New Contracts

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  1. dickie davies

    dickie davies

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    oh please do fuck off
    I wasn't suggesting that a release clause should be entered in any new contract. I was pointing out that if Real Madrid or Barca did come knocking for KDB or GJ, then their transfer value would reflect Isco's buy out clause
     
  2. TheThirdDeano

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    Quick reminder that Sergio is contracted till 2020
     
  3. blueparrot

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    2019 I thought. It was until 2018 and he signed a extension until 2019 last season.
     
  4. karen7

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    Correct i think
     
  5. fatbloke

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    It's a great idea starting contract discussions so early, it lets the players know we value and appreciate them and want them to stay.

    I also like Peps' "if they don't want to be here, they can go" comments. It just means the players we have want to be here.
     
  6. citytilllidie

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    Didn't Arsenal offer Liverpool £1 over Suarez clause of £40m? Then get slated by Liverpool who then sold him for £75?
     
  7. bugsyblue

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    They did but they were mistaken because he didn't have a release clause. If he had a release clause like in Spain then Liverpool would have to have accepted Arsenal's offer. English contracts can have clauses but it's an option for the club and player. In Spain every contract has to have a release clause.
     
  8. citytilllidie

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    Interesting. I've seen that Real Madrid have put £600m on Isco and are getting Benzema to sign one with £1bn. They're not going to get caught out like Barca
     
  9. blueparrot

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    Wasn't there some confusion, where Liverpool denied there was a release clause, then it turned out afterwards there was, or that could just be some bollocks I read on the internet somewhere.
     
  10. bugsyblue

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    There was certainly confusion on Arsenal's part. I imagine Suarez and his team thought they had an agreement, they may indeed of had a gentleman's agreement, but there can't have been a legal agreement/release clause because Arsenal would have sued them turning it down and Suarez (who wanted to go to Arsenal at the time I believe) would have also sued Liverpool for breach of contract.
     

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