Jadon Sancho

Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by Bpughh, 27 Sep 2019.

  1. City_Sean

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    I find it hilarious that people dont want a player because he rightly pushed for a move because the clubs so shit at promoting youth players.

    Sancho as you say is a generational talent and if the club decides to pursue someone like Oyarzabal instead then shame on them. He's the most perfect Leroy replacement we can possibly get.
     
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    World class based on what? Remember you saying after one season at Dortmund that Dembele was better than Neymar. And you were probably on the bandwagon calling Joao Felix a generational talent on the level of Mbappe.

    Difference with De Bruyne is he was given somewhat of a chance at Chelsea in the first place. Where Mourinho came to the wrong conclusion that he wasnt good enough... Sancho wasnt afforded that
     
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  3. St.Pauli support

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    I agree Sancho would be a perfect winger for us.

    But I think the maint point is 'what does Sancho want',
    and after the way he parted from Pep and City I don't see him come back, IMO. I think he felt wrongly treated.
     
  4. lee_wsm

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    Papers saying he is a Chelsea fan and would want to go there
     
  5. domalino

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    World class based on him being the best player in germany at the moment? The fact hes scoring at a goal a game? The fact hes the only player in europe to get 10 league goals and 10 assists in the last 2 seasons?

    It's not a secret, everyone in the world knows this kid is one of the best wingers in the world already except a few bitter city fans living in denial.

    Also - De Bruyne didnt get a chance at chelsea, he got 3 games (1 out of position) and got binned despite being MOTM in one of them. That's not really much different to Sancho training with Citys first team for a year before leaving.

    As for Dembele, you are mistaking the time I said what he was doing in Germany at 19 was more impressive than Neymar scoring similar amounts in Brazil for me saying he was better.
     
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  6. cjn

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    Imagine if we spent all that money bringing him back though! The famously supportive English media might write unfair, mocking articles about us. Rival supporters might trash us on Twitter! Wait what?
     
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  7. City_Sean

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    Well unless he's an idiot we're the most attractive proposition in the world. We're better than Chelsea and United, he won't get past Salah or Mane at Liverpool and financially we can offer him a deal as big as anyone.

    Add to that we have the Pep factor, and I think he'd come back.
     
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  8. twosips

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    I think I'd take the embarrassment of having to break the bank tbh.

     
  9. Sir Joe Aguero

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    You'd hope we're the most attractive proposition, but he could easily fit in at Madrid, Barcelona, Madrid, Juventus or Munich. Chelsea & United would pay big money for him. 1 more season of those numbers and he's easily going to be one of the most wanted players in the world.

    We're a team where Sane became 4th choice winger. Mahrez, a former POTS, took a year to get consistent game time. Given that, and the fact he chose to leave, I don't know if he'd come back. I hope so, he's genuinely on track to become something very special.

    And without turning this into a Sane conversation (it may not be financial, he may have always wanted to go back to Munich), but how much would we offer in wages? If it's too low, would he come? If it's too much, the wage structure has gone.
     
  10. VOOMER

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    This whole saga if he continues to progress should be considered a Bony size mistake.
     
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