Ole coaching the team no promising youngster was going to come. His football advisors and agents were all going to advise against it etc…The fact that 3 people who have no active day to day role in the football club were given the job of convincing him was probably why he didn’t join.
Just a hunch.
No he don't. You can't find ONE recent video where he says he wants to stay playing on the PL, do you? So it's alm hoping for you. And yes, 12M euros is also what RM use to wipe their arse in the morning, so does Florentino Perez, who btw has the same net worth as the richest of all the new owners of Liverpool FC.Hasn't Bellers made it clear he wants to play in the PL first and foremost? Then the question of salary comes into the equation. I literally laugh in Real Madrid's faces. Our new owners use 12 million Euros a year to wipe their arses in the morning.
Valverde is currently one of their most selected players, whether in midfield or right wing. Camavinga is the only one whose place really seems in question but both Modric and Kroos may leave after this year. Even if they sign Bellingham, there may be more minutes for Camavinga.
Did Sancho do 44 games in the hairy arsed Championship at 16 and be the best player in the majority of games he played in?Just like Sancho eh?
“Ed Woodward (then United’s managing director) was the one who was most insistent,” he told Mundo Deportivo.
“We sat down and talked about how we could convince Bellingham. But Jude didn’t make any decisions based on money.
“Manchester United offered twice as much as the rest of the clubs, they even brought him together with Ferguson, Cantona and Solskjaer to convince him. But Jude did not make any decision based on money”
“They were offering much more salary compared to the rest. Maybe double. He was going to be guaranteed millions in the bank and he didn’t take it. That’s not normal for a player at all,”
“I could only act as Birmingham’s CEO. I could say to him Jude, Manchester United are offering you three times what we are offering, you have to go.
“And it was a difficult position, because I wanted to respect his decision. At the time he could have gone for free, and we wouldn’t see any money. And our promise was that we would let them make the decision because of the loyalty they showed us.”
ThisValverde is currently one of their most selected players, whether in midfield or right wing. Camavinga is the only one whose place really seems in question but both Modric and Kroos may leave after this year. Even if they sign Bellingham, there may be more minutes for Camavinga.
For once Real are really discarding galacticos for a long term recruitment policy which is prioritising the midfield. They can rotate the four for a decade and use Valverde on the right.
Serves us right for not trying hard enough to get any of them when they were cheap.
I don't think Camavinga will hold down a consistent role at Madrid. I haven't watched him consistently but whenever I've observed him he does seem like a player who thrives out of possession rather than on the ball. I also don't think that midfield is balanced either. Valverde and Bellingham both can do the box to box, neither are as proficient in distributing the ball as comfortably as Modric or Kroos.
When we were at the top under Fergie, post Ronaldo's move to Real Madrid. We didn't make best use of the world record £80m fee received for Ronaldo. And we gave Man City a free run to sign the likes of Yaya Toure, David Silva and Aguero, who would catapult our noisy neighbours to multiple league wins and form the foundation for what was to come.They’ve really taken advantage of their resurgence this past decade and signed basically most of the best young talent in the world. Exactly what we didn’t do the last time we were on top.
Kroos might be retiring end of the season, he’s undecided.How they fitting all these midfielders in one team?! Tchouameni, Valverede, Camavinga, Kroos, Modric and Bellingham.
Sickeningly rich in quality, that.
Yeah, was more a post of jealousy than anything. To think we just bought their best DM too, this summer .Kroos might be retiring end of the season, he’s undecided.
Modric is still top quality but might want to wind down next season and have reduced minutes while mentoring, or even go have a season elsewhere.
Valverde sometimes plays more advanced doesn’t he? Have him down as a bit of multitasker.
Camavinga might even get a loan move.
Lots of permutations of how they work around that, but either way it is an embarrassing riches of midfield depth. And to be honest there’ll probably still room for a proper ball playing midfielder.
Their midfield is basically set for a decade! Crazy to think. And then they have Vini Jr and then Endrick to come.Yeah, was more a post of jealousy than anything. To think we just bought their best DM too, this summer .