So he wont even be regular for newly promoted side it's strange though if you go by some of the posts in this thread we should have no problem selling him but only suitor he seem to have is Stingy Italian club who are refusing to buy him even for €15 m. I hope Arsenal come for him again and we can atleast get some decent fee for him.Well that wont happen if hes playing for Leeds
We dont know who the suitors are for one. Because he is still on loan at Roma until next week. Same with Sanchez and InterSo he wont even be regular for newly promoted side it's strange though if you go by some of the posts in this thread we should have no problem selling him but only suitor he seem to have is Stingy Italian club who are refusing to buy him even for €15 m. I hope Arsenal come for him again and we can atleast get some decent fee for him.
Kovar is 20. Not too young an age at all, even if its some lower league experience. Laird won't be going anywhere.Makes sense for Garner & Levitt. Not sure about Kovar, feel for a GK he's a little young to be getting first team minutes for anyone. I'd want to keep Laird around though as number 2 to AWB
Who knows, maybe he got it in for Smalling as well. He already played under Southgate for NT. Can't quite recall was he a regular starter for us back then.Because Southgate already has it in for him. He’ll need to be playing at a higher level like Roma to force his way back in
I may be wrong but Napoli seems to be the only non freeloading italian club the last few years.Gotta love Italian clubs. Their dedication to cheapness is admirable. This is for the player who's supposedly been one of their best players this season.
And then you have madness like Napoli spending 60 million on a striker with one decent season in Ligue 1.
Well we have improved this season defensively yes. The defending in the premiership this season overall has been atrocious though so its not really a stat that has great meaning to me.Last part is pushing it. There’s a reason we had one the best defences in the league and Lindelof played a role in that.
Smalling deserves to play and I think this’ll end up being another example of United letting a player go for seemingly peanuts to facilitate that.
Path to a starting spot, a league more suited to him. He had no real long term starting hopes at United ahead of Bruno, and it would be loan after loan if he wanted regular football, and he wasn't suited to the prem at all. This way he goes on loan first to get necessary experience before possibly starting in the French league at a developmental club. It makes sense for his career.That would be odd. Why leave for a lesser team so you could be loaned out to an even lesser club afterwards?
I guess it makes sense, accepting a shitty offer because you havent got any good ones?I think he is trying to save face as we gave him a contract and he didn't take it initially and then the offer was no longer on the table and he didn't want to be seen going back on it.
We called his bluff me think.
If this is true, and Lille think he needs to be loaned into a lowly Portuguese league club, thats quite a rude damnation for his actual abilities and level right now.
Could be a physiological issue. He used to being in the centre of the hype, so to speak. And didn’t cope with the fact, that His peers Greenwood and also Williams made it, whereas he himself didn’t manage.What an idiotic decision from him to leave his home since aged 6, to become a nomad in European football wastelands. Truly baffling.