Manchester United - Theatre of Dreams - Part 36

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fat_boyz

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We will lose 5-0
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I bought Man U to win exact scores 1-0, 2-0, and 2-1 =:p
Cos odds super enticing... never had the odds been so against us since I started supporting the team.
Play small small just for the fun of it. :D
 

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The huge add-on fees Anthony Martial could cost Manchester United revealed in official transfer papers

Over the course of the season the papers show United agreed to pay €50m (£38m) for the star.

But they will have to stump up another €10m (£7.6m) if he scores 25 league goals, €10m if he wins 25 caps for France and €10m if he is nominated for the Ballon d'Or award. That could total upwards of £60m.

But it also details that if United sell Martial for more than €60m (£45m), then Monaco will get half of the capital gains as part of the deal.

https://www.sportsjo-.ie/football/l...ed-revealed-in-official-transfer-papers-59911

Because Monaco will get half the capital gains if Man Utd sell Anthony Martial, this is the main reason Man Utd refused to sell him.

Because there were add-ons when Man Utd signed Anthony Martial from Monaco, Woodward thinks he can put some add-ons when trying to sign Bruno Fernandes. But Sporting wants cash & not add-ons.
 

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All the media publish nowadays ish all 'close to this', 'close to that'... :s8:
 

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It seems that Sporting was the one that came to Man Utd to offer Bruno at a reduced price due to their financial problems which they need to clear by end of Jan.

Man Utd then subsequently talk to Bruno and they had agreed personal terms.

Then now after that is all done, Sporting wants to raise the price...as such, the cause of the delay.

Yes it's frustrating that we cannot close a player as soon as we want but the club seems to be going in the correct direction as far as transfer is concerned.

Buying players that only suit the club with Ole doing background checks on the players and the club making sure we are not carrot head and not overpaying for players.

Yes it's frustrating but we can only believe in the current direction the club is heading and stay positive.

thats why i said sporting unethical, 贱商. their own problem they inserted clauses to buy BF and they own ppl $$ then now they trying to exploit our desperateness by going back on the transfer fee
 

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Weekly wages:
Shaw: £130,000
Lingard: £110,000
Matic: £120,000
Maguire: £170,000
Mata: £150,000
Phil Jones: £80,000

Alexander-Arnold: £40,000
Robertson: £55,000
Alisson: £90,000
Mane: £135,000
Van Dijk: £165,000
 

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of cos. look at how many fans here alone attracted to this kind of news
so imagine how much clicks n views they can get worldwide
All the media publish nowadays ish all 'close to this', 'close to that'... :s8:
 

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Signings have to be "the right one" and "the right type".

Bruno's the only footballer in the world who can improve our star studded midfield :o
 

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Weekly wages:
Shaw: £130,000
Lingard: £110,000
Matic: £120,000
Maguire: £170,000
Mata: £150,000
Phil Jones: £80,000

Alexander-Arnold: £40,000
Robertson: £55,000
Alisson: £90,000
Mane: £135,000
Van Dijk: £165,000

nothing wrong if performing but.........
 

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lapsed already. apparently somebody smart enough to set a timeline of by 2018/19 for the clauses to be active, seems like he only met the goal scored clause. the 50% sell on fee to be given to monaco also lapsed since 01jan2020 :s13:

https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/anthony-martials-bonus-clauses-revealed-12218898

Some of the add-ons for Bruno included Man Utd winning the Premier league title & Champions League. Sporting is not interested in these add-ons because they know Man Utd is not going to win the Premier League title & Champions League.
 

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Some of the add-ons for Bruno included Man Utd winning the Premier league title & Champions League. Sporting is not interested in these add-ons because they know Man Utd is not going to win the Premier League title & Champions League.

I read that too. Which sensible ceo will take that risk, woody trying to pull a fast one also. At least for martial one is attainable least the ballon d or clause, his last few years under JM was terrible that’s why his international call up clause wasn’t activated
 

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Weekly wages:
Shaw: £130,000
Lingard: £110,000
Matic: £120,000
Maguire: £170,000
Mata: £150,000
Phil Jones: £80,000

Alexander-Arnold: £40,000
Robertson: £55,000
Alisson: £90,000
Mane: £135,000
Van Dijk: £165,000

like pap. pay gold bar still get shittto
 
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