Man with a Plan
- Jun 8, 2003
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If it's Atletico that's probably game over. They have money and pay and that setup is a no brainer for him in terms of the player complement.If it turns in a bidding war, (most likely) we will not participate. That said, anyone that picks Rube over us right now has serious mental issues . And I am not even going to mention Fiorentina (I like the team, I have a brother and a son-in-law that are big fans, but they are forever mid-table). The problem is Atleti is (rumored to be) also after the dude.
What are you even talking about?c'mon, man, wots this? Go try telling the league that juve dont own these players so take away all points they've won through these players.
juve's owners will always eat juve's debt np.
Kessie to Tottenham for 20m and Kamara in for a nominal fee? Wouldn’t say no to that, especially with AFCONMilan have reportedly set their sights on Olympique Marseille midfielder Boubacar Kamara as the replacement for Franck Kessie.
While Kessie is refusing to sign a new contract, it becomes increasingly likely he could leave in January for a minimal fee.
As for Kamara, the France Under-21 international turns 22 later this month and his contract runs to June 2022.
That means he will be a free agent at the end of the season and does not seem to be intent on agreeing an extension.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport and Sportitalia transfer expert Alfredo Pedullà, Kamara is the first choice for Milan to replace Kessie.
His versatility is also impressive, able to play as a defensive midfielder or as a centre-back in the mould of former Milan icon Marcel Desailly.
Kamara has made 14 competitive appearances for Olympique Marseille so far this season, contributing one goal.
Despite not yet being 22, he already has 136 matches under his belt for the Ligue 1 side, in which he scored four goals and assisted five.
Money does not grow on trees. Someone has to come up with the funds to cover Rube's losses. The Agnelli family has a lot of money, but even they cannot keep dumping it forever into what has become a money pit. At some point someone will wake up and ask them to re-organize on a more "sustainable" basis.'Course its not the transfer budget... but its money there for juve to use... sum1 gave it to them.
juve keeps losing money... their accounts keep getting replenished. Dont really know wots all the fuss abt.
And a lot of their players are past their best and on a high salary. Sounds like the same problem Milan had circa a decade ago. Aint't gonna be easy for them.That's not how FFP works. Otherwise every club would just 'replenish' their losses. No business owner wants to keep offsetting losses, especially ones as big as Juve's. Berlusconi gave up and sold because of this. They have a huge imbalance in their books, they need to drop their expenditures by a huge margin. They can't invest in the squad without selling a lot of players.
Its been that way since 1923.Money does not grow on trees. Someone has to come up with the funds to cover Rube's losses. The Agnelli family has a lot of money, but even they cannot keep dumping it forever into what has become a money pit. At some point someone will wake up and ask them to re-organize on a more "sustainable" basis.
If there wasn't an AFCON, Kessie could be sold. But I think him leaving will hurt even his January transfer value.Kessie to Tottenham for 20m and Kamara in for a nominal fee? Wouldn’t say no to that, especially with AFCON
Great. Sell all the good players (the ones that actually make a difference) and keep the ones they cannot sell. That strategy will work wonders for them.So juve cant monetize on Chiesa? God's honest truth, they can return the fecker for a start and write off the loan... they cud even accept £70/80m and throw €60 at Fiorentina at their own leisurely timeframe of 3yrs still.
The way Kessie has been playing recently, he is not much on a loss for us. I understand that we are not likely to get much, but (after the Inter game) I would be happy to see 15M for him, maybe even 10M. I am hopeful Conte will have one of his usual meltdowns and force the Spurs to buy the players he wants.If there wasn't an AFCON, Kessie could be sold. But I think him leaving will hurt even his January transfer value.
I think we lose him in the summer for free and replace him with Pobega or Kamara.
Kessie at his best can be an incredible player. But his energy and physicality can be replaced, an in-form Bakayoko is the better player.
The problem is that both of them have been spotty. I think Bakayoko is the true replacement for Kessie, as long as he shows he can play to his potential, Pobega is the other option.