Rolando Mandragora* (2 Viewers)

Ocelot

Midnight Marauder
Jul 13, 2013
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#7
What an awesome name.


And it will probably be one of those Boakye/Gabbiadini/Berardi/Zaza/Sturaro deals just without co-ownerships. Buy them when they're still young and cheap, keep them at their clubs/loaned out, and if they become good enough bring them in. Otherwise, sell them for profit.

Smart model without many drawbacks tbh.
 
OP
OP
DutchJuventino
Apr 9, 2015
2,997
#10
His style is Khedira-like imo. Good tackler and good interceptions, but his footballing-abilities aren't really special but proper. He has less grinta and agression than Sturaro, but Mandro is way more comfortable on the ball and a better passer, like Khedira again. He has still a long way to go, but it will be good to buy him and loan him out. We can always sell him to a Premier League club for 10+ millions :lol:
 

icemaη

Rab's Husband - The Regista
Moderator
Aug 27, 2008
29,961
#11
What an awesome name.


And it will probably be one of those Boakye/Gabbiadini/Berardi/Zaza/Sturaro deals just without co-ownerships. Buy them when they're still young and cheap, keep them at their clubs/loaned out, and if they become good enough bring them in. Otherwise, sell them for profit.

Smart model without many drawbacks tbh.
Other than pissing off Tuz when he doesn't get a chance to play here :D
 

rakib567

Senior Member
Apr 27, 2013
8,538
#12
What an awesome name.


And it will probably be one of those Boakye/Gabbiadini/Berardi/Zaza/Sturaro deals just without co-ownerships. Buy them when they're still young and cheap, keep them at their clubs/loaned out, and if they become good enough bring them in. Otherwise, sell them for profit.

Smart model without many drawbacks tbh.

we should have brought gabbiadini here :sad:
 

Xperd

Legendary G.O.A.T
Jun 1, 2012
24,960
#15
Juventus have an agreement in principle with Genoa for Mandragora, he will cost about €10m, according to Sky.
 

VuvuzelaBzz

Son of a Shepherd
Jun 23, 2013
308
#19
If the reported price of 10 mil is to be believed, he'd be the most expensive youngster we've bought in the Marotta era without intentions of having an immediate impact. It would seem he's someone we view as an eventual Juve player, as opposed to being one of the buy -> loan -> sell purchases. Obviously he'll be sold if he doesn't pan out, but I don't think that's the plan going in.

Hope he's good.
 

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