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The Quazis

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The problem is Chelsea have a policy of only giving one year contracts to players over 30 and I doubt higuain would agree to that, rightfully so too
Agreed, however, they're not in a position to set demands. If they miss out on CL again (not to mention that even when they were in it, their performance was very bad) their star players will ask for transfers and they will have to build a team from scratch.
lol, remember when some smartasses were claiming how the Rugani to Chelsea rumor in the summer was BS.
I don't think anybody doubted the offer. It was pretty certain we won't sell him for 40mln. I believe we would only consider a sale for a figure of 60+.

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Juve and Genoa unite for Zurkowski | Football Italia
Juventus and Genoa are reportedly working together to secure Gornik Zabrze midfielder Szymon Zurkowski, surprising Fiorentina.
The 21-year-old is only under contract until June 2020 and therefore available at a relatively low transfer fee.
According to Sky Sport Italia and other sources, Juventus plan to purchase Zurkowski via a deal with Genoa, helping him to acclimatise to Serie A.
The Poland Under-21 international would get to work with fellow countryman Krzysztof Piatek at Marassi.
Fiorentina had already been tracking Zurkowski, who this season has four goals and three assists in 21 competitive games for Gornik Zabrze.

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Another polish @Mark ?

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@piotrr what say u
 
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Juve and Genoa unite for Zurkowski | Football Italia
Juventus and Genoa are reportedly working together to secure Gornik Zabrze midfielder Szymon Zurkowski, surprising Fiorentina.
The 21-year-old is only under contract until June 2020 and therefore available at a relatively low transfer fee.
According to Sky Sport Italia and other sources, Juventus plan to purchase Zurkowski via a deal with Genoa, helping him to acclimatise to Serie A.
The Poland Under-21 international would get to work with fellow countryman Krzysztof Piatek at Marassi.
Fiorentina had already been tracking Zurkowski, who this season has four goals and three assists in 21 competitive games for Gornik Zabrze.

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Another polish @Mark ?

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@piotrr what say u
It's the Polish guy I mentioned when :fab3: mentioned a Polish kid he liked in an interview with Tek. :numnum:
 

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pavluska

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Absolutely not.

Only hipster footie fags would endorse a retarded exchange of that sort.
Technically, always rated Isco higher than Dybala. Mentally, Isco has always been inconsistent. Thought Dybala's mentality was gonna take him far initially, but that mentality waned.

Allegri can turn Isco into a top-7ish player in the world. Would easily be the Isco under Lopetegui for Spain.

+ Tactically more suited to our team.

Should at least be food for thought.
 

pavluska

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The problem is Chelsea have a policy of only giving one year contracts to players over 30 and I doubt higuain would agree to that, rightfully so too
That's a pretty retarded policy tbh. Should be case-specific.

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pavluska is a cool poster but his football brain is amoeba tier, like when he said Mandzukic was overrated etc
How DARE you.

Would never say that about Mandzo.
 

Hustini

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After Inter’s summer pursuit, now Juventus are reported to have approached Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric.

According to Sport Mediaset, the Bianconeri made some enquiries as to the Ballon d’Or winner’s situation.

The Croatia international’s contract is due to expire in June 2020 and he does not seem intent on signing an extension.

Real Madrid were already furious that Inter were openly courting Modric, so the idea that Juventus are in the running too will no doubt cause further friction.

The Merengues tried to report Inter to FIFA for an illegal approach, but the Nerazzurri were cleared of wrong-doing.

Juventus already irritated Real Madrid by securing Cristiano Ronaldo for just over €100m and the Turin giants are targeting Isco as well.


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Suddenly Real Madrid has become Juve's own personal fire sale?
 
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