If they do that, their 1.3B investment will quicky turn into a 250M value. I am sure that is not what they want. They may not manage 50B but they do manage a few B, and even to do that you need a minimum level of business savvy.yeehh just keep telling that to yourself,
when redshit offers leao 4.5 mil and he says now i want 6 mil they will do whattt
Sell,what will happen to tomori when he asks 5 mil,sell ,what will hapen to theo when he asks 6 mil sell
So what do you expect whoever buy the club will do if not, the least , continue Elliot's approach which is fine by me ?You forget that in modern football you can aim at the very top only if you invest adequately.
Now to expect that every season Maldini and the company will discover the new Leao and Theo is really rude.
Looking at the statistics, the former Lille goalkeeper stands out above all overs; he has a Post-Shot Expected Goals minus Goals Allowed of +7.1, the best in the league and far above second place Davide Ospina, who has a PSxG+/- of +5.2. The stat essentially suggests Maignan has saved seven goals from going in, based on the accumulative quality of shots faced.
At the beginning of this season I have been called "ignorant" on another (Milan)Are you that ignorent fuck man,do you belive we will be competetiv again with this team next year also,
off course money istn everything but you simple cant understand we will have to sell best players with redshit for sure.
I imagine Elliott values a post-stadium Milan at more than Chelsea, because it would not have the encumbered stadium. It would probably value a post CL winning Milan at over 3.If the payout is 500, it’s reasonable to assume that Elliott values the club at close to 2.3 million in the near future. Rather than risking it themselves, they’re choosing to exit with a high chance of getting half of that.
A bird in hand rather than 2 in the bush perhaps. I’m not an expert but this seems the bridge between the 2 valuations.
Until the clauses become known (and I hope they do), it’s hard to speculate otherwise. I doubt it’s linked tk the stadium alone though - why would we RedBird spend a billion on the stadium and be forced to pay another 500m to Elliott?
I am assuming it is based on 1)Revenue parameters and 2)competition performance
Generally your'e right, football prices inflation is much higher then general inflation. But comparing outliers is not a good way to calculate it. Especially theFootball inflation is not the same as general inflation. The year Shevchenko came to Milan, Inter broke the transfer record by paying 45 mil for Vieri. Currently the transfer record is 225 mil which is 5 times the 1999 record. So the 25 mil paid for Shevchenko would be around 125 million (25 * 5) in today's market.
The Sheva transfer was also Milan's own transfer record at the time. Now the highest transfers for Milan is Bonucci at around 42 million and Rui Costa for around 40 mil. Basically 43 mil in today's market is clearly not a super high amount and transfers above that amount are routine. 25 mil in 1999 was a pretty big amount.
What is Redbirds connection to Comolli?Shit, if they are spending 1.8, their selling point may be closer to 4, come to think of it.
I think we underestimate the value of Milan's brand due to the banter era, because I don't think the damage done in the perception of fans like us matches up with that of the casual fans, where you make your money.
Winning makes you money. As long as that Comolli stays away, I'll take Redbird.
And i answered that numbers arent everything.The point was that you are celebrating the signing of a super sub, while hating on a starter who this season alone scored half the goals the super sub has in his entire career. And he is not even a striker something the super sub is
Generally your'e right, football prices inflation is much higher then general inflation. But comparing outliers is not a good way to calculate it. Especially the
MbappeNeymar price is not a good measure of anything, other than some rich dude's ego.
Neymar's fee was the one that fundamentally fucked up the market. All those prices you quote came after Neymar.Even the transfers from clubs without state owners ( PSG and Man City ) are much higher now. The outliers can skew things. But even 225 for Neymar doesn't feel like a skewed outlier when you see that Real offered 200 mil for Mbappe last year, Barca paid around 150 mil for Coutinho and another 150 mil for Dembele, Felix to Athletico for around 120 mi, Lukaku to Chelsea for around 120 mil.,,,
80-100 mil plus transfers seem more common these days than 25 mil plus transfers back in 1999.
Was wondering where I heard this name before. This guy seems to have had success at arsenal under Wenger in their peak years, but shat the bed at spurs and Liverpool before fading away (he was the first DS appointed after FSG takeover)He is their guy who runs Toulouse and they seem to have a lot of faith in him. I think he's great at finding random French targets from time to time, but he is a hack once you get past midtable Ligue 1 expectations.
You can put him on ignore, not reply or post something else to branch out the conversation.patosheva needs a timeout for a week to calm down, this childish overreacting is annoying af
The only way he becomes palatable is if he is brought in to preform the Firmino role. Morata, to his credit, is very good at that.Here’s something to distract you from ownership
AC Milan are tempted by the idea of making a move for Alvaro Morata who should leave Juventus once his loan there is over
Chelsea had to because Real Barca and Utd were 'king' and they had to break into the clubNeymar's fee was the one that fundamentally fucked up the market. All those prices you quote came after Neymar.
Chelsea started off the insane spending, but PSG put gas lighter fluid on it, while Neymar's more than doubled the record.
Wall Street Journal: 'China directive: no to foreign property for Communist Party top officials'. Suning risks having to leave Inter
Zhang family, given that Jindong, owner of the Nerazzurri club and number one of the Nanjing giant, is actively involved in the politics of the Chinese Communist Party