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Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by ADegenerate, 10 May 2016.
Yes? That's not what he said though, of course Napoli wouldn't negotiate with La Real regarding buying Rulli because La Real are not in position to decide Rulli's future, it would be shittier if they actually went to La Real before talking to Manchester City and nullifying the buyback clause.
Either way, doesn't look like a great bit of business for City. No need to move Rulli yet.
Omar Rulli (father of Gerónimo): "His goal is to be a starter in order to go to the World Cup. City promised him FA Cup games, not enough."
As we have no idea what the deal is, with Napoli regards sell ons or buy backs how can you decide whether it's a good bit of business or not .
Maybe I'm jumping gun on it but the numbers being tossed around don't seem like a big profit. The paperwork alone that was required b/w City and La Real alone should demand more! Only half kidding there.
City's €14m buy-back clause on Rulli for this year expires tomorrow and they have not contacted Sociedad. He looks certain to stay. [AS]
City can re-purchase Gerónimo Rulli between May 1 and June 30 until 2019. Napoli have wanted City to buy him and sell him to them. [AS]
Never trust an Italian club unless they show us the money.
Sounds like we will keep him and bring him over next summer,his dad said today pep offered him the fa cup games to come now but he wants to play more than that in a world cup year,fair do's to the young lad
So we would have sold bravo ???