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Italian Football

05 Jun 2016, 17:07

Italian Football
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Re: Italian Serie A

10 Jun 2016, 20:20

Fucking juve are more and more like bayern,buying all good players and almost all good young players are tied to them.
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Re: Italian Serie A

10 Jun 2016, 21:14

Nezuc wrote:
Fucking juve are more and more like bayern,buying all good players and almost all good young players are tied to them.

Props, though. We should learn a thing or two from them.
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Re: Italian Serie A

14 Jun 2016, 20:42

Bielsa expected in Rome to sign a contract with Lazio! Should be interesting
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Re: Italian Serie A

15 Jun 2016, 17:38

Good news everyone! After Ladri signed Pjanic, they aren't anymore after Kovacic. The bad news, now Roma is interested in him.
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Re: Italian Serie A

17 Jun 2016, 12:15

Nezuc wrote:
Fucking juve are more and more like bayern,buying all good players and almost all good young players are tied to them.



They learned quickly after some transfer fails we don't seem too, but yes, there list of youth out on loan is amazing
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Re: Italian Serie A

17 Jun 2016, 14:43

naraku wrote:
Nezuc wrote:
Fucking juve are more and more like bayern,buying all good players and almost all good young players are tied to them.



They learned quickly after some transfer fails we don't seem too, but yes, there list of youth out on loan is amazing

Yea, only yesterday I read about them buying a young Italian prospect and sending him on loan to Bologna immediately. Can't remember the name.
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Re: Italian Football

11 Jul 2016, 22:16

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Re: Italian Football

13 Jul 2016, 21:57


No Milan goals, though :cry:
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Re: Italian Football

20 Jul 2016, 16:31

ADL feeling the heat :devil:

De Laurentiis: 'I haven’t spoken to Higuain, but I don’t think he’d go to Napoli’s historic rivals Juventus.'
De Laurentiis: 'Higuain would be betraying himself if he joins Juventus'
De Laurentiis: ‘Koulibaly? We’ll see…’
De Laurentiis: ‘Manolo Gabbiadini? I’d like him to stay, I really like the lad.'
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20 Jul 2016, 16:58


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Re: Italian Football

20 Jul 2016, 21:33

Football Italia wrote:
L'Equipe: Juve accept €120m Pogba bid
Wednesday July 20 2016

L’Equipe claim Juventus accepted a €120m (£100m) offer from Manchester United for Paul Pogba today.

It was widely reported in Italy that Juve had rejected an initial €100m proposal, presented in a meeting last night between Bianconeri director general Beppe Marotta, agent Mino Raiola and Manchester United chief Ed Woodward.

According to French site L’Equipe, this evening all the various parties agreed terms for €120m.

It becomes the most expensive transfer of all time, but also the most profitable, because Juve picked Pogba up as a free agent only four years ago.

He arrived from Manchester United after refusing to sign a new contract with them.

In Italian football, the so-called plusvalenze dictate the financial health of the club, so making such a massive profit on a single player in a four-year window will bolster their coffers for years to come.

While Juventus will receive €120m, Manchester United are going to have to pay considerably more than that.

Pogba agreed a five-year contract for a reported €15m per season, plus image rights for a total €20m per year.

Above all, agent Raiola will get a massive commission as part of the transfer, said to be above €20m.

Keep up to date with the latest news and action from Spain's Primera Division with Football Espana - from the team behind Football Italia.

Best deal in the history of sport - 120m profit. Marotta :clap:

And that's 100m for Pogba in 5 years ffs

Raiola 20m+ :devil:
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Re: Italian Football

20 Jul 2016, 23:44


ok
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22 Jul 2016, 14:06

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Re: Italian Football

22 Jul 2016, 15:46

milanist wrote:

ok


Absolutely ridiculous... His commission is worth more than M. Gotze!
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