Erling Haaland

MeatHunterrr

Well-Known Member
Joined
24 Apr 2014
Messages
9,999
If there is bidding war, I think City are not going to participate in that. We never do.

If not Haaland then it has to be Mbappe or Felix ( he would probably suit us best given his profile).

If that fails sign top caliber attacking midfielder and move someone from midfield to false 9.
 
Last edited:

Guscruz

Well-Known Member
Joined
1 Oct 2020
Messages
399
Team supported
Manchester City
If there is bidding war, I think City are not going to participate in that. We never do.
You can’t say that. There hasn’t been a similar transfer like this to know how far we’re willing to go. If we offered him what we offered Mbappe back in the day, he would be ours. I don’t think the board will allow us to miss on him for being outspent. If it happens, it will be for other reasons. But I’m confident we can close this deal
 

Lavinda Past

Well-Known Member
Joined
21 Feb 2012
Messages
7,880
Location
Like you really care where I am. Fuck you Kyle.
That‘s exactly what we don’t want to happen. It’s about time we showed them who has the biggest dick and balls in Manchester and fucking blew the shithouse rag twats away. They need shutting up and fucking off once and for all.

Outbid them no matter what. Pay the agent more, Haaland’s dad, anyone he listens to. Do not let those cunts buy anyone that will win them the title instead of us.

I like the cut of your jib my friend.

Txiki dropped a major bollock when he didn't push the boat out for Van Persie and virtually gifted the 2012/13 title to the rags. We don't want a repeat of that debacle - If Haaland is a genuine target, we should go all out to make sure we get him. A striker of his calibre would more than thrive at City and we'd blow the league apart
 

TonyM

Well-Known Member
Joined
8 Aug 2006
Messages
10,566
We can't win a wage war. No point in even trying imo.

We can win the argument that we are the best long term destination for any great player who puts enjoying football above all else.

Imo it's not that we are better placed to win cups or leagues than our competitors. Its that you are training all week with a awesome squad and the best manager atm in the world.

If he is only swung by money then we have to move on, and longterm be happier for it (even if we lose tge next title as we did due to RVP's decision).

Also btw Pep adds a different dimension to the RVP argument.
 

Guscruz

Well-Known Member
Joined
1 Oct 2020
Messages
399
Team supported
Manchester City
We can't win a wage war. No point in even trying imo.

We can win the argument that we are the best long term destination for any great player who puts enjoying football above all else.

Imo it's not that we are better placed to win cups or leagues than our competitors. Its that you are training all week with a awesome squad and the best manager atm in the world.

If he is only swung by money then we have to move on, and longterm be happier for it (even if we lose tge next title as we did due to RVP's decision).

Also btw Pep adds a different dimension to the RVP argument.
We can win a wage war against these teams at this moment in time. Definitely.

what kind of purist unrealistic talk this is? Maybe we should not offer him a deal, but instead tell him “do you want to play for us? Then YOU gotta pay US. Because it’s such a good opportunity for you”. Even identifying myself politically as a socialist, this kind of argument is ridiculous. Yes, we can convince him by showing our project, but don’t be naive, money is part of the deal, as it was a part of nearly every transfer we ever made. And in the biggest transfer in many summers, it will obviously play a part, and we shouldn’t be outspent.
 

Don't have an account?

Register now!
Top
  AdBlock Detected
Bluemoon relies on advertising to pay our hosting fees. Please support the site by disabling your ad blocking software to help keep the forum sustainable. Thanks.