Leroy Sane - Back in full training/Contract situation

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  1. waspish

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    Thats fair enough but usually a quick fix leads to another quick injury.
     
  2. karen7

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    Leroy Sané was successfully operated on Sunday in Innsbruck, Austria. Doctor Christian Fink operated on him after his cruciate ligament injury in the right knee. [@cfbayern]
     
  3. Manchester1894

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    I can't see Leroy coming back into our starting eleven to be honest.
     
  4. worsleyweb

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    I agree don't think he will play for us again.
     
  5. Tb1981

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    Couldn’t give a fuck about him
    He has played this all summer to get a move to Bayern
    He should have signed new contract or asked to leAve
    Glad we played him against dippers as he is contracted to us and Bayern can fuck off
    I feel he has showed a lack of respect
    Also don’t think he gets neAr our best 11
    Can’t wait to play them in Europe
    We will batter them, he will see it and then probably wonder what to do
     
  6. Mancity1980

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    Coutinho’s season long loan to Bayern...mmm...sounds like a stop gap before another push for Sane in the summer. I agree with other posters, Sane has played his last game for us, it is a case of getting as much money as we can for him.
     
  7. BLUE THUNDER

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    Agree, looks that way.
    if he goes, see you later. Won't shed a tear.
    it would say more about him and his mentality more than anything else.
    i.e. not strong enough to fight for his place in the best team on the planet with the best manager bar none who would help him fulfill his potential.
    If he goes to an inferior league with a moron as a manager, he'll never fulfill his potential.
    He has positive examples of players all around him that improved immeasurably under Pep, all of whom were benched as part of the process, took it on the chin and got better
    (even Sergio).
     
  8. BosnianBlue

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    no way it is such a serious injury that he does that before surgery. He's definitely not tore his ACL at the level Mendy did it. Mendy was at the CL game few days after he tore it, but he looked like he came from Syria.
     
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  9. Dax777

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    What? I really hope you are not implying you are glad he got hurt. That will be a disgusting opinion to hold. :(
     
  10. balotellishaircut

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    There is some crazy caveman views in this thread recently. We love City, but to footballers its all about securing the best contract they can get, I don't see how that is being disrespectful.
     

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