Moise Kean (6 Viewers)

KB824

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Sep 16, 2003
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We have to balance the books, and when we can't sell the players we want to sell for whatever reason we have to make other sacrifices. That's just fact

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I wouldn't need to, he already proved that at Juve and now at inda since he can't even sell the club's biggest asset which is plummeting in value
And if Higuain goes to, let's say, Roma as it is once again being reported. What is the reasoning then for selling Kean?
 

s4tch

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Mar 23, 2015
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Why do people think there will be a buyback option?

Everton would have (rightly) told us to fuck off. They know we love nothing more than plusvalenza so knew we were desperate to sell so took advantage of us.
also, the guy is a prototype epl player with his stupid dance moves. he probably wanted to leave, and raiola brought him a better offer that juve didn't want to match. 3m is a lot of money for him.

i'd still love him to stay and develop here. anyway...
 
Apr 19, 2007
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Random thought. A player has to spend 2 years out of Italy to get the tax break. Could we have some form of gentlemans agreement to get him back for a set fee or whatever so he can gain playing time at a top side but also come back for a huge tax break
 

Epic

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Jan 7, 2013
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Our hands were tied. It was either getting 40 million now, or losing him for free next year or offering him 3m contract and paying another 5m commision to Raiola. It is not like we could simply reject the offer and keep him.
 

radekas

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Aug 26, 2009
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Why are people even bringing Marotta everywhere? Does he still have "followers" here for some reason?

Both him and Paratici made good and terrible deals so I don't see any point in this weird clan fight.
 

Fr3sh

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Jul 12, 2011
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Random thought. A player has to spend 2 years out of Italy to get the tax break. Could we have some form of gentlemans agreement to get him back for a set fee or whatever so he can gain playing time at a top side but also come back for a huge tax break
Makes sense, but I doubt it. They went for the quick easy buck. It's best for Kean to leave anyway, he wouldn't have had much game time here, and he probably wouldn't have developped properly in Italy. At least now he will flourish in the best league in the world. In no time he'll be leading the line for the likes of Klopp/Pep/Poch

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Besides, why stick around to get boo'ed and receive monkey chants, just to be scolded by your own teammate :lol:
 

Vlad

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May 23, 2011
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Our hands were tied. It was either getting 40 million now, or losing him for free next year or offering him 3m contract and paying another 5m commision to Raiola. It is not like we could simply reject the offer and keep him.
:touched:

We seemed to be constantly shackled.
 

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