The Rumour Commode XVIII

Will the sale be officialized in this edition of the Commode?


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Allan_Sombrero

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So Niang is leaving on loan? Even if he fails, he has no future at Milan.

Montella made this clear already.

And Niang was overhyped like a mf but finally got the criticism he deserved this year.
 

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balo & niang were never hyped, they were always underrated in milan.

Wrong. Balotelli was a star before coming to Milan and his stats prove it. His first season here was a huge success and his goals helped us reach 3rd place and justified his star status. Niang on the other hand has never done anything meaningful in his career anywhere. Like Allegri said, Niang was incorrectly labeled a phenomenon without the talent to back it up.

Niang is basically just as big a liability as Balo off the pitch but minus the talent on it. :lol::lol:
 

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Stupid deal for Niang. Watford is just above the relegation zone in EPL. When Niang adds his magic to them they'll end up relegated. They of course won't take the option, he'll end up coming back and we won't be able to get even 5 million for him
 

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Curious about Vulture's state at the moment.

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Stupid deal for Niang. Watford is just above the relegation zone in EPL. When Niang adds his magic to them they'll end up relegated. They of course won't take the option, he'll end up coming back and we won't be able to get even 5 million for him

easy

he adds his magic to them
they buy and then sell him for double price to any other pl club.
 

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We really need badelj , he is not only a great player but a coach's best friend I mean he is the one who takes the instructions from the coach , always helping others on the field and and always trying to bind the team together . we have some good players but no one with traits like these and montella really knows him so there's that .

Bonaventura ---- badelj ------ locatelli

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We absolutely have to get him to get a chance at 3rd. That midfield would be an upgrade to what we have now
 

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Watford are no way relegating, they have 8 points more than relegation zone.
 

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So Niang is leaving on loan? Even if he fails, he has no future at Milan.

Montella made this clear already.

And Niang was overhyped like a mf but finally got the criticism he deserved this year.

I wouldn't hold your breath. Don't forget he was loaned to Montpellier + Genoa and ended up coming back. Niang is basically an unwanted boomerang that always finds its way back to Milano. If we don't sell him/insert an obligation his value will plummet further when he flops and we'll probably be stuck with him for life :lol::fp:
 

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Sad we didn't include an option to buy for Suso when we sent him to Genoa. :cry:
 

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Sad we didn't include an option to buy for Suso when we sent him to Genoa. :cry:

Preziosi was ready to offer 10m for Suso this summer but fortunately Galliani declined. That's the only decent business decision he's made recently as his values easily doubled.
 

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Yeah his value doubled and we lost both Bacca & Niang (valued around 60m in total) because we decided to believe our attack to Suso.
 

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I wouldn't hold your breath. Don't forget he was loaned to Montpellier + Genoa and ended up coming back. Niang is basically an unwanted boomerang that always finds its way back to Milano. If we don't sell him/insert an obligation his value will plummet further when he flops and we'll probably be stuck with him for life :lol::fp:

If Montella is still here, Niang won't stay.

Montella has made it clear all season he doesn't rate him and is going to kick him out if he does come back.
 

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Even 60M would be too much for that clown. Not milan dna.

Nobody is worth that money anyway.

I would consider 40-50M for belotti tho. We shouldn't pay more than 50M for one player if you ask me.

Actually 60 million for Auba >>>>>> 50 million for Belotti as a deal since nobody really knows what they are getting with Belotti. This season is the only season he has really performed

There is nothing that says Belotti can ever come near Auba's current level so its better to get 4 world class years from Auba than gamble away money.
I like Belotti as a player and would like to have him in the team as well but I have no idea if he is worth 30 million never mind 50 million. He could be but there is no telling
 

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Stupid deal for Niang. Watford is just above the relegation zone in EPL. When Niang adds his magic to them they'll end up relegated. They of course won't take the option, he'll end up coming back and we won't be able to get even 5 million for him

Lets also not forget that Suso was deemed worthless here. It's very possible that Niang goes to EPL and comes back a better player.

Niang has certain skills that can make him very good, but he's just such an idiot. His shot power, crossing, speed, strength are all good skills he has. But he's always doing too much and never uses his strengths properly. An atmosphere like EPL and a place like Watford with 0 pressure may be good, however if we were to sign someone like Keita etc then we don't need him back at all.

Ocampos as a replacement to Niang though is not encouraging at all. He's the Niang of Genoa right now, we'll see I guess. Sometimes players just need a change of scenery to show their true skills
 

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Seems like Ocampos is the primary choice for winger when Niang leaves. Lazovic and Giaccherini are other names being mentioned. Tutto Sport says Montella wanted Ljajic from Torino if a Niang move materialized with them.
 

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Actually 60 million for Auba >>>>>> 50 million for Belotti as a deal since nobody really knows what they are getting with Belotti. This season is the only season he has really performed

There is nothing that says Belotti can ever come near Auba's current level so its better to get 4 world class years from Auba than gamble away money.
I like Belotti as a player and would like to have him in the team as well but I have no idea if he is worth 30 million never mind 50 million. He could be but there is no telling

We know exactly what we'd be getting in Belotti, a Milan fan that can play as a lone forward, is strong, can pass and has the natural instinct for finishing.
 

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Sky: Niang has agreed to join Watford. It’s believed that the deal is in its final stages and an an official announcement is imminent.

Here's to hoping Niang does well in England, his money will probably be used on a new midfielder by new management in the summer.
 

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Seems like Ocampos is the primary choice for winger when Niang leaves. Lazovic and Giaccherini are other names being mentioned. Tutto Sport says Montella wanted Ljajic from Torino if a Niang move materialized with them.

Giaccherini seems like a dream when Lazovic is the secondary option
 

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Ok, Belotti has exploded with Miha, so did Bacca.

But you think he can be the same player with our current clown coach?
 
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hopefully wrap up a winger replacement in the coming days and spend the last week looking for a midfielder.
 

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Ok, Belotti has exploded with Miha, so did Bacca.

But you think he can be the same player with our current clown coach?

Bacca didn't explode with Miha. He just played the same way he was playing before Milan. Actually he scored less than at Sevilla. Also Belotti had 12-14 goals last season? So he was due to explode this year no matter who the manager was
 
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