Tuchel made him... gave him his debut in Mainz and then made him a squad player at PSG, a role which he continues at Bayern. And in that role (experienced quality striker who accepts being a backup) he could be a valuable signing I think.Topsy turvy career this guy has had ey.
More like Nagelsmann accepting that his 4-2-4 (or 4-2-3-1 with Mane as a striker) has been a failure. He reverted back to a classic 4-2-3-1 with a true 9 and fields the only player in the squad who can play that role: EMCM. Since then he scores at an absolute world class level, but it's not because of some Nagelsmann impact, but more of a failure to replace Lewandowski appropriately.Nagelsmann impact?
It’s the Daily Mail, they are all Cnuts.I still can't get around how crass that tweet is. What has Choupo-Moting done to be reduced as a Stoke flop? By all account he is a very professional and nice teammates who has done his job to a good standard at PSG and Bayern.
Whoever wrote that title should be referred to as a professional cnut whenever their name is used.
Personally don’t think we should be in for him, rather keep Ronaldo till the summer then invest properly.Even if he was, isn't he 33 already? He would work quite well for us, I think, but surely we should get over signing 30+ strikers as short term solutions at some point