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Discussion in 'Sporting CP' started by ---Z---, Apr 5, 2011.
I disagree about Elias not caring about the club. He was crying after last game.
Fair enough. I didn't see that.
The reason I made that statement though is his online presence, he's always putting Brazil pictures in his Twitter/Facebook profiles and continues to talk about Brazil and Corinthians...sometimes it makes me feel like he's just kind of treating us as a stepping stone.
Speculation that Tijuana is going to release Dayro Moreno from his contract.
We were tracking this guy last summer. Glad we didn't buy him, as obviously he's been a failure in Mexico.
Seems like it
i have heard too many reports on different spectrums. WHAT THE ******** is going on with Yannick Djalo?
Signed a 4 and half year contract with benfica.
Yannick is garbage. How much did Benfica pay us for him?
Nothing. His contract was terminated in October, so he is free.
I just have a hard time understanding how players can go through a club's youth system into the first team, then join said club's biggest rival. Not just about Djalo, but any players in that position. So odd, guy could've found another club and a new Adventure somewhere, right?
Bojinov off to Udinese is the latest, not sure if confirmed.
I disagree, Yannick is showing that he is a true Sportinguista. He's joining benfica to ******** them up every game like he did with Sporting. Well done son
But yeah, in most cases I'd find it pretty strange, but considering the way he was bullied and treated by the Sporting fans, I don't actually mind.
Hmmm. Didn't see any news story about SCP terminating his contract in October.
You're gonna be hearing about the Djalo transfer for a while. Benfica did it just to add fuel to the fire because they have no intention nor need to buy Djalo (look at their available forwards for crying out loud). Sad and pathetic ethical movement especially if they don't fork something over to Sporting who've been treated very unfairly since the beginning of this whole saga. I understand why people would side with the player, but it's also necessary to remember this is a club that gave him his first change, paid him, etc. etc. Besides, his wife is smoking hot, I'm sure he didn't mind 'having to stay home' a couple of months.
People can talk about Djalo until they are blue in the face, he's still not a good player.
He also took his wife's surname when he got married. ROFL! Like who does that?
He doesn't like his surname, I don't know why, but he doesn't like it. I remember him saying he didn't want to go by the name Djaló, but by Yannick instead.
Thats cause it was terminated when he left for Nice.
And Sporting clung to it in order to get the money, but I don't think any money flowed in.
who cares, he' garbage
Just as I expect... benfica are plain losers!
Atletico Mineiro is firmly interested in ensuring the hiring of Matías Fernández in the coming days, according to Record found from a source close to the process. The emblem of Brazil intends to hire a Chilean and international sounding name appears at the top of the preferences of the miners, and may forward a concrete proposal from the SAD lion in the coming hours.
Fundamental in this process may be the partnership with BMG bank (Banco de Minas Gerais), a provider of weight that seems intent on acquiring comparticipar Matías, which could lead the business to figures from the responsible Sporting irrefutable that already have knowledge of that lust club canary. Leos do not see the leaders welcomed the departure of an important element in the squad at this crucial stage of the season, but everything will depend on the numbers presented by Atletico Mineiro.
This is the club that colluded with Porto to screw Maritimo and us on the Kleber transfer.
I say screw with them a bit before crushing there hopes or in the alternative, ask for a ridiculous number they couldn't possibly afford to pay. Too many times European clubs are held to ransom by Brasilian clubs.
If it was another Brazilian club I'd say let him go, but gotta agree with you, screw them , ask for 55 million
We should probably sell him in the summer, as his value won't go any higher. I like him as a player but I think he can be replaced. Adrien Silva, Andre Martins maybe even Andre Santos can play there.
4.5 million by Matías
Atletico Mineiro are interested in hiring Matías Fernández and Brazilian press reports that the club is willing to do to reach the proposed Sporting a 4.5 million euros.
"Matías Fernández is a very good name," Edward said yesterday Maluf, director of football Atletico Mineiro, on the average Chilean radio Sporting Itatiaia, Brazil.
"We have to disclose something just out of habit when it is confirmed the hiring. So we do not confirm nor deny," added the leader of the 25 years that has a contract with the Lions until 2013 and cost 3.6 million.
4.5 million for Matias! GTFO!
Good. And it's high time to unload some other excess weight.
I'd like to see Izmalov , Ping no goal, and also Rodriguez joining the exodus.
inter apparently may want RVW, I say cash in on him now.
Gotta agree, but it should be a really good offer. Otherwise we should be in no rush to get screwed by a big club with big $$.
I really like Mati, and am quite sad that I never got to see the fantastic Izmailov from his earlier years but both may need to make way if we are to bring back/promote youth talents. All depends on what mgmt thinks the squad is capable of, and who the manager is next season. If they continue to try and win now, gotta keep the experienced players. But really we aren't that close to winning the league in terms of talent or chemistry so a longer view approach may need to be taken.
This summer should be interesting......again.
Let's run the numbers on cashing in on him before making a hasty decision:
Initial Transfer Price: 5.5 million for 100% of pass
Minimum Fee Release: 22 million (summer only)
Perceived negotiated price: 16 million
Less 50% as we sold 50% of his pass to QFIL: 8 million
Net Profit: 2.5 million*
This is also assuming there aren't any percentage of next sale, agency fees or taxes on the sale. But in any event, we'd make a slim profit and still be faced with finding a new number one striker for about 8 million, assuming we don't use some of that money to pay off debt. That's my unbiased, purely economic analysis.
My completely biased uneconomic analysis is that despite his recent goal drought, I very much doubt we can find an 8 million euro striker in a Euro cup year that is going to do any better than him. I like him and would prefer to see him stay, get a bumper deal in 2 years and see if he can make it to Brazil 2014 before cashing in.