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Raiola in Paris to seal De Ligt move to PSG

Talk of him getting 340k a week at 19 years old If that's true then I'm glad we dropped out of the race. We were willing to go above what Barca offered so say the rumours and offer him 225k a week. However 340k for a 19 year old CB is absolutely mental. That would set yet another truly horrible precedent at the club.

Absolutely incredible deal for the lad though can't be denied. But does seem like a bit of a waste going there. They couldn't even beat us ffs and we are crap.

posted on 12/6/19

Here, for example:

https://edition.cnn.com/2018/11/26/football/fc-barcelona-wages-football-spt-intl/index.html

posted on 12/6/19

omment by it'sonlyagame (U6426)
posted 4 minutes ago

Here, for example:

https://edition.cnn.com/2018/11/26/football/fc-barcelona-wages-football-spt-intl/index.html

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Suprised they are higher than us, considering hapless Ed authorised the Sanchez deal.

posted on 12/6/19

80% of their turnover apparently. We spend 55% on ours.

Goes to show though that their club aren't interested in huge profits. They want success. The way a football club should be ran.

posted on 12/6/19

Raiola has his ban suspended by CAS:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48616717

posted on 12/6/19

Mino Raiola on Matthijs de Ligt to PSG: "This is the classic example of fake news. Photo of me and French journalist in Paris? He asked me to take a picture together, but I did not know who this gentleman was, I have never spoken with him."

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

posted on 13/6/19

comment by Ed The King Woodward (U10026)
posted 16 hours, 8 minutes ago
Yep, we want to right are own laws.
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Thank you Barry.

posted on 13/6/19

comment by Glazers_Out (SE85) (U21241)
posted 15 hours, 21 minutes ago
80% of their turnover apparently. We spend 55% on ours.

Goes to show though that their club aren't interested in huge profits. They want success. The way a football club should be ran.
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There's no-one to pay the profits to. No 'shareholders' in the traditional sense. Same at Madrid.

posted on 13/6/19

going to a league called Ligue 1 Uber Eats

posted on 13/6/19

comment by Glazers_Out (SE85) (U21241)
posted 16 hours, 46 minutes ago

80% of their turnover apparently. We spend 55% on ours.

Goes to show though that their club aren't interested in huge profits. They want success. The way a football club should be ran.

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You think we should pay ridiculous wages just to match Barca?

I don't think that is the way to run a football club at all.

I know what your reply to that will be, so I will point you to the current CL winners to save you the effort..

posted on 18/6/19

His GF seen house hunting in Paris.

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