Exactly, people are more concerned about the fact that he turned us down and he would want very high wages. So make him an offer on wages that are not crazy and if he accepts then great as he adds cover if not then leave it.If he gets 300k a week then our negotiating team are not very good. He literally has no options, if there were multiple teams chasing him, may be then he could get that amount as he would have a bit of leverage.
I am all for the signing should Ronaldo leave. The only downside to the deal is the injuries. I would hope the club would do their findings and check if he is a risk worth taking. The financials though I have very little concern about, he wouldn't get anything close to the numbers people are speculating on here. In fact I think he would be very lucky if the club offers him 200k a week.
I don’t understand how anybody could think Toney is of a good enough standard to be our main striker.I'd rather us sign somebody like Ivan Toney.
Dybala does have talent but he sadly comes with all the same red flags as so many of our previous transfer flops. Inconsistent, high wages and injury concerns.
Not sure if he scored any free kicks but Dybala tallied in with 9 non penalty goals in Serie A last season.I don’t understand how anybody could think Toney is of a good enough standard to be our main striker.
7 open play goals last year is not of a sufficient standard if we want to finish in the top 4, regardless of the fact he played for Brentford.
Hopefully its just cheap rag 'journalism'This has all the hallmarks of the kind of signing we'd make in the LvG-Woodward era, and somewhat antithetical to the way the team is being setup under ten Hag.