Lionel Messi (again)

Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by karen7, 18 Feb 2017.

  1. Sir Joe Aguero

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    He'd be fine...
     
  2. Burtonblue

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    If he ever decided to leave Barca our door would be one of the very first he would be knocking on.
    A manager he knows and loves and an essentially Spanish speaking team and management.
    From a financial point there is absolutely no doubt it could work given the free transfer and colossal shirt sales and increased fan base it would provide.
    He is in the twilight of his career but still an incredible player.
    Personally I would love to see this happen.
     
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  3. BosnianBlue

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    We are holistic (TM), we wouldn't want him to disturb the team we have at the moment. Few years ago, sure, now.. for all his worth, probably not worth it.
     
  4. blue b4 the moon

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    Ship sailed, would sell shirts but if he'd bought into us a few years ago it'd have been different.
     
  5. franksinatra

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    It would be an absolute dream to see the best player of all time in a Sky blue shirt. Be incredible to watch him
    Paint his patterns on the Etihad pitch. If there is even a chance we need to move heaven and earth
     
  6. rowarta

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    he seems to be evolving into more of a number 10 role, could he replace D Silva? Messi or Foden?
     
  7. waspish

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    Not interested in the lazy fcuker.
     
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  8. Fast Forward To The Past

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    Is this some new Cold,wet night at Stoke variant? LOL
    Players have been queuing up to take him out all his career. In general play La Liga is probably dirtier than EPL. (EPL seems more physical in the boxes.)
    BTW... Have you seen Argentina WITHOUT Messi? It's beyond shocking.
     
  9. decmancity

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    At any age he would come to the prem and tear it to shreds, we are the best club in the world (more so than Barca at the minute) to take full advantage of his abilities. Id love to see him have a season here then him and Kun go off back to Argentina together, just as the prophecies written.
     
  10. flook

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    Not for me, too much of a superstar for our "team". We don't sign galacticos, and nor should we
     

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