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Hamilton

Non-Chelsea Transfer Pub

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10 hours ago, Blues Forever said:

wow,,it's only getting better for city than koulibaly rumors. dias - laporte partnership would be hard to broke for another striker this season. they can reduce more goals conceeded now,,but after jesus injury their new problem is center forward. KDB-esque again for city this season...

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29 minutes ago, Kajo said:

Who can tell me details of Musiala departure to Bayern?

He was in Chelsea academy on a scholarship and moved to Bayern who could already offer him a professional contract at 16 due to different rules in Germany. In England however Chelsea could only have offered him a pro deal when he turned 17 so there was nothing the club could have done to prevent him from going when he had made up his mind.

Musiala's agent is Hudson-Odoi's brother who already had a prior relationship with Bayern from the time he tried to get a move for CHO earlier in 2019 so he offered the player to Bayern who were happy to take him. 

Musiala is a dual-citizen of UK / Germany so a move to the biggest club in his other home country probably appealed to him. Good move for the boy. 

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He was in Chelsea academy on a scholarship and moved to Bayern who could already offer him a professional contract at 16 due to different rules in Germany. In England however Chelsea could only have offered him a pro deal when he turned 17 so there was nothing the club could have done to prevent him from going when he had made up his mind.
Musiala's agent is Hudson-Odoi's brother who already had a prior relationship with Bayern from the time he tried to get a move for CHO earlier in 2019 so he offered the player to Bayern who were happy to take him. 
Musiala is a dual-citizen of UK / Germany so a move to the biggest club in his other home country probably appealed to him. Good move for the boy. 

Thanks a lot, mate.

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Milan haven't give up on Fofana. He is the main target for the CB position, they would reinvest the money from Paqueta's sale in him. Leicester and West Ham are interested but Milan continue to work under the radar for him. At least €25m required.

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City getting Ruben Dias will be a good signing for them. Potential to be an excellent CB with a bit of fine tuning. 


Also Arsenal going after Aouar is also a good signing for them. Very gifted technically and will provide a more offensive threat to their midfield. 

Spurs getting Skinriar will also be a good signing. Mad Man United haven’t looked at him or even us earlier in the window. Both of us are crying out for a long term CB with potential to grow into a key figure in the team and already at a very good level. 

Interested to see how Koeman does with Barca too. Depay, Dest and Garcia would be decent signings as well as the refreshing of their squad getting rid of Vidal, Suarez and Semedo among others and focusing more on building their midfield around De Jong in a deeper position compared to where Valverde played him. Actually think Koeman will do a good job there and may tempt them to hold off on appointing Xavi, I know Koemans not exactly a top top manager but his experiences around various leagues with varied levels of success and his past experiences as a player there will give him a good platform to go from. I really think they are too driven on this Pep approach of football and also the promoting from within, footballs moved on from Pep’s style then, he has slowly altered it and became more tactically flexible to the point where City look different to his Bayern and his Bayern looked different to Barcelona while also retaining the basic principles of his philosophy. 

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The Guardiola saga with the purchase of defenses is something incomprehensible and that knows no end.
Once again he will buy a defender for an absurd amount that will not solve anything.

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