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Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by itisrising, 30 Dec 2015.
I would pay 100m for him he's still young and isn't just a scorer but also a creator.
he's good and young, but he's not ripping the world apart scoring tbh. He scored 11 goals in Serie A last season, 43 in last three seasons. 35 years old Borriello scored 16 last year. And we have many good assisters, we need good scorers.
I wouldn't pay that money for him because he is the profile of player we're pretty good equipped with already, I'd rather some pure striker.
That's just out of service to the team. The season before Higuain came he had twice as many, they just need him to be more of a creative/second striker now.
"Paulo Dybala will leave Juventus and is likely to end up in the Premier League, at one of Manchester United, City or Chelsea, according to super-agent Mino Raiola."
Wonder why he doesn't want to go to Barca? And would he be a Pep player?
hes definitely a pep player, but not sure we will get him
I think for what he would cost it isn't worth going for him. He is a false 9 kind of striker, similar to Brahim in our academy, and fairly similar to Bernardo Silva as well.
Not sure we need another player like that because in a 3-5-2 we can be seen as having enough forwards, and in the 4-3-3 he can only play as a striker and we have jesus and aguero for that.
Unless we buy him to replace Aguero, then ignore everything I said, but I'd prefer youth to start taking those spots (Diaz).
A move to the Premier League means he could still get another big move to Real or Barca in the future. If he goes to one of the Spanish clubs next, then they will keep him and thus one less big pay day for Raiola.
The idea Txiki would choose Bony rather than Dybala is quite hilariously ridiculous.