No longer at risk of being mistaken for a Scouser
- Oct 2, 2013
Yeah we need to negotiate figure around that but De Laurentiis is a nightmare to deal withAt that price it's a lot more appealing than spending similar amounts on Harry Kane. At least to my eyes. This would be an investment for his contract and then a likely renewal along the way. That would be the aim, anyway. You'd be getting at least 5-6 years for sure out of a player there, maybe more or maybe he gets sold eventually recouping some money. It's very expensive, no two ways about it but the longer you're going to get out of the player at his peak the better justification for these ridiculous numbers in football.
Isn't he one of the best pressers in terms of strikers? From what little i've seen of him he just doesn't stop chasing defenders with his workrate.The problem is that he doesn't bring much else to the table other than goals, and if we're going to get a striker like that, he needs to score a lot consistently.
A fair amount of his goals are also due to extremely bad goalkeeping and headers, so we'd have to adapt to his aerial ability and cross better. Only Shaw is really good at it.
They cost more… Go to Abu Dhabi with 300 million for Haaland, they won’t even consider it...€150M is ridiculous. This guy had his first outstanding season. Haaland and Mbappe would cost then easily €300-400M since they do the same, if not better, on a regular basis.. .
Its simply supply and demand to be honest, there is a lack of options in the striker market so there is going to be a premium to pay.Just shows how insanse and crazy the market has become. Anyway, I doubt someone is going to pay €150M for this guy.
He will cost that this summer,maybe next year I could see him moving for €100mIts simply supply and demand to be honest, there is a lack of options in the striker market so there is going to be a premium to pay.
I agree though, he won't cost 150m euros if he leaves this summer, but I think he will cost 100m euros at least
It made sense for Koulibaly/Insigne/Mertens… They were willing to spend their prime years over there. A bit like Kane at Spurs….Either clubs like Napoli start judging things realistically or be aware that they stand to lose their players for free in a year or 2. It’s not in the players interest to be priced out of the market
As a Nigerian I'm not too keen on him leaving Napoli, he did one big season consolidating it with one or two more before leaving isn't a bad idea. Players are always looking to jump ship quite quickly. If he maintains this level or even gets better the big clubs will always be there.He really cannot blame anyone but himself when no big clubs are in for him