They sold them because they bought them with money they didnt have in the first place.They sold Lukaku and Hakimi for €115M.
Kessie isn't worth 4m, I genuinely don't give a shit if he stays or goes. Maignan is better than Donna.Yeah, Milan needs to give them for free because we can’t pay €5M salaries.
But if they win and get new owners a few years from now and reload - does it matter? They will have a title to show for it.Considering how old their team is, that they are over 700m in debt, that their owners are in such debt that it threatens the Chinese and world economies, and that their team is the oldest in Serie A, so they will need to replace players, because they have three young players (Lautaro, Barella, and Bastoni) who seem to be the most likely to be sold, but yeah, them being one point ahead of us at this point in the season means it's over for us.
Who is going to buy Inter for 1b? That's how much they cost now. Let's say they're worth around 300m. Shit, let's say 400m. Or 200m. Whatever valuation you want. That's with 700m in debts.But if they win and get new owners a few years from now and reload - does it matter? They will have a title to show for it.
I was not saying Inter is definitely going to win and there is no hope for us. I'm just pointing out that they are different ways to go about constructing winning teams and at the end of the day if you add to your trophy cabinet most arent going to care how its done. Whether Juve and Inter fall off a cliff or reload quickly doesnt matter... Milan has to continue to improve.
Exactly. Imagine how far worse we would be this season if we had not taken up the option to buy Tomori.you are forgetting that Milan only invested into players that had been here on loan
Inter is not the same. Dzeko is old. Lets see how they keep this form, especially in CL against solid opposition
I actually didn't say that, I was talking about them long-term, but you keep pretending I said things I didn't, whatever helps you sleep at night.Yeah - write all you want but you are just projecting your hopes - You said this year they were going to be shit because they had to dump all their best players. The league allowed them to get away with it once so I am not so confident that its an absolute guarantee that inter and Juve are going away for the next decade but hey - do what you got to do to sleep at night.
I never said inter was blowing doors off anyone - I just asked you a question when you said 'guess who they are going to sell'
Milan is on the right trajectory but we still have to claim trophies - until we do I will always be anxious
It also doesnt help that at this moment we arent playing at all well.
In terms of developing the club there is nothing wrong with a top 4 finish though. Scudetto would be great but if we manage to reliably stay in top 4 the coming years its already a massive step, I would still be happy with the season if we "only" get top 4.
I would be extremely disappointed if we dont win this season and more so if we dont try to purchase upgrades in winter. As in we fade down the stretch again with the same issues plaguing us.In terms of developing the club there is nothing wrong with a top 4 finish though. Scudetto would be great but if we manage to reliably stay in top 4 the coming years its already a massive step, I would still be happy with the season if we "only" get top 4.
their core is Skriniar, Bastoni, Barella and sometimes Brozo. Take 3 of them out and they will collapse.The only positive thing for Inter financially is that the system created by Conte is well oiled up and most players are performing well. This means that these players can be sold for profit or at least for no loss. Unlike Juventus who is stuck with Ramsey, Rabiot, Bernardeschi, or before with Matuidi and Khedira.
Get ready to be disappointed then. We are not winning Scudetto this year.I would be extremely disappointed if we dont win this season and more so if we dont try to purchase upgrades in winter. As in we fade down the stretch again with the same issues plaguing us.
Next season I cant say until we see how other teams approach their windows in summer.