Lol, nice advice from king of ignoring. I've asked politely and multiple times for you to keep your word and avoid me on tuz, yet you are a little bitch who just has to do a little stab every now and then. So its off, I'm not gonna try to ignore you anymore
As I said, I haven't seen Can a lot, so hard to predict how that'll work, but imo that midfield risks losing the ball a lot, not much technical quality in there. hopefully we have real quality attacking fullbacks to help them out, I agree that it depends on the team around them.
What about Roma, PSG, Seville, Chelsea, Bayern, Manchester United, Napoli and I'm sure I'm forgetting some sides with good, but not elite central midfields? Surely some of them belong in the similar level bracket :D
so you'd say Can-Pjanič-Matuidi or Can-Pjanič, depending on the set-up, is among the top midfields in Europe? I can get that some people think that, I just don't think you get to facepalm people who don't :D
depends on what you consider midfield I guess, because D.Costa f.e. could (and I guess even should) be considered a mid in standard Juve 433/442 set-up and that guy clearly was on fire 2nd part of season.
if we're talking about central midfield specifically, I'd say Can will decide whether our...
they sure do, f.e. Pogba was offered to them and they said that they're not going to buy him for that money, so it's not like they splash whenever they want, their investments have a big upside and can be sold, unlike Higuain f.e. :P
Yeah, but that team was built by not selling anyone, the only meaningful players we sold during Conte era were Matri, Giacch and Esti, our growth all these years had a lot to do with a stable backbone that was created in our formative Conte years. That backbone is almost gone now.