Summer Mercato Thread 2020-21 (216 Viewers)

Ronn

#TeamPestoFlies
May 3, 2012
13,278
The only way for us to become a great international club is to rectify the below problems:

1) remove Juve from italy. Italy is a nation whose football is at China level currently. CR7 coming was the last good thing that happened for Serie A. Italy’s society is laidback, racist, and slow to changes. Top young talents see this place as the worst place for their family. Losers like Pjanic see this place as the best place for their family because the changes are so slow that by the time the club wants to get rid of him, he would be retiring anyway. EPL is where Juve should be. But at our level, England will probably want us to start from League 1.

2) change our jersey. In the history of European football, black and white stripes are considered to be the wallflower of football jerseys. The moment footballers put this jersey on, they become mental midgets. Only a GOAT like CR7 can ignore this drawback and still deliver magical performances likethe one in Madrid comeback. Even our past ‘greats’ like Adp would never have that mentality to do that.

3) fire all Italians in this club (except Buffon and Chiellini as fans love them). For the past ten years, Italians genetics is to fail at football from business, coaching, to playing level. It must be the pasta or the salt they use from the region. It damages their genes and cause their offspring to have underdeveloped footballing talents.

Once the above three is done, you will see players like Sancho Mbappe sprinting into our club and winning ECL will be our annual entitlement.
:sergio:
Why are you even a Juve fan?
 

KB824

Senior Member
Sep 16, 2003
31,538
Can someone please remind me of the exact moment Arthur Melo became worth 80 million? My memory escapes me on this one

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Arthur now open to Pjanic exchange

By Football Italia staff




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Multiple sources claim Arthur Melo is opening up to a Juventus transfer, in exchange for cash plus Miralem Pjanic to Barcelona, but a deadline looms.
The deal arguably would’ve been done weeks ago had Arthur not dug his heels in and refused to leave Camp Nou.
However, after Barcelona tried to explain to him that he wouldn’t get much playing time, as confirmed by the few games we’ve had since the lockdown ended, it appears as if they’ve been able to convince him.
According to Sky Sport Italia transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio and Spanish newspaper Sport, Arthur is beginning to soften his stance on Juventus.
That is in part helped by a huge salary increase of €5m per year to come to Turin.
There is another issue, in that the two clubs are whittling down the differences in their transfer valuation of the two players.
Barcelona want €80m for Arthur, while they consider Pjanic to be worth ‘just’ €70m, so the Bianconeri would need to add in a cash sum to make up the gap.
There is a deadline, however, because both clubs want a deal to balance the books by the end of the fiscal year on June 30.
 

s4tch

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Mar 23, 2015
13,496
Can someone please remind me of the exact moment Arthur Melo became worth 80 million?
the same moment when barca are ready to rate pjanic at 70m

this is just an other plusvalenza generating deal above all if it ever goes through

also, we rarely talk about the end of the financial year which is 30th june. either it happens in a few days, or this year will produce an unprecedented loss.
 

Raphaël

Senior Member
Apr 17, 2013
2,531
I already said it but Fabio's place is next to Maddof
When we have to amortize Melo more than 16 million a year (80/5) without his salary, we'll be in an even more shitty situation, we really have to stop this headlong rush, and clean up the bullshit done rather than falsify.
 

Orgut

Senior Member
Dec 31, 2002
13,173
Solid player,
but he is nearly 30 (thought he was way younger), plays in a position that should be the least of our concern, and will be expensive.

maybe if we get rid of Gonzalo and need a backup striker a swap deal for Berna/Rugani might be possible, but other than that id rather spend the money elsewhere
Actually we need a forward although it is also true we need central midfielders more..

Best mercato for us is to get Pogba and get rid of Rabiot on the way while also addressing our attacking situation with a serious forward (or winger depends on where Ronaldo plays)

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yup, and a pretty weak one at it

our trolls are like our midfield :depressed:
Im confused.. Its funny but then I think about our midfield and my expression change..
 

LiquidPLP

Senior Member
Jun 9, 2012
8,829
Can someone please remind me of the exact moment Arthur Melo became worth 80 million? My memory escapes me on this one

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Arthur now open to Pjanic exchange

By Football Italia staff





arthur-1909-epa_8.jpg

EPA.png








Multiple sources claim Arthur Melo is opening up to a Juventus transfer, in exchange for cash plus Miralem Pjanic to Barcelona, but a deadline looms.
The deal arguably would’ve been done weeks ago had Arthur not dug his heels in and refused to leave Camp Nou.
However, after Barcelona tried to explain to him that he wouldn’t get much playing time, as confirmed by the few games we’ve had since the lockdown ended, it appears as if they’ve been able to convince him.
According to Sky Sport Italia transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio and Spanish newspaper Sport, Arthur is beginning to soften his stance on Juventus.
That is in part helped by a huge salary increase of €5m per year to come to Turin.
There is another issue, in that the two clubs are whittling down the differences in their transfer valuation of the two players.
Barcelona want €80m for Arthur, while they consider Pjanic to be worth ‘just’ €70m, so the Bianconeri would need to add in a cash sum to make up the gap.
There is a deadline, however, because both clubs want a deal to balance the books by the end of the fiscal year on June 30.
LOL at those valuations. Another plusvalenza bullshit done by the two broken clubs who have spent over their limits for the past few years.
 

Dru

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Premium
Aug 8, 2006
62,499
The only way for us to become a great international club is to rectify the below problems:

1) remove Juve from italy. Italy is a nation whose football is at China level currently. CR7 coming was the last good thing that happened for Serie A. Italy’s society is laidback, racist, and slow to changes. Top young talents see this place as the worst place for their family. Losers like Pjanic see this place as the best place for their family because the changes are so slow that by the time the club wants to get rid of him, he would be retiring anyway. EPL is where Juve should be. But at our level, England will probably want us to start from League 1.

2) change our jersey. In the history of European football, black and white stripes are considered to be the wallflower of football jerseys. The moment footballers put this jersey on, they become mental midgets. Only a GOAT like CR7 can ignore this drawback and still deliver magical performances likethe one in Madrid comeback. Even our past ‘greats’ like Adp would never have that mentality to do that.

3) fire all Italians in this club (except Buffon and Chiellini as fans love them). For the past ten years, Italians genetics is to fail at football from business, coaching, to playing level. It must be the pasta or the salt they use from the region. It damages their genes and cause their offspring to have underdeveloped footballing talents.

Once the above three is done, you will see players like Sancho Mbappe sprinting into our club and winning ECL will be our annual entitlement.
Oddly enough, I agree with several points made in this post. Or at least the underlying concepts
 

Beki

Senior Member
Jul 9, 2012
826
Is it possible that UEFA could investigate this Pjanic-Arthur swap if deal will go through with those 70M and 80M sums? This will only be about balancing the sheets for 2 financially fucked up clubs...
 

Fab Fragment

Senior Member
Dec 22, 2018
870
The only way for us to become a great international club is to rectify the below problems:

1) remove Juve from italy. Italy is a nation whose football is at China level currently. CR7 coming was the last good thing that happened for Serie A. Italy’s society is laidback, racist, and slow to changes. Top young talents see this place as the worst place for their family. Losers like Pjanic see this place as the best place for their family because the changes are so slow that by the time the club wants to get rid of him, he would be retiring anyway. EPL is where Juve should be. But at our level, England will probably want us to start from League 1.

2) change our jersey. In the history of European football, black and white stripes are considered to be the wallflower of football jerseys. The moment footballers put this jersey on, they become mental midgets. Only a GOAT like CR7 can ignore this drawback and still deliver magical performances likethe one in Madrid comeback. Even our past ‘greats’ like Adp would never have that mentality to do that.

3) fire all Italians in this club (except Buffon and Chiellini as fans love them). For the past ten years, Italians genetics is to fail at football from business, coaching, to playing level. It must be the pasta or the salt they use from the region. It damages their genes and cause their offspring to have underdeveloped footballing talents.

Once the above three is done, you will see players like Sancho Mbappe sprinting into our club and winning ECL will be our annual entitlement.

And lose our identity?
 

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