Good luck to them. Only one out of those who they have a hope of getting a reaction out of is PSG. I genuinely think we're very much in there and it could very well happen late in the window.If that isn't the most obvious attempt from Camavinga's camp to try and prod PSG/Real/Barca into action.
Here you go l'il guy/gal. Say you're really into this girl/guy. You think you've got something going on, but he/she's pretty popular. You've joked about asking him/her out, and he/she hasn't really shot the idea down, leading you to think you might have a chance with him/her but your mates (what few you have, when you know your competitors are kind of more popular than you with way more friends who are telling you she's also into they/them on top of which you've seen her/him totally happy and content to hang out with they/them/it which makes you feel a bit insecure.)
If he'd be good as we think he should there'll be a saga each summer regardless of whether he wants Madrid or not.He may be the next big thing but if he is not keen to come to us and like to follow his Madrid dream better we dont touch him.
Dont like another saga in every summer linking him to Madrid
Yeah you never hear of ex-Monaco players, do you?I find it crazy after how many hyped French players there was in the last decade that the best has arguably been Kante in terms of performances and success.
If Camavinga does choose Real Madrid then I personally wont be surprised his average League 1 performances continue and we forget about him bit by bit, season by season - like most of that Monaco or Lyon players ended up doing.
“We’ve run the numbers on Eduardo Camavinga and we were quite shocked, actually, because he makes a massive difference, which is rare for a player so young,” says Ian McHale, a professor of sports analytics at the University of Liverpool and Real Analytics’ co-founder.
If you add the 18-year-old Frenchman’s performance profile to United’s 2020-21 squad, send it to the Google Cloud Platform and run a million simulations of next season, Camavinga earns them almost six extra points on his own (from 65.8 to 71.7), improves the top-four finish forecast to nearly 70 per cent and lifts their title hopes to 6.4 per cent.
Getting better, right?
Wait until you hear what adding Camavinga and Sancho and Real Madrid centre-back Raphael Varane would do for your chances: an improvement of more than 10 points (65.8 to 76.2), an 87 per cent chance of a top-four finish and a 14.7 per cent chance of a first championship since Sir Alex Ferguson retired.
That trio, according to McHale, would lift United from a scrap for the fourth and final Champions League place into a head-to-head battle with old chums Liverpool for second place
well that's me convinced, get it done woodyAn interesting article written by Matt Salter of The Athletic, on How data and analytics are changing how clubs approach transfers – and why Man United should sign Camavinga next
the part on Camavinga is below:-
Does the article mention their criteria for calculating the point improvement comparison:An interesting article written by Matt Salter of The Athletic, on How data and analytics are changing how clubs approach transfers – and why Man United should sign Camavinga next
the part on Camavinga is below:-
In American baseball, the player being analyzed in such ‘earns the team X more points/wins’ fashion gets compared to a sort of amorphous ‘league average’ player in his position (it can get more complicated from there).Camavinga earns them almost six extra points on his own (from 65.8 to 71.7), improves the top-four finish forecast to nearly 70 per cent and lifts their title hopes to 6.4 per cent.