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Or how Levy won his game and got what he wanted. Is there any chairman more adept at extracting financial gains from deals?

We have now had a verbal agreement pending an "email" for the deal of Bergwijn going to Ajax, for the 30m Euros, which is thereabouts of where Levy was asking, far from the 20-23m Euros Ajax tried hard to get.

This is an enviable deal for Spurs, who can use this to add to the transfer kitty, though the counter argument is that Spurs are losing a valuable member of the squad.

I feel like we don't credit Levy a lot and by nature of how we humans are, we do blame a lot on him too
Maybe he deserves credit in how he stood tall and got what he wanted from Bergwijn sale.

I think letting the player who so desperately wanted a reunion with Ajax, is a calculated risk.

We have cover with Perisic and potentially Richarlison adjusting to that side.

We have now in the process of bolstering the kitty, so I wonder who will Don Paratici and Don Conte will target next/

I wouldn't mind the cultured lefty Pau Torres, but I have heard a lot of grumblings from the faithfuls on here about him.

If you have just had an extra 30m Euros in the kitty, who do you get and why?

posted on 4/7/22

comment by FootyMcfootfoot (U21853)
posted 2 hours, 51 minutes ago
Cost 26.7m
Sells for 25.8m
Most adept chairman at extracting financial gains 😂😂
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Liverpool fans on this board and Maths are not good bedfellows. Knobbing is still reading up on what a mortgage is

posted on 4/7/22

You guys are right. Selling him for less than he cost is a genius play. Levy for president 😂😂😂

posted on 4/7/22

Don’t forget Romero initially came on loan and so has Kulusevsku and they have not turned out too badly, have they?🤔

posted on 4/7/22

We would not be aquiring Lenglet, without sounding out Lloris first… The club would be crazy not to!

I’m sceptical myself about Lenglet… but it’s a low risk as it’s a loan to buy option

posted on 4/7/22

Really don’t want to pay over the odds for an uproven CB!!

posted on 4/7/22

This Djed Spence is either on or off? I don't even know if this guy can cut at this level?

posted on 4/7/22

The Lenglet deal makes total sense. If it doesn't work out then we haven't shelled out tens of millions on a transfer fee. If he does well we can still make it a permanent deal.

posted on 5/7/22

Levy is no genius at all.
Bergwjyin is going to show what he is really worth at Ajax.

posted on 5/7/22

comment by Striketeam7 - the smartest person you know - Arsenal shat it on 16/01/22 - Todger (U18109)
posted 17 hours, 30 minutes ago
comment by FootyMcfootfoot (U21853)
posted 2 hours, 51 minutes ago
Cost 26.7m
Sells for 25.8m
Most adept chairman at extracting financial gains 😂😂
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Liverpool fans on this board and Maths are not good bedfellows. Knobbing is still reading up on what a mortgage is
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Seems spurs fans are quite adept at changing currencies to suit their agenda.

Yay we got what we paid for him, €30m
When you bought him €30m would cost you £27.6m (what you paid) .
Today €30m gets you £25.8m (what you will get back).

Currency fluctuations eh, who'd have thought it?

Strike and any thought process are total strangers, never mind bedfellows.

posted on 5/7/22

comment by פlǝuƃɥᴉs (U19365)
posted 16 minutes ago
comment by Striketeam7 - the smartest person you know - Arsenal shat it on 16/01/22 - Todger (U18109)
posted 17 hours, 30 minutes ago
comment by FootyMcfootfoot (U21853)
posted 2 hours, 51 minutes ago
Cost 26.7m
Sells for 25.8m
Most adept chairman at extracting financial gains 😂😂
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Liverpool fans on this board and Maths are not good bedfellows. Knobbing is still reading up on what a mortgage is
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Seems spurs fans are quite adept at changing currencies to suit their agenda.

Yay we got what we paid for him, €30m
When you bought him €30m would cost you £27.6m (what you paid) .
Today €30m gets you £25.8m (what you will get back).

Currency fluctuations eh, who'd have thought it?

Strike and any thought process are total strangers, never mind bedfellows.
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wow. are you going to factor in inflation too...yawn!

800k difference....we sell that in beers every game. Levy will sleep at night.

The point being made overall is that we bought him, he underwhelmed Ajax offered to take him back for way less and we, more of less, got our money back, Barri g a currency fluctuation. We'll played Levy He's already shown up Luverpool who offered 60m for Diaz.

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