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Malen remains the top transfer target for Dortmund after Sancho is set to leave the club. Furthermore Leverkusen duo Bailey and Diaby are also on Dortmund's list.

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BREAKING NEWS: Liverpool and Dortmund have reached an agreement over the transfer of Reus. They've agreed it's never going to happen. [emoji23]

It reminds me the day when we signed Hector and Djilobodji on the same day.

David Moyes is that ugly bloke at the nightclub who gets to 2am and just tries chatting up every girl. Take a hint dude - no-one likes you.

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LOLOLOLOL, Barca are so fucked financially they cannot even register Sergio Agüero, despite him coming on a free. They need to massively clear off so much of their salary load to meet the cap.

 

No wonder RM, Barca, Juve are refusing to leave the ESL.

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2 hours ago, Vesper said:

LOLOLOLOL, Barca are so fucked financially they cannot even register Sergio Agüero, despite him coming on a free. They need to massively clear off so much of their salary load to meet the cap.

 

No wonder RM, Barca, Juve are refusing to leave the ESL.

Barca are so fecked, like 'proper fecked'. Currently they have to shave €200m+ off their wage bill before being allowed to register Messi, Kun, Depay, Royal and Garcia. 

Then they have a €715m loan that is about to mature that hasn't been touched by the €525m one they took for JPMorgan just to keep the lights on. 

The funniest part about this is that they cannot even shift that €200m as the players they want to shift are on insane wages that no-one else would pay even on a loan. I mean look at some of these reported mental numbers (these must have a slight truth to them as their current bill is over €650m): 

Coutinho - €380k a week

Dembele - €280k a week

Roberto - €210k a week

Umiti - €280k a week

Pjanic - €220k a week

Lenget - €180k a week

Alba - €230k a week

Those players above account for roughly 30% of their wage bill. 

After that, they do have some sellable assets on big wages but these wages are so insane they'll have to take a massive hit on the fee or give them away for free: 

Griezmann - €800k a week (there are even some reports the is fecking net 🤣)

De Jong - €400k a week

Ter Stegen - €280k a week

After that however, you get into Pedri/Fati territory but even then they have an issue of them only having 1 year deals left and they don't earn good money so it doesn't even really affect their wage bill (although a decent fee would increase their wage cap, owing to it flexing to income; hence why they're in this position.) 

Then we get to Messi, unbelievably, his last contract was about €650m over 4 years, which works out to approx €3m a week. He has said he will take a 50% cut, but that is still €78m for the year which is about 20-25% of their wage cap. 

However, to top this farcical situation off, a lot of their commercial deals have reportedly been signed with a Messi clause ranging from 10-50% of their value. Thus, if Messi cannot be signed, their wage cap will go down further drastically as the La Liga wage bill cap is directly tied to income 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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18 minutes ago, King Kante said:

Barca are so fecked, like 'proper fecked'. Currently they have to shave €200m+ off their wage bill before being allowed to register Messi, Kun, Depay, Royal and Garcia. 

Then they have a €715m loan that is about to mature that hasn't been touched by the €525m one they took for JPMorgan just to keep the lights on. 

The funniest part about this is that they cannot even shift that €200m as the players they want to shift are on insane wages that no-one else would pay even on a loan. I mean look at some of these reported mental numbers (these must have a slight truth to them as their current bill is over €650m): 

Coutinho - €380k a week

Dembele - €280k a week

Roberto - €210k a week

Umiti - €280k a week

Pjanic - €220k a week

Lenget - €180k a week

Alba - €230k a week

Those players above account for roughly 30% of their wage bill. 

After that, they do have some sellable assets on big wages but these wages are so insane they'll have to take a massive hit on the fee or give them away for free: 

Griezmann - €800k a week (there are even some reports the is fecking net 🤣)

De Jong - €400k a week

Ter Stegen - €280k a week

After that however, you get into Pedri/Fati territory but even then they have an issue of them only having 1 year deals left and they don't earn good money so it doesn't even really affect their wage bill (although a decent fee would increase their wage cap, owing to it flexing to income; hence why they're in this position.) 

Then we get to Messi, unbelievably, his last contract was about €650m over 4 years, which works out to approx €3m a week. He has said he will take a 50% cut, but that is still €78m for the year which is about 20-25% of their wage cap. 

However, to top this farcical situation off, a lot of their commercial deals have reportedly been signed with a Messi clause ranging from 10-50% of their value. Thus, if Messi cannot be signed, their wage cap will go down further drastically as the La Liga wage bill cap is directly tied to income 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

I fucking love it!

I want the same to happen to Real Madrid next, and then Juve.

The 3 Cuntmusketeers (half of the 6 originators of FFP, along with Manure, Bayern and Pool, all of whom wanted to fuck AC Milan (especially Juve, that is where it all started, with Berlusconi), then later Chels, and finally Citeh, and PSG, plus RM wanted to put the boot down on AM to a lesser degree, and ALL six wanted to make sure Ajax never rose again, and Inter, Napoli, Arse, Spuds, and Dortmund were always staying small horses)

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21 minutes ago, Vesper said:

I fucking love it!

I want the same to happen to Real Madrid next, and then Juve.

The 3 Cuntmusketeers (half of the 6 originators of FFP, along with Manure, Bayern and Pool, all of whom wanted to fuck AC Milan (especially Juve, that is where it all started, with Berlusconi), then later Chels, and finally Citeh, and PSG, plus RM wanted to put the boot down on AM to a lesser degree, and ALL six wanted to make sure Ajax never rose again, and Inter, Napoli, Arse, Spuds, and Dortmund were always staying small horses)

Tbf, Real have actually cut back quite a lot, they're in a bit of trouble but should fine fine as they only rank in at about 30th in the net spend table for the last five years and they got rid of CR7 when he started talking about multi-millions a week. 

I think they may actually be under the cap atm. I think this is one of the reasons Ramos left. Obviously they still have Bale making €600k a week but that is only for one more year. After that I think it is Hazard at around €400k which is manageable for them in the current situation. Juve will also be fine imo, they're not too indebted and they keep getting CL. Only issue for them is if they drop out of the CL from what I understand. 

 

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How the fuck have Barca got themselves into that kind of a predicament!!?

Not to worry... they will be let off.

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15 hours ago, Vesper said:

LOLOLOLOL, Barca are so fucked financially they cannot even register Sergio Agüero, despite him coming on a free. They need to massively clear off so much of their salary load to meet the cap.

 

No wonder RM, Barca, Juve are refusing to leave the ESL.

Aren't they supposed to get ban from the CL by being in the ESL?

What is happening here? 

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Ilaix Moriba hasn't agreed to Barcelona offer, and he won't start the pre-season with the first team. If he doesn't agree to extend, the club will try to sell him now.

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11 minutes ago, Blues Forever said:

Ilaix Moriba hasn't agreed to Barcelona offer, and he won't start the pre-season with the first team. If he doesn't agree to extend, the club will try to sell him now.

It's only just begun.....

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King is a decent player, mid level club.

It’ll be very very very interesting if City don’t sign Kane or anyone of note due to ‘financial reasons’. League will be wide open.

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