Discussion in 'Transfer Forum' started by Girish II, Jul 5, 2010.
This lad is quality, we should take a chance and get him while we can
I take it we have no chance of getting involved for the signature of this chap?
He's hilarious - great watching him. Still got it all to do to prove himself to Brwned though.
Another one of the long conveyor belt of Brazil.Just hope he does not go down the road of Ronaldino or Adriano
What a ridiculous barnet
Yes, what a ridiculous shame it would be if he emulated that man's career.
Couldn't care less about his hair .He's young.
Brazil really do keep churning out superstars. This lad will be tearing Europe apart, with a top English/Spanish/Italian club, within a couple of years. What a talent.
The new golden boy of Brazil.
He's now proven himself to the world after one good half against Scotland.
Sign him up.
He was decent all game to be fair.
Anyway, in my opinion he looks a decent talent for his age.
Certainly wouldn't mind United snapping him up, as I am sure you wouldn't really.
Heh, pretty much.
I've been far more impressed by what I've seen of Ganso. Pity he did his cruciate.
I'd never question his ability, this kid has amazing dribbling and very good finishing. But his attitude... its not that of a winner. He's a whiner, and off the pitch he's a bit to laissez-faire about football.
He's a bit like Robinho, amazing talent, but simply intends to use that raw talent to win World Player of the Year, no matter what team, no matter what titles. We know where that lead Robinho, lets see if Neymar can take his career further.
Only watched the first half of Brazil/Scotland but that was more than enough to convince me that he would grace any top club. He has great balance and footwork.
Certainly would fit into United's system so I'm all for taking a chance on him.
play for barca sure in the EPL no way
I reckon he'll go to Madrid. They'll pay way over the odds for him but they'll need to as a load of teams will be sniffing about.
havent chelsea been trying to sign him for a while now?
City will pony up the cash IMO. Chelsea might have but after dropping 50m on Torres I don't see them going for him now.
Think he'd work well in Chelsea's system. I don't think the Torres signing makes a difference as they won't be competing for the same position. In a 4-3-3 reckon he'd be competition for Malouda/Anelka.
Anelka and Drogba will probably both leave this summer so perhaps there will be an opening.
I've been watching some of his YouTube videos and checking his stats and they are impressive. It must be nice being Brazil manager and seeing a steady stream of exceptional talents coming through. He looks to me like he has so much potential in every area of his game. I can see him becoming a crown jewel in the attack of a big team. I just hope it's not Chelsea's.
I think it's cool.
Very Lightweight but has amazing talent.
Seems strange to think of Neymar being thought of to replace those two who are physically so different to him.
I think a much better way of developing a talent like Neymar was the way Ronaldo and Romario did 15-20 years ago - to have a club such as PSV as a middle step between Brazil and a top European club. If he goes straight to Mourinho's Madrid or a PL club he'll be in danger of following the route Robinho and others have struggled with.
But you and I both know money talks these days.
I think he's a prick.
Why? Do you know him?
Drogba? yes. Anelka? nah! Ancelotti loves him.
He is more likely to be bought to be an option as a wide forward/winger.
He did a pretty convincing job against this lot:
Allan McGregor, Rangers
Alan Hutton, Spurs
Stephen Crainey, Blackpool
Christophe Berra, Wolves
Gary Caldwell, Wigan
Steven Whittaker, Rangers
Charlie Adam, Blackpool
Scott Brown, Celtic
Kenny Miller, Bursapor
James Morrison, West Brom
James McArthur, Wigan
Danny Wilson, Liverpool
Kris Commons, Celtic
Robert Snodgrass, Leeds
Craig Mackail-Smith, Peterborough
Don Cowie, Watford
Barry Bannan, Aston Villa
Many of the others he faced play in England too, bringing that perceived English up and at um’ approach with them.
Other than highlights today was my first full look at him, I think he is a very exciting prospect, the only problem I see is his club doesn't want a prospect fee for him, say the equivalent of what we paid for Nani, they want an established star fee for him, which is ridiculous.
I doubt Chelsea are going to let both of them leave. Torres is injury prone and even if they get Neymar, you can going to ask him to lead from the front with Sturridge?
Damn wish we could afford such a talent, just need the money men to see the bigger picture! If thy decided to give SAF an open cheque book, and with our existing quartet of young brazilians
Just never know what's in the criminal's mindset. He could go out and buy Neywmar and Pato for all we know. I thought it had been mentioned in this forum that Anelka was looking to leave Chelsea.
Brwned, why do you have an irrational dislike for Neymar? It reminds of me Ekeke's posts about David Silva.
Scholesy didnt have all his accounts banned then
Do you think this just because of that one post, or are there others?
This is still my opinion, is it irrational?
I have read through some of your comments about Neymar today and in the past, and you seem to enjoy discrediting him.
He is a phenomenal talent.
Ian mcgarry on twitter:
For those asking. I hear that #MUFC are closer to signing Neymar than #CFC but the player/Santos have not agreed a deal with anyone.
web • 27/03/2011 21:42
Unfortunately he's as in the know as I am.
I don't think he's phenomenal, I don't think he's a cert to be the next big thing, I don't think he's Brazil's new golden boy. I think this one friendly has raised his reputation exponentially amongst people who follow the British media despite the fact he was the only first choice attacker in there - and was thus always going to be the most impressive, I don't think he was so good to really make his game impressive and counteract this - and he was playing against Scotland. And he had about three good touches in the second half. And it was a friendly.
I think he's a very good talent, but not a standout from the current young Brazilian group, and he could easily go on to be a very good player, but I don't think today has proven he's going to be this.
I'm not sure whether that's irrational though.
I don't like the way you're going so far against the grain here mate. That's grounds for a banning these days you know.
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