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Sunday, 28 May 2017

Transfer Talk - Costa, Schick, Boeteng and Barkley


TRANSFER TALK

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25-year-old (26 in September) Bayern Munich winger Douglas Costa understandably favours a switch to Italian champions and UEFA Champions League finalists Juventus. He is used to winning titles in the one-team German league so can expect to do the same on the one-team Italian league.

21-year-old (22 next January) Czech Republic and Sampdoria striker Patrick Schick also wants a move to Juventus, who have made Tottenham Hostspur and Arsenal target Thomas Lemar a person of interest this summer.

28-year-old (29 in September) Tottenham linked Jerome Boateng has told German newspaper SportBild that he plans to remain at Bayern Munich next season, amid previous reports that he wanted assurances about his future role at the club.

The Daily Star are having a laugh suggesting West Ham are rivalling Tottenham to sign Ross Barkley. West Ham have emerged as 'major' rivals for his £140,000-a-week signature. Do me a favour.

He isn't going to be interested in taking a step down from Everton, he wants to take a step up in his career, hence his interest in us and Manchester United. West Ham can't even offer European football and continually finish below Everton, yet Barkley is known to want UEFA Champions League football.


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  1. "on the one-team Italian league."

    The author has no idea of what happens in other leagues, namely the battles accompanied by the wins and losses that have marked Juventus' march to the title, but rushes in to give his opinion.
    Well done for looking at the result, and judging a person who wishes to join a successful club over another that has last won something before most of its players were born.

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    2. On the contrary. The author, as well as anyone else that has access to the statistics, can easily see that both the Italian and German leagues are one-club leagues. For a number of seasons only Juve & Bayern have been title winners.

      It isn't rocket-science. Nor does it matter what you want to accept. It's there in the figures. Get over it.

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