court, so...
  9. Cristiano Ronaldo

    No he isn't - fucking nonsense. Ronaldo won't leave Real Madrid.
  10. Alex Sandro

    Di Marzio and Fabrizo Romano are still the upper tier for reliablity. I would not believe anything until they say anything on the subject. La Repubblica sounds like a cheap attempt for an Italian paper.
  11. Alex Sandro

    Yeah, he made comments during the season about wanting to stay at Juventus. I don't see him moving, but sometimes money talks and if he is on low wages then offering an increase may well sway him. Not sure who else is out there for LB position tbh.
  12. Marco Verratti

    Yeah, like there won't be the next Veratti in another year or two. These type of players come around every couple years. Veratti isn't a player out of the ordinary; he's just a good young player that's it. He may not have a ceiling of potential and this could be it, so I wouldn't be crying over not getting him that's for sure.
  13. The Conte Thread

    I think we got more than 200 million to spend if we want. 200 million doesn't include the Costa, Begovic, Atsu, Solanke and other sales we make. The media don't know their ass from their elbow, and Sky Sports "sources" only ever recycle the same shit someone like The Sun, Mirror, Metro, Gazetta or some unreliable twitter "journo" says. The majority of Italian media are unreliable, and I certainly wouldn't listen to anything they say because they are bias. All this has started because the text exchange between Conte and Costa, and also because we've not announced signings in this transfer window (likely due to kit deal with Nike) yet and they put two and two together and come up with 5.
  14. Romelu Lukaku

    It's harder to be a loan striker in a team with very little creative outlet for said striker. Like others have said, Costa had better quality players around him to provide him the better opportunities. At Everton, teams can mark Lukaku and Everton lose a lot of their attacking threat, whereas if you mark Costa out the game, you have to contend with either side of him and the wing backs so it's more difficult in that sense for teams to solely mark Costa which gives him more freedom up top to make runs into open spaces.
  15. The Conte Thread

    Costa issues and quiet on the transfer front = media making presumptions. metro and gazetta are some of the worst.