All Falcao, All The Time! - The Transfers and Rumors Thread

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  1. halamadrid00

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    Yeah. Me.


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  3. mymy33

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    Deulofeu is impressive I must say, very Ronaldo-esque, although he doesn't make use of his physique as well as the Portuguese man (i.e. aerially) but good pace and technical ability. True to his Cule upbringing, he is a damn fairy though with all his diving and whining :D
  4. anticule

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    Why don't we buy everyone?
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  5. Chinky24

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    You mean all those youngsters?

    OR EVERYONE.

    Because we can probably do both.
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  7. -Reivax-

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    Praet has been hyped in Belgium for a couple of years now and he's broken into Anderlecht's first team this season. He's Belgium's next big talent.
  8. Alma Merengue

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    Seems like very paper is carrying the same story today: Real Madrid have already decided to bring Carvajal back next summer. Well, no duh!
  9. anticule

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    West brom let's go!
  10. fierro

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    Think he will want to come back and have to prove himself all over again risking all the progress made.
  11. 4x4s

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    He can either do that, or play for a competitively irrelevant club in Germany.
  12. mymy33

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    Every player here has to "prove himself all over again" at the start of every season so why would it be different for Carvajal?
  13. 4x4s

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    German newspapers report the Carvajal reports also, although it was being assumed before any report whatsoever. I would say that Leverkusen have expected that. They are looking for young players on loan, i would hope we can build a solid relationship with them, they also had Kroos on loan and it helped him a whole lot. Maybe somebody like Jese can join them.
  14. Alma Merengue

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    Did you see his agent's comments yesterday? If it looks like he won't get first team minutes next year, they will look for a first division opportunity somewhere else.
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    Jese needs to get it together "upstairs" a bit more IMO, I'm not sure sending him out helps or hurts that process at this point.
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    Jese is ready for first division football both mentally and age wise. He's getting too old for youth teams.
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    He and Carvajal share the same agent... could be a summer swap to give Jese the opportunity Carvajal has been given.
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    Putting aside what Jese is and is not ready for wasn't integration into the first team a big part of why he signed his new contract last summer?
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    That would make sense. I like that idea. Carvajal can give him a heads up as to what he can expect. Let's do it, Morata too. Maybe they'll want Nacho to replace Carvajal.
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    Sending Jese over would actually be a very intelligent move career-wise for him.
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    Agreed, it could be a good experience for him.
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    With Schurlle looking like he is on his way out, might have space for him too.
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    I wanna be loaned out. What the f.uck am I doing with my life.
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    Someone please tell me all of this Gareth Bale crap is untrue
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    It is untrue. The British tabloids are getting rather desperate to sell papers, and gain millions for Britain: buy Spanish players cheaply for them and sell EPL players to Spain at exorbitant prices.

    Realistically, where do you think RM get money to pay Levy 60 m? We spent 40m for one player in summer. Do you think RM would be willing to spend over 100m for two rather mediocre players from Spurs in just one year, even though there is a kind of Portuguese connection? Perez has now been forced to look for investors and sponsors overseas to obtain funding. It would be very unlikely that we would spend a lot on transfers unless we sell our highly rated players first, which is in this economic climate very difficult to do.
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