Erling Braut Håland - Striker - Red Bull Salzburg (2 Viewers)

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Arcticdaly

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Oct 3, 2018
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I can see why they would want to sign him as the current strikers are all old and some young fresh blood is needed but he is a slow,poacher type player with alot of talent but he is not a Mbappe that has pace to burn and can dribble to create some goals himself and are current strikers already have one the worst service in europe and have too create all there own goals themselves so he will struggle, but can sell him on in few years for big fee and thats the main thing.:grin:
 

Quetzalcoatl

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I can see why they would want to sign him as the current strikers are all old and some young frssh blood is needed but he is a slow,poacher type player with alot of talent but he is not a Mbappe that has pace to burn and can dribble to create some goals himself and are current strikers already have one the worst service in europe and have too create all there own goals so he will struggle but can sell him on in few years for big fee and thats the main thing.:grin:
The question is... how well can he assist the GOAT?
 

Suns

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May 22, 2009
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Hope we sign him for that price. Seems like they mean business with the whole 'we want to find the next Ronaldo' strategy that Agnelli spoke about prior to signing De Ligt. Let's hope we don't get too fascinated with trying to find the next Ronaldo and spend all of our money on that.
 
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Hope we sign him for that price. Seems like they mean business with the whole 'we want to find the next Ronaldo' strategy that Agnelli spoke about prior to signing De Ligt. Let's hope we don't get too fascinated with trying to find the next Ronaldo and spend all of our money on that.

His signing seems like a no brainer, but what you said is what im afraid of. Our attackers are awesome but they will be heavily restricted without a proper midfield as demonstrated already.
 

Pegi

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seriously, it would be nice signing with that price but why would he want to come here, as a substitute or does he expect to be a starter? Are we loaning him to somewhere or what?
 

Liviu

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If we gonna keep playing the trident, adding another striker (finisher) is a must. he won't be a starter but he'll have plenty of minutes. For 30M would be kinda stupid to pass, although I wish we can sell some deadwood to somehow fix that midfield.
 

Hust

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Haaland prices out Juve?

By Football Italia staff

Erling Haaland’s wage demands are proving to be a problem for Juventus, reports Tuttosport.
The Old Lady have been linked with the striker for several months, along with Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig and Manchester United.
They emerged as favourites to land the 19-year-old earlier this week due to the influence of agent Mino Raiola.
However, the Turin daily claims Haaland’s salary requests are becoming a sticking point in negotiations with Juve.
The Norwegian is said to be seeking €8m a season, which would place him fourth on the Bianconeri’s wage bill, behind Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Dybala amd Gonzalo Higuain.
However, Juve would be currently trying to trim their wage bill as it’s the third largest of any sports team in the world.
It remains to be seen at this stage whether the Scudetto holders will give in to Haaland’s demands or cool their interest.
Haaland has scored 28 goals in 22 games in all competitiions for Salzburg this season, including eight in six Champions League matches.

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LOL 8m
 

Ronn

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May 3, 2012
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Raiola negotiated a high wage for De Ligt. He probably would seek a similar wage for Haaland. That’s not surprising at all.
 
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