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Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by Daz_Blue, 4 Jul 2017.
Mangala will stay. Nasri will be a nightmare to sell bony will end up getting loaned or small change
A huge thank you to all our financial experts on here explaining things very plainly in layman's language so that a financial imbecile such as myself can understand such complex matters so easily.
One week to go until the season starts and we have spent approx 140m .... I update the first post when there is an incoming or outgoing deal
There isn't anywhere official to see what players were making wage wise is there? Would love to know how much we've shed off the wage bill with Yaya's new contract, not renewing Zaba, Sagna, Navas, Clichy, Caballero, and selling Kolarov, Fernando, Kelechi, Nolito, and the loaned players we sold. If we can manage to get rid of Delph, Nasri, Bony, and Mangala this will be a masterclass window by Txiki. Manage to bring in another CB and/or Mbappe/Alexis and no one should slate him all season.
So... Can we afford Mbappe at the reported £160m without getting into trouble with UEFA and FFP??
Those you mentioned there Id say around 500k a week wages
So can we afford 25 Million a year amortised over 6 years? Plus his wages of course guessing at 200k a week 10 Mill a year + bonuses, so 35 Million a year on the FFP books, what do you think?
If you take the wages saving stated above (500k a week) = 25 Million of which we may have then spent on wages of Danilo + Mendy + Bernardo + Walker we're at the same point as we were last year apart from the increased amortised costs of 43 + 26 + 50 + 50 = 169/5 = 34 Million a year. We may lose further amortised costs on players if we sell Mangala, Nasri, Delph and others.
Its only guesswork but I reckon we afford it easily.
If we can sell Delph, Bony, Mangala and Nasri then there's virtually no impact on the bottom line with that deal.
I don't really understand why we were prepared to let Mangala go out on loan 12 months ago but not now?
Kolorov. Pep was convinced he could do a better job as a CB. Tbf he done alright. Mangala may stay but must likely only if we don't go into the market.
As I have often stated before, while not a Pep player, he is not as bad as many make out and does give us some steel which our side is somewhat lacking in.