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General Transfer Talk

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1 hour ago, Johnnyeye said:

this is starting to become a trend, german clubs raiding our academy

MTC stopped developing in last 2 years, no wonder Chelsea was not really trying to keep him

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28 minutes ago, ulvhedin said:

MTC stopped developing in last 2 years, no wonder Chelsea was not really trying to keep him

According to sky sports Chelsea wanted to keep him 

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44 minutes ago, the wes said:

The youth players are seeing whats happened to Sancho at BvB they want to join a German club now 

It is also the other way round. Because of all the money invested in English youth deveolpment and the conpetitiveness producing tons of frustrated talents German scouts are almost exclusively searching in England now. I just recently read an interview with bvb Director zorc that 70-80% of their scouting material is on Propsects trained in england and they will employ even more scouts there in the future.

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Fears that Manchester United and Tottenham may make a move for Youri Tielemans have prompted Leicester City to push for a quick deal with Monaco to secure his signature, Sky Sports News understands.

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Just hoping our ban is lifted and we get a chance to sign the likes of Dybala, Jovic, Pepe, Fekir, Werner who are all available this year.

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1 hour ago, shrenshah said:

Just hoping our ban is lifted and we get a chance to sign the likes of Dybala, Jovic, Pepe, Fekir, Werner who are all available this year.

If our transfer ban is lifted we have to go beast mode! 

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2 hours ago, shrenshah said:

Just hoping our ban is lifted and we get a chance to sign the likes of Dybala, Jovic, Pepe, Fekir, Werner who are all available this year.

We wont be getting any of those, I believe it when I see it......and Dybala aint coming here when he can go to RM Barca etc.

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17 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

Jovic to Real Madrid sounds about as good as done.

They act super fast, they dont hassle over a couple of milliions, Look at barca already. Ban or no ban, Marina has turned us to Arsenal, the team we kept laughing at for fuck ups.

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10 players Barcelona will sell to fund Antoine Griezmann and Matthijs de Ligt transfers

Barcelona are prepared to spend £250million on transfers this summer, but with their own financial issues, they must sell a number of stars

 

Barcelona are facing a huge summer overhaul as club chiefs scramble to raise cash to pay for the club’s big-money transfer deals.

Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong is already due to arrive, in a £67million transfer, and the Spanish champions are also seeking to add his Dutch teammate Matthijs de Ligt in a £65million deal - although there are continuing complications with that switch.

Antoine Griezmann’s announcement this week that he will leave Atletico Madrid on July 1 by paying his £105million release clause looks due to take him to Camp Nou, 12 months after the World Cup winner upset Barca chiefs with ‘La Decision’, rejecting a move to stay in the Spanish capital.

However, now he appears set on linking up with Lionel Messi in Catalunya.

But Barca have a major problem in splashing out over £250million this summer; the club have little in the way of funds to pay, with their intermediary accounts for the first half of the season overdue.

Certainly, deals with Ajax, with whom they have a strong relationship, can be negotiated and paid over a period of time - potentially three or four years.

But Griezmann’s buyout needs to be deposited with LFP chiefs up front to free him from his deal at Atletico.

Now, 12 months on from opening up a £120million credit line with a New York-based lender, and with salary payments - the biggest in world football - to be paid to players at the end of June, they are in desperate need of funds to pay for everything.

As such, decisions have been made to part with 10 players this summer, in a bid to raise over £200million.

Chief among them is Philippe Coutinho, who has largely disappointed since his club record move from Liverpool 17 months ago.

The Brazilian, who earns £12million-per-year after tax, remains the club’s biggest saleable asset and they want at least £90million.

De Ligt’s arrival means France's World Cup-winning defender Samuel Umtiti will be allowed to leave.

The left-sided centre-back suffered an injury hit 2018-19 and couldn’t oust Clement Lenglet from the starting XI when back fit; with doubts over his knee injury still, Barca are ready to sell for £50million - despite him having no intention of leaving.

Juventus and Manchester United are among the clubs who have been keeping tabs on the situation of a player who, fully fit and on form, is one of the world’s best defenders.

Similar to Umititi, Ivan Rakitic insists he is staying put, but despite being a key man for Ernesto Valverde, the Croatian is likely to be sold.

The wrong side of 30, Inter Milan are keen to take him to Italy, with Barca keen on a fee in excess of £45million.

Others on the chopping block, according to Marca, include winger Malcom, Jasper Cillessen, Everton loanee Andre Gomes, Denis Suarez - who has struggled for fitness and minutes on loan at Arsenal - Rafinha and, perhaps surprisingly, the Portuguese right-back Nelson Semedo.

Interestingly, the club will spend €4million to bring back Eibar’s Marc Cucurella, to sell him on for €10million.

However, big-money players, on big wages, with clubs knowing that Barca are desperate for cash, will not be easy to sell.

It promises to be a long summer.

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I would LOVE to grab Umtiti (if his knee is sound he is a top 10 in world CB) and Semedo (I think they are mad to sell him, he is a top ten RB) Even Malcom might be woth a shot

fucking bans, grrrrrrrrrrrr

 

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Julian Brandt is expected to joinBorussia Dortmund if he decides to leave Bayer Leverkusen this summer, Sky Sports News understands.

Reports in Germany and the UK this week claimed Tottenham are among the clubs to have shown an interest in the 23-year-old attacking-midfielder, while he has also previously been linked with Liverpool.

According to Sky in Germany, Brandt is set to stay at Leverkusen if they finish in the Champions League places, which they can still do if they better Borussia Monchengladbach’s result on the final weekend of the season.

And Brandt, who still has two years left on his contract, would also consider staying at the club even if they finish in a Europa League place despite Dortmund’s interest, Sky in Germany understands.

Brandt is one of Germany’s brightest young talents, having already earned 24 senior caps for his country and scored two goals, and he reportedly has a release clause of just £21.5m.

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Don;t believe for a second Barca want to sell Umtiti
He didn't play in either game against Liverpool & de Ligt needs to be funded somehow.

There's nothing surprising about the rumours going around.

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Juventus and Inter Milan are both interested in signing Manchester United’ Alexis Sanchez this summer, according to Sky in Italy.

Sanchez’s representative Fernando Felicevich has met with both Juve sporting director Fabio Paratici and Inter technical director Piero Ausilio, Sky in Italy are reporting.

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9 hours ago, LAM09 said:

He didn't play in either game against Liverpool & de Ligt needs to be funded somehow.

There's nothing surprising about the rumours going around.

Langlet was very good for them also, and his injuries are worriesome

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All I want from next season is fb. I don't care if we have to spend 100 on fb alone. We can't start next season with Azpi + Alonso/emersontcombination anymore 

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