Summer Mercato 2019
(08-05-2019, 09:10 PM)mazen111 Wrote: crudelli and others


Bro please. You’re convincing the wrong guy.
"Above Milan there is only the sky." Antonio Cassano
(08-05-2019, 09:10 PM)Lebanese Wrote: This is the source

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Boban have to pull a rabbit from a hat to sign Modric
Make Milan Great Again Okmilan
(08-05-2019, 09:13 PM)Rishav kant Wrote: Boban have to pull a rabbit from a hat to sign Modric
not a rabbit or a thing. expired player who seeks a fresh long contract to earn some money and stay in Europe
According to Sky Sport, Kessie would leave AC Milan only if he is transferred to a top club. And Wolverhampton, with all due respect, are not part of the long list of great clubs in the Premier League and Europe. The Ivorian midfielder is tempted by Premier League football but not by the perspective of playing with Wolverhampton.

Arsenal and Tottenham are also interested in the former Atalanta but so far neither club has made any offers. AC Milan signed Franck in 2017 for 32 million euros from Atalanta.
# MediaSet
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"Giampaolo decided to keep Biglia and reject all the offers
According to Il Corriere dello Sport, with Suso and Donnarumma set to stay at San Siro, AC Milan must sell two other players in order to fund a move for Correa.

At this point, Andre Silva and Frank Kessie are the players most expendable to Milan according to CorSport. Andre Silva was very close to joining Monaco but negotiations failed at the very last moment. On the other hand, Wolverhampton have made a €28 million bid for Kessie but AC Milan value the midfielder at least 35 million.
(08-05-2019, 09:27 PM)mazen111 Wrote: According to Il Corriere dello Sport, with Suso and Donnarumma set to stay at San Siro, AC Milan must sell two other players in order to fund a move for Correa.

At this point, Andre Silva and Frank Kessie are the players most expendable to Milan according to CorSport. Andre Silva was very close to joining Monaco but negotiations failed at the very last moment. On the other hand, Wolverhampton have made a €28 million bid for Kessie but AC Milan value the midfielder at least 35 million.

Of course, for now, Donna will be staying as we already loaned Plizarri.

Selling RR/Laxalt and Andre Silva is the best choice. We need depth in Midfields. Kessie can fetch us 50M+ if he stayed here for one more season and does the same as he did last season.
Make Milan Great Again Okmilan
(08-05-2019, 09:40 PM)Rishav kant Wrote: Of course, for now, Donna will be staying as we already loaned Plizarri.

Selling RR/Laxalt and Andre Silva is the best choice. We need depth in Midfields. Kessie can fetch us 50M+ if he stayed here for one more season and does the same as he did last season.

from my opinion, sell laxlat, reina, strinic, catellijo and borini,
#PremuimSport ?
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The reasons why Milan are moving away from Everton are:
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"Gremio wants € 40 million for half of its card, meaning that Milan will buy half of the Everton card for the amount, and then pay more for that card again."
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"50% for Gremio (€ 40 million)."
10% of the deal to Fortaleza (about € 10 million).
"10% for an investor (€ 10 million).
"30% of his agent is discovered (€ 30 million).
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This means that the total transaction is in the range of € 100 million.
(08-05-2019, 03:08 PM)mazen111 Wrote: Tottenham agree £55m Lo Celso deal
6 hours ago 09:00
Tottenham have reached an agreement to sign Giovani Lo Celso from Real Betis in a deal worth £55 million ($67m), claims the Daily Record.
Spurs will pay an initial fee of £48m and could then hand over up to £7m in add-ons.
Lo Celso is viewed as a replacement for Christian Eriksen with the Denmark international going into the final year of his contract.

and... it's still too much for him. He's not worth that much.

(08-05-2019, 04:26 PM)SkyEdge Wrote: Most of their best includes players like Sergio Aguerro..? Van Dijk..? Allison..? Bernado Silva..? Raheem Sterling..? Ur saying some of these players wont be that... if they moved to a different league.. other than Spanish league which is comparable.. u actually think Serie A is..? Dude.. their league constantly has 2 clubs or 3 in the Semis of UCL for over a decade.. other than Juve.. who represented Italy..? Maybe Roma in that 1 miracle year beating Barca.. 

Dutch league..? German League..? Other than Bayern.. being constantly good.. the others are unpredictable.. French league..?

You clearly don't understand what I'm saying. I'm not saying their league is no good. Just that certain playing types fit certain league's more. This isn't a new idea. Players have been fitting in certain league's better than others for many many years.

Simply put... Technical player do better in technical leagues. Players like Kessie and Cutrone, who are less technical, more physical, are better suited to the EPL which is a more Physical and less Technical league.
Does it mean that there aren't Physical players that work well in Italy? No.
Does it mean that there aren't Technical players that work well in England? No.

There's no need to get all Angry EPL fanboy just because someone says that someone like Kane wouldn't be the same if he changed league's.

(08-05-2019, 07:32 PM)Arildonardo Wrote: Some players succeed here, others there. Some players fail here, others there. I don't think it has too much to do with the quality of the different leagues.

I also don't think this discussion has anything to do in this thread...

It all started because of the Kessie fitting EPL and I expanded a little on that. Sorry. My bad.