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Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by BlueDejong, 21 Feb 2018.
I call fair play as I think @Parisian misinterpreted what @bluealf said
Yes, we cleared it up with a quick urban dictionary lesson via pm's lol
Nice to hear mate
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Bit of an exageration
"Barca" means boat in Spanish. The club is called "Barça". I'm glad to enlighten you.
All if's and but's obviously but I think we need to keep in mind our team and wage structure. We seem to walk the fine line really well and most players seem happy and enjoy playing for us. De Ligt is the man of the moment now probably with big offers coming his way but will it upset the dressing room. It might be a statement signing but we could cause more problems if we go to any lengths to get him. I think we have been very effective with our signings it might be best for us if we carry on that way.
PSG’s wage structure is here there and everywhere with Mbappe, Neymer etc.
So I don’t get why they shouldn’t offer De Ligt big money if it means he signs for them.
Strikes me as an ok move (but I really rate him).
Would imagine the transfer fee would either be paid back in full, but more likely they make a profit (expect him to go 2-3 years in) meaning the overall cost would be fairly cheap as footballers go.
Although appreciate there are no certainties in football.
It seems his wage demands are huge for a 19 year old and city won’t deal with riola?
Why would he want to semi retire going to PSG where it's nearly turned into the Scottish premiership.
He is only after the bread if he's off to Paris , in a nutshell.
The PSG stuff happened with Frenkie as well. Probably pushed by Barca for PR purposes