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Jun 16, 2020
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DOUGLAS COSTS TOWARDS THE WOLVERHAMPTON

Juventus are negotiating with the English club for the transfer of the Brazilian exterior.

The negotiation could be closed on a basis of EUR 16 million, meaning the depreciation that remained to be depreciated in the remaining year and a half contract.

Bayern Munich have already given their Ok to the loan termination, the only thing missing is the deal between the player and what everyone hopes will become his future company!

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Sounds to good to be true
 

james95

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Sep 2, 2018
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DOUGLAS COSTS TOWARDS THE WOLVERHAMPTON

Juventus are negotiating with the English club for the transfer of the Brazilian exterior.

The negotiation could be closed on a basis of EUR 16 million, meaning the depreciation that remained to be depreciated in the remaining year and a half contract.

Bayern Munich have already given their Ok to the loan termination, the only thing missing is the deal between the player and what everyone hopes will become his future company!

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https://www.instagram.com/aggiornamento.juventino/?hl=it

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From living in Munich and Turin to living in Wolverhampton...ouch. That's a serious downgrade in environment and city life never mind the clubs he's playing for.
 

Tak!

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Jun 23, 2011
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Short-term it might hurt us but long-term, selling him to Milan would benefit us. His wage would hurt them (as he is hurting us, but them much more). He would be a real upgrade for them so for this year it is a bad move. But long-term, more harm than benefit. And we need to get rid of him.
 
Nov 25, 2005
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Short-term it might hurt us but long-term, selling him to Milan would benefit us. His wage would hurt them (as he is hurting us, but them much more). He would be a real upgrade for them so for this year it is a bad move. But long-term, more harm than benefit. And we need to get rid of him.
Meh, would miss most games due to injury anyway.
 

Buck Fuddy

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May 22, 2009
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Short-term it might hurt us but long-term, selling him to Milan would benefit us. His wage would hurt them (as he is hurting us, but them much more). He would be a real upgrade for them so for this year it is a bad move. But long-term, more harm than benefit. And we need to get rid of him.
Given how "reliable" he is, I don't think Douglas Costa would be a real upgrade for any team out there. At least not for teams who have the money to pay for him.
 

Tak!

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Jun 23, 2011
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Diaz and the rest they have as wingers are so average. Costa is an upgrade on them. But he being indisposed most of the time was kind of what I meant. He would cause more problems for them and still help us. So I am all for it.
 

piotrr

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Sep 13, 2011
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Short-term it might hurt us but long-term, selling him to Milan would benefit us. His wage would hurt them (as he is hurting us, but them much more). He would be a real upgrade for them so for this year it is a bad move. But long-term, more harm than benefit. And we need to get rid of him.
Selling him anywhere would benefit us.
I already see us loaning him out until his contract expires.
 

Suns

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May 22, 2009
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I mean if he's not getting any playing time at all and we have half our team injured then we should recall him. No point in having his value tank on Bayern's bench when we could use him.
 

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