Leroy Sane - ACL injury - Recovery in Manchester P1202

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  1. cjn

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    Ilkay being the obvious counterexample
     
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  2. Colin Bells Boots

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    So Pep ignores the advice of doctors you mean ?
     
  3. mosssideblue

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    So, are we going to continue to look after our players and keep his contract offer on the table :)
     
  4. Colin Bells Boots

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    We surely should ask Bayern what their preference is .

    Everybody associated with them should be canvassed .
     
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    Well, I'm not going to go all dipper on Sterling just because of it.
     
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    Aside from Mendy, City seem to have done OK with Cugat, especially where KDB, Sane previously & Gundogan were concerned.

    In terms of Cugat & Thiago, was it Pep who sent him there, or the Spanish National team doctor?

    Many, many times there have been cases of players taking pain killing, steroid injections to get through games, instead of going under the knife, which has been decided by their clubs out of desperation of not losing an important player for a period of time.

    Are you saying Cugat made this decision for Thiago? If so, on behalf of whom & can you cite any further examples of Cugat doing this?
     
  7. Coatigan

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    Naa, still has to be over £120m. That isn't unfair.
     
  8. mosssideblue

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    It would be one hell of a risk though
     
  9. citizen_maine

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    I'm sure Bild will let us know what die rags prefer in due course
     
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  10. BosnianBlue

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    Would you, being for ex. City director of football, pay 120m for him in these current circumstances? I definitely wouldn't as a risk is huge. Specially combined with wages Bayern promised him. It's giant money.

    We'll never ever get 120m for him. That ship sailed with the injury. I was all for letting him go free in 2 years as his service with relatively low wages, could easily justify that. But right now, I'd sell him for 100m eur in a second. Chances for him to extend are pretty minimal, imo and keeping him until his contract expires is not worthy anymore as half of that period he'll sit injured and there is always a risk what kind of player will he be after, if the injuries will repeat etc..
     

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