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Old 16.06.2019, 05:49 PM
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they are running the clubs like dopes and its biting them in the ****.



no way is he worth that salary and if they pay it they are done because everyone will want it.
but option 2 is seeing a 22 year old Rashford becoming a free agent next summer and been able to sign anywhere with United getting peanuts back.this and De Gea does show somewhere the united money men have a tough decision on 2 too make.

also doesn't help uniteds case when they are talking about paying £90m for Maguire,that shows there is plenty of money in the coffers.

Sarri officially gone.
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Old 16.06.2019, 06:05 PM
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but option 2 is seeing a 22 year old Rashford becoming a free agent next summer and been able to sign anywhere with United getting peanuts back.this and De Gea does show somewhere the united money men have a tough decision on 2 too make.

also doesn't help uniteds case when they are talking about paying £90m for Maguire,that shows there is plenty of money in the coffers.

Sarri officially gone.

they could sell now.
the fella isnt hitting the 20+ goals in the season worth of getting that wage.



silly to also let the contracts run down like that.



same with DDG get the cash and scout better.



crazy prices, for players, they need to skip the tunnel vision on players, £60m is ott for Harry, anything more than that it will end badly.
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Old 16.06.2019, 07:25 PM
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they could sell now.
the fella isnt hitting the 20+ goals in the season worth of getting that wage.



silly to also let the contracts run down like that.



same with DDG get the cash and scout better.



crazy prices, for players, they need to skip the tunnel vision on players, £60m is ott for Harry, anything more than that it will end badly.
£60m+ for the Palace full back after 1 decent season shows how sill prices are and some of the top teams need to up there home grown numbers that doesn't help.

on Rashford he I is a player that can start for United and England but there wage structure is so out of step with almost every other PL club.

even if they get Rashford at £250k a week then his next deal when he is in his prime mid 20's will be even more ridiculous.

see even Pogba is talking aboutmaybe moving on,he seems to forget he is currently under a nice contract and its not really his choice.
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£60m+ for the Palace full back after 1 decent season shows how sill prices are and some of the top teams need to up there home grown numbers that doesn't help.

on Rashford he I is a player that can start for United and England but there wage structure is so out of step with almost every other PL club.

even if they get Rashford at £250k a week then his next deal when he is in his prime mid 20's will be even more ridiculous.

see even Pogba is talking aboutmaybe moving on,he seems to forget he is currently under a nice contract and its not really his choice.

again he should be £40m max and even thats ott, they need to set a price and then move on if the club wants a silly sum.



£200k a week for Rashford plus bonuses, is probably about right in this situation.



on Pogba they should set a price and a deadline for a deal to be made.
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Old 17.06.2019, 03:34 PM
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Utd have had a £50m rejected for AWB.

I'd tell them to take it or leave, or restructure how it's paid, but anything north of that figure is silly (if it isn't already).
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Old 17.06.2019, 03:51 PM
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Utd have had a £50m rejected for AWB.

I'd tell them to take it or leave, or restructure how it's paid, but anything north of that figure is silly (if it isn't already).

indeed, thats more than a fair price, probably £10/15m too much really.
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Old 17.06.2019, 06:10 PM
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Utd have had a £50m rejected for AWB.

I'd tell them to take it or leave, or restructure how it's paid, but anything north of that figure is silly (if it isn't already).
for United if no other team enter the biding they should just make the take it or leave it but Palace have said they don't want to sell so that could be the end of it but United are DESPERATE for full backs and people know it so they will have to buy some one and prices are just going up not down.
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Old 18.06.2019, 10:41 AM
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City's first move of the summer.

Rodri for £60m+ from Atletico. Activated his release clause apparently. A nice little profit for Atletico, they signed him for £20m last summer. European sides are good at that. Making massive profit exploiting English clubs short term approach.
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Old 18.06.2019, 12:31 PM
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City's first move of the summer.

Rodri for £60m+ from Atletico. Activated his release clause apparently. A nice little profit for Atletico, they signed him for £20m last summer. European sides are good at that. Making massive profit exploiting English clubs short term approach.

for me its down to scouting for the big clubs becoming too narrow (at leas in how they act on it.)
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Old 18.06.2019, 04:45 PM
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for me its down to scouting for the big clubs becoming too narrow (at leas in how they act on it.)
I think they've just got money to 'waste'. They're are 'lazy' in the respect of not having to look for good deals. They can afford to wait on a player to prove themselves, then pay over the odds for a player they were aware of the season before.

In some ways it's like paying clubs to develop their players. They'd sooner pay twice as much for a player they have a need for, than pay half as much but then have to loan them out or limit their playing time.

I'm guessing Rodri is a Fernandinho successor? Don't really know too much about him tbh.
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