Official: Legro to Bologna (loan) (1 Viewer)

TroGeee

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Jun 3, 2003
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Ufficiale: Legrottaglie in prestito dalla Juventus
18/01/2005
La società Bologna F.C. 1909 comunica che è stato perfezionato l’acquisto del giocatore Nicola Legrottaglie, giunto dalla Juventus a titolo temporaneo fino a giugno 2005.
 

Tacca03

Junior Member
May 24, 2003
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++ [ originally posted by DelpieroForLife ] ++
For god sake why not PERMENANT SELL
Mate, I'm actually happy that we only loaned him out.

There is no way we can get a decent sum by selling him at the moment.

So, why not just loan him, and hey, maybe he would rediscover his Chievo form at Bologna.

That way we can get a decent price for him or even better still, bring a confident and in form player back!

We won't lose much even if the player flop - again - at Bologna, don't we?

Forza Juve,

Tacca03
 

Daddi

In Conte we trust!
Oct 27, 2004
7,890
#5
at last we did something about him! we loaned him out. Okay, its better than having him in Turin, so im extremely happy. Next is Appiah and Montero!
 

Geof

Senior Member
May 14, 2004
6,740
#6
++ [ originally posted by Tacca03 ] ++


Mate, I'm actually happy that we only loaned him out.

There is no way we can get a decent sum by selling him at the moment.

So, why not just loan him, and hey, maybe he would rediscover his Chievo form at Bologna.

That way we can get a decent price for him or even better still, bring a confident and in form player back!

We won't lose much even if the player flop - again - at Bologna, don't we?

Forza Juve,

Tacca03
agreed
 

swag

L'autista
Administrator
Sep 23, 2003
76,321
#7
Given his golden dustbin award this year, I agree that we have more to win than lose by loaning him out first and seeing if he can prove himself as an improved player elsewhere ... before we commit to selling him at a final price.
 

arc

Senior Member
Mar 11, 2004
4,073
#10
++ [ originally posted by DelpieroForLife ] ++
For god sake why not PERMENANT SELL
loan is ok, at least he wont mess up our defensive this season
in the summer, we gonna offer him n nonda for chivu
wahahaha
 

arc

Senior Member
Mar 11, 2004
4,073
#11
++ [ originally posted by swag ] ++
Given his golden dustbin award this year, I agree that we have more to win than lose by loaning him out first and seeing if he can prove himself as an improved player elsewhere ... before we commit to selling him at a final price.
exactly, also givin him some playing time elsewhere might boost his selling price
 

Nicole

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Sep 16, 2004
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#15
Do you really think that Bologna would sell Meghni for Legro? Would that not be (on Bologna's part) the worst piece of business ever?
 

Geof

Senior Member
May 14, 2004
6,740
#16
++ [ originally posted by Nicole ] ++
Do you really think that Bologna would sell Meghni for Legro? Would that not be (on Bologna's part) the worst piece of business ever?
Well, I read the loan of Legro gives us an option on Meghni. Of course we still have to pay the price, but no ther team will be allowed to sign Meghni during the time of the option.
 

djleli

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Aug 12, 2004
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#19
well you better check out the news mate, because moggi is very intrested in megnhi .... we will surely get either megnhi or mascherano .
 

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