I don’t want Kessie starting anymore for us. His head is clearly elsewhere. I’d rather play someone who loves this shirt over a mercenary who is just protecting himself for his next paycheck and doesn’t care about what happens to Milan.I would play Maignan; Calabria, Kalulu, Romagnoli, Theo; Bennacer, Tonali; Saeles, Kessie, Leao; Ibra against Inter. Let Kessie fuck with Brozovic and occupy him, provide steel, and that way, you can bring on Krunic for Bennacer, if he tires out, bring on Messias for Alexis if he runs out of gas, and you want to attack more, pull Kessie back into the mid if you want, and then Rebic can provide the extra push after Leao gases out, before Giroud to take over for Ibra. Bakayoko to destroy if needed.
Emm leao the only attacker who create goal chances is not your sad list?At this point, the players who will make me sad if they leave/not extend is only Maignan, Tomori, and Tonali. A proffesional that combine perfect skill with perfect mentality. Glad they only just started running on their contract.
*ps : Leao is not on my list because he's black (according to RnB's Anti-Racist Racist-Community)
Suso is the best attacking threat on his era but I don't rate him.Emm leao the only attacker who create goal chances is not your sad list?
Kulu definitely not worth 40M.
It's like they want to sell him for more in order to balance their books for the Vlahovic buy.
Imagine if they can't do it, they can't afford to grab Vlahovic.
Or if they buy him and can't match the sales, get in trouble with FFP next season (hopefully without CL money too).
Riches can do anything unimaginable to the poor
Even if they don't buy chiesa, chances of us hijacking that deal is too risky. Chiesa is very good, but the ACL injury makes it a very risky business. He may never come back as the same player again.
Hope isn't false because Inter are better. Imagine Inter with our injuries and refs, while we coast through the season with barely any missing players. They'd be the ones losing hope. Maybe it's a coincidence that we have so many injuries and they don't, maybe it's other factors like training and preparation. Who knows. But overall on a level playing field, they're not better than us.Kulusevski is a big no if Juve's demands are too unrealistic. They paid too much for him, and we should not be the ones financing their loss (and indirectly the Vlahovic transfer). If the price is realistic, a loan + option to buy would be a very good deal for us, but I doubt that Juve will agree to this.
Personally, I have already given up on the Scudetto though I still have a tiny hope heading into new match days. But realistically, the race is over and Inter are too strong to give up that many points. The important thing now is to stay in the top 4 and go all in for the new season. Consequently, the objective is rather to strengthen the team during the summer with important transfers instead of buying big this winter. Currently, we have the team to finish in the top 4. I know that this is a looser mentality, but I cannot have high hopes for the Scudetto anymore this season as the disappointment after lost points is too difficult to cope with.
Hopefully, we can beat Inter to make it more exciting, but I cannot give myself false hope anymore.
They have no injuries so they are better than us.Hope isn't false because Inter are better. Imagine Inter with our injuries and refs, while we coast through the season with barely any missing players. They'd be the ones losing hope. Maybe it's a coincidence that we have so many injuries and they don't, maybe it's other factors like training and preparation. Who knows. But overall on a level playing field, they're not better than us.