Paulo Dybala

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So, what does Dybala's season look like now with Juve?
I actually have no idea what that question is asking
 

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I actually have no idea what that question is asking
Well, will he be reintegrated? Does he play much? Where on the field? Lots of question marks over a very talented player.
 

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They're explaining dybala's image rights situation on italian tv and daaaamn it's a right mess :lol:

Blew up the united deal, then blew up the spurs deal. On that note, dybala was very willing to join spurs today to the point of significantly lowering the agent fees, had the agreement on wages with spurs too, but the image rights fecked it up :houllier:

Apparently whoever wants to sign him would have to pay an extra €40m(at least) if they want his image rights...and even if they don't, 'cause dybala would probably want the issue to be solved anyways. Former agent's company already won the lawsuit, they're waiting for the appeal but it seems unlikely the judges will reverse it, soooooo...
 

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They're explaining dybala's image rights situation on italian tv and daaaamn it's a right mess :lol:

Blew up the united deal, then blew up the spurs deal. On that note, dybala was very willing to join spurs today to the point of significantly lowering the agent fees, had the agreement on wages with spurs too, but the image rights fecked it up :houllier:

Apparently whoever wants to sign him would have to pay an extra €40m(at least) if they want his image rights...and even if they don't, 'cause dybala would probably want the issue to be solved anyways. Former agent's company already won the lawsuit, they're waiting for the appeal but it seems unlikely the judges will reverse it, soooooo...
So he’s stuck at Juve forever?
 

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They're explaining dybala's image rights situation on italian tv and daaaamn it's a right mess :lol:

Blew up the united deal, then blew up the spurs deal. On that note, dybala was very willing to join spurs today to the point of significantly lowering the agent fees, had the agreement on wages with spurs too, but the image rights fecked it up :houllier:

Apparently whoever wants to sign him would have to pay an extra €40m(at least) if they want his image rights...and even if they don't, 'cause dybala would probably want the issue to be solved anyways. Former agent's company already won the lawsuit, they're waiting for the appeal but it seems unlikely the judges will reverse it, soooooo...
He needs to sack his agent. What a terrible decision.
 

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Well we will be back in CL next season. We might go after someone else then, but tbf, he is a great player.
 

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This guy really isn't as good as its being made out. He will go to PSG and flop
 

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Wish we were able to land him. I’m happy we’re taking stand to the ridiculousness football has become, the Longstaff price in particular, but for him I would’ve made an exception. Unlike Longstaff, Dybala has a few seasons of excellent performances and could’ve been a catalyst.

I get other players have failed before and he allegedly didn’t want to come, but by that logic we should never buy anyone again. Remember Jones and Smalling who both definitely wanted to be here were supposed to be the next Ferdinand and Vidic. Transfers are a roll of the dice that’s just how it is.
 

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Thought it might cost 40-50 million to buy the image rights, at least to begin with.

European clubs at least have some time to weigh up situation and negotiate.
 

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Blew up the united deal, then blew up the spurs deal. On that note, dybala was very willing to join spurs today to the point of significantly lowering the agent fees, had the agreement on wages with spurs too, but the image rights fecked it up :houllier:
So he was willing to join Spurs for less wages?

Well, that's a bit depressing.
 

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So he was willing to join Spurs for less wages?

Well, that's a bit depressing.
No. I mean i don't know but every report had him asking for the same wages.

Agent fees were lowered apparently. Understand his agent is a family friend and the agent fee were really an extra payment to dybala himself
 

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Instead of Dybala. Ole and United could try to get and bid 60-70 mill for Federico Chiesa from Fiorentina. It was a swap deal agree with Lukaku. And I recommended Chiesa guy really early, as a must buy.

He could play everywhere in the attacking line and would make United more dangerous upfront. Chiesa is more versatile than Dybala and Eriksen. Plus he had a hard work mentality like Rashford.

So again, if not Chiesa stay with Fiorentina to the new year. Follow and watch him closely. Chiesa is definitive one to watch out. A buy United will not regret. Even the price is 70 mill £.

A really fast, skillful, versatile and hard work attacking player. And on the same age with Rashford 21. 10 years together. Build the team around those two players. Same quality all over line, in every positions. Then United will get a dominate winning team in the future.
Rashford and Chiesa both have really high level of football skills and hard work/willing to win mentality.

Buy him in January if he is not already been gone to Juventus. Again, my best recommendation for a versatile LW/CAM/RW player.
 

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Instead of Dybala. Ole and United could try to get and bid 60-70 mill for Federico Chiesa from Fiorentina. It was a swap deal agree with Lukaku. And I recommended Chiesa guy really early, as a must buy.

He could play everywhere in the attacking line and would make United more dangerous upfront. Chiesa is more versatile than Dybala and Eriksen. Plus he had a hard work mentality like Rashford.

So again, if not Chiesa stay with Fiorentina to the new year. Follow and watch him closely. Chiesa is definitive one to watch out. A buy United will not regret. Even the price is 70 mill £.

A really fast, skillful, versatile and hard work attacking player. And on the same age with Rashford 21. 10 years together. Build the team around those two players. Same quality all over line, in every positions. Then United will get a dominate winning team in the future.
Rashford and Chiesa both have really high level of football skills and hard work/willing to win mentality.

Buy him in January if he is not already been gone to Juventus. Again, my best recommendation for a versatile LW/CAM/RW player.
I want us to get Chiesa too, but in this case I don't think Lukaku would have agreed to join Fiorentina and they wouldn't have been able to afford his wages either.
 

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So he was willing to join Spurs for less wages?

Well, that's a bit depressing.
Us completely pulling out so quickly seemed to be a bit of a wake up call to them that what they were originally asking for was overboard. It was only a day or two later that we had the Spurs links and the rumours that his agent approached us again to try to get a deal back on the table.
 

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So much for a muppet wanking season...

This thread now has the sad atmosphere of a bunch of guys who turned up for a gangbang with a beautiful pornstar, but she didn't arrive, and now the guys are just milling around chatting to each other with earnest, disappointed faces and puzzled frowns - some naked, others in the process of pulling their clothes back on...
Occasionally one of them mentions there might be a slim chance another pornstar will turn up - but that is mainly greeted with scoffs and shrugs.

A few guys line the outskirts of the room - heroically attempting to tug themselves back to rigidity... but to no avail.

Everyone in the room is as floppy as an Eighties fringe...

Suddenly, a lone figure emerges, still erect somehow... and f*pping up a mighty muppet rhythm!

The men suddenly perk up - hopeful eyes - curious as to what new, strange transfer material this lone wa*ker must have access to...

The men approach nervously - their fellow fan is now furiously tugging away, clutching his iphone and gazing intensely at the screen.

Hopeful voices chirp up -

"What you got there, mate...? Is it about Bruno?"

"Hey, Buddy, is it Eriksen...?"

The figure stops jerking off and slowly turns to face the men... a hideous grin plastered across his face...

This is no muppet... this is...

@Keefy18 !

Keefy turns his iphone to the crowd of muppets - slowly revealing what he'd been furiously self-loving over...


It's called having a life, something you are clearly lacking you sad sack! As the reply directly and immediately after this sad, pathetic post states you sir are a weirdo.
 

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What do people expect we’ll see from him this season at Juve?

No game time? Underwhelming performances from right wing? Competing with Ramsey?

Is there 100% no way he and Ronaldo can do exist in the same line up?
 

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It's Crazy. Unless they play Ronaldo as the out and out striker, Dybala could play similar role to Firmino, Dropping deep, letting Ronaldo cut inside. I'd have thought he'd be a better wingman to Ronaldo than Lukaku would have been
 

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What do people expect we’ll see from him this season at Juve?

No game time? Underwhelming performances from right wing? Competing with Ramsey?

Is there 100% no way he and Ronaldo can do exist in the same line up?
If PSG sell Neymar, i would bet on them going for Dybala. I am not sure we will see him at Juve next season

If he stays, i can see him playing a lot. He should be Sarri's cup of tea, so i would expect him to start up front
 

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I wouldn't rule out Spurs being back in for him in January.
 

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Off to PSG when Neymar moves IMO.
Neymar’s not moving though. I thought this was very apparent.. the deal is too difficult. I mean no one could afford Pogba why do people expect Barca and Real can afford Neymar. They are both window shopping.
 

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Neymar’s not moving though. I thought this was very apparent.. the deal is too difficult. I mean no one could afford Pogba why do people expect Barca and Real can afford Neymar. They are both window shopping.
Coutinho and Dybala to Bayern and/or PSG on a loan with an obligation to buy and Neymar to Barca on a similar deal. It makes complete sense as no one needs to make the full payment this summer and everyone gets rid off their unwanted players.
 

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Coutinho and Dybala to Bayern and/or PSG on a loan with an obligation to buy and Neymar to Barca on a similar deal. It makes complete sense as no one needs to make the full payment this summer and everyone gets rid off their unwanted players.
If they relax there demands and agree loans yeah that could happen. It’s the only way big deals are getting done over Europe. If it was the Prem however. Cash only.

But I can see that happening. Similar to Mbappe. €170m to be paid next year after the loan.
 

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If they relax there demands and agree loans yeah that could happen. It’s the only way big deals are getting done over Europe. If it was the Prem however. Cash only.

But I can see that happening. Similar to Mbappe. €170m to be paid next year after the loan.
They will have to relax the demands because Neymar's situation at PSG now looks beyond repair. The abuse from the fans, the comments from the hierarchy and his refusal to want to stay means they're most likely to find an agreement. It's also in their best interests to bring in a Dybala/Coutinho instead of keeping an angry Neymar.
 

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Neymar’s not moving though. I thought this was very apparent.. the deal is too difficult. I mean no one could afford Pogba why do people expect Barca and Real can afford Neymar. They are both window shopping.
Neymar's position at PSG is now impossible. He's going to Spain this summer for sure.
 

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Still think selling him would be odd. Guess they see Ronaldo as superhuman but he will be 35 in February. Worth noting last season he didn't play for Portugal in the first half of the season so was much fresher. This time he is needed with Portugal needing some points in their euro group.

Then after that they have Mandzukic who seemed to decline last year and is also 33 and then Higuain who can barely run but Sarri obviously having this love affair.

Of course it's enough to win Serie A but Juventus simply have to judge seasons by Champions league given they haven't won it since 1996 which is a very long drought compared to all the other major european clubs.
 

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I wouldn't rule out Spurs being back in for him in January.
He will be moving this summer and with his commercial rights and the court case still outstanding, any PL team would be crazy risk it. Juve were selling cheap to us because they knew for a PL club it could cost another £40-50M to sort out the commercial side, £20M to his current commercial company and if his old company win their case possibly another £20-25M. I think we will be back in for Fernandes in January.
 

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£72M of what ever for Fernandes was too high this summer, we'll wait for him to have a less good year and then pop up with £40-50M bid.
 

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He will be moving this summer and with his commercial rights and the court case still outstanding, any PL team would be crazy risk it. Juve were selling cheap to us because they knew for a PL club it could cost another £40-50M to sort out the commercial side, £20M to his current commercial company and if his old company win their case possibly another £20-25M. I think we will be back in for Fernandes in January.
Isn't the image rights/commercial thing a problem for a buying club from any league and not just those from the Prem?

I don't see going us going for Fernandes in January, because I don't think we were ever after him this summer in the first place.
 

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Isn't the image rights/commercial thing a problem for a buying club from any league and not just those from the Prem?

I don't see going us going for Fernandes in January, because I don't think we were ever after him this summer in the first place.
Doesn't seem like anyone was, the poor bloke.