Deal agreed with Bayern Munich for Leroy Sane - €60m (including add-ons)

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  1. salfordbluetrue

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    To be fair it was not me that brought up Yaya and of course i know every player is different, Sane has done something though, just like Yaya he has stayed silent, i have to say i would have been disappointed if he had asked to leave but just like Pep i would have wished him well and thanked him, we are in strange times due to Covid 19 where transfers, wages and signing on fees will be decimated, this year and next swap deals will become common place , and given the choice between Barca, Real and Bayern even a German puts Bayern last
     
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    paul Pogba Di Maria two players who did not give their all because they wanted to leave, almost no player gives their all and risks injury when seeking a move, by all means put Sane`s injury in there but you will find City had no intention of selling last summer hence the price higher than Bayern were capable of, and Sane knew it.
     
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    Sane hasn't done anything wrong, having a desire to leave most certainly does NOT mean he has no interest in giving 100% for the club until the end of his current contract.

    Using your sweeping generalisation, you're accusing every single player who is coming to the end of their contract or looking to move on, irrelevant of the reason, as unprofessional and not willing to give 100%, which simply isn't true. If your generalisation was true, surely you're accusing every City player who has left as unprofessional and not willing to give 100% as well, which we know for a fact isn't true.
     
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    i gave you two examples to counter your claim, that because you worked 100% despite changing jobs does not mean others do, and certainly very few risk injury and scuppering any move in any occupation, if you find that a generalization rest assured it is a lot more accurate than yours,
    Sane has done nothing wrong and if City`s CEO sticks him in the reserves next season he will have done nothing wrong either, they will have just made their choices
     
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    Excuse me but I haven't made a generalisation, I simply said yours is bollocks.

    If you want two examples of your sweeping generalisation being bollocks, I'll give you three; Zabaleta, Kompany (out of contract) and De Jong (sold) and that's just at City. All three gave everything they had until the very last second...

    If you question Zabaleta, you're a troll.
    Where do you want your statue Vincent Kompany
    De Jong, Aguero, Balotelli, Aguerooooooooooooo!!!!
     
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    Oh you poor dear you really do have anger issues, but at least in your Intermittent explosive disorder you make more sense
     
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    Can't question Sane because other players who left in completely different circumstances and devoted their careers to us rejecting pressures to go elsewhere and eventually gracefully left when they were no longer of the required standard.

    Sane has not done his job for a year because he's been injured, he's been looked after by us and to repay our respect, investment and support of his recovery he's been in effect a Bayern player for 2 years mentally whilst we pay his wages. Would you trust him in a CL game against them? I wouldn't. He's young, has been given the opportunity of a lifetime by us, been part of the most unprecedented English club team of all time and been nurtured back from an injury and in return he won't even extend a year out of good faith, he won't sign a new contract and show the truest form of commitment and loyalty and has let their media play it in his favour at our expense to the point he has a shirt number with them a year before signing. He's a snake like Milner and the counter-arguments have been nonsense and bullshit, and to equate him to genuine legends of our club is digraceful and said posters who do should be ashamed of themselves.

    He can do what he wants, we can do what we want within the contract and I know what I'd do. If he wants to play it that way then it can come as no surprise when others look after their own interests. He has little to no regard for us so why anyone should expect us as fans to be grateful for him bestowing us with his presence for 2 and a half seasons and then angling to leave for the rest is beyond me.

    Zaba, Vinnie, Dave and Serg earned the right and respect to leave with grace.

    Sane has earned the right to leave with haste, if his knee can handle it after 2 years out...
     
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    Hahaha, nice attempt at disguise but it doesn't wash. I'll take that as a reluctant acceptance you were wrong to make such a sweeping generalisation, unless you'd like to persist in making yourself look even more ignorant and 'angry' at Sane for not signing a new contract.
     
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    Did Rodri give up at Athletico, did De Bruyne give up at Wolfsburg, did Sane give up at Shalke, did Ederson give up at Benfica, did Bernardo and Mendy give up at Monaco....

    Best of the lot; Gabriel Jesus. He knew full well he was leaving Palmerias to join us in 2016, yet asked to stay to win the league title for Palmerias and was also named the league's best player in that season.

    So your whole conspiracy theory that players give up and don't give 100% when they know they're leaving a club is clearly not true in all circumstances.
     
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    Oh you have done it again, never mind you believe what you want, have a nice day:)
     
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