Transfers- How do we compete ?

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Postby woof woof ! » Thu Jul 20, 2017 1:41 pm

Money is football has gone completely crazy!

How the f*ck does a club even as world renowned as ours compete with stuff like this

The Mail online.

Paris Saint-Germain are growing confident of sealing a sensational swoop for Neymar in a world-record £196million deal.

The French club are willing to trigger the Barcelona and Brazil star's release clause of €222m (£196m), pay a signing on fee of £45m and offer a five-year deal worth £596,000 a week after tax.



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Postby Klopptomaniac » Wed Aug 02, 2017 12:41 pm

The transfers being backed by a government. They're essentially giving him the money to pay for his owner release clause so it's not officially a transfer - he's technically going to be a free agent before signing for PGS.

If that doesn't expose FFP for what it is then nothing else will. All it's done is encourage clubs to layer deals in a way to not directly relate to transfers. City and Etihad is another obvious one. This rule is encouraging this behaviour. What a joke
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Postby bunglemark2 » Wed Aug 02, 2017 12:57 pm

woof woof ! » Thu Jul 20, 2017 12:41 pm wrote:Money is football has gone completely crazy!

How the f*ck does a club even as world renowned as ours compete with stuff like this

The Mail online.

Paris Saint-Germain are growing confident of sealing a sensational swoop for Neymar in a world-record £196million deal.

The French club are willing to trigger the Barcelona and Brazil star's release clause of €222m (£196m), pay a signing on fee of £45m and offer a five-year deal worth £596,000 a week after tax.



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Go and read how much his oul fella will pocket out of this transfer... It's f'kin nuts, period.
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Postby aCe' » Wed Aug 02, 2017 2:12 pm

Regardless of how they spin it, PSG will have to sell a number of their players to finance this deal. Most of the big clubs get around the FFP through the sponsorship deals they sign, PSG are no different.
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Postby parchpea » Tue Sep 12, 2017 4:04 pm

Club sale to people that have means and will to go toe to toe with these big hitters.

Short if that we will just tread water with FSG until they have opportunity and are ready to cash in on their project.
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Postby kazza » Fri Dec 15, 2023 6:00 pm

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Highest paid player in the PL by year


1992-93: John Barnes - £10,000-a-week

1993-94: John Barnes - £10,000-a-week

1994-95: Eric Cantona - £18,000-a-week

1995-96: Dennis Bergkamp - £25,000-a-week

1996-97: Fabrizio Ravanelli - £42,000-a-week

1997-98: Alan Shearer - £34,000-a-week

1998-99: Alan Shearer - £34,000-a-week

1999-00: Roy Keane - £52,000-a-week

2000-01: Roy Keane - £52,000-a-week

2001-02: Roy Keane - £90,000-a-week

2002-03: Roy Keane - £94,000-a-week

2003-04: Hernan Crespo - £94,000-a-week

2004-05: Frank Lampard - £98,000-a-week

2005-06: Steven Gerrard - £100,000-a-week

2006-07: Andriy Shevchenko - £118,000-a-week

2007-08: John Terry - £135,000-a-week

2008-09: Robinho - £160,000-a-week

2009-10: Carlos Tevez - £250,000-a-week

2010-11: Carlos Tevez - £250,000-a-week

2011-12: Carlos Tevez - £250,000-a-week

2012-13: Carlos Tevez - £250,000-a-week

2013-14: Wayne Rooney - £300,000-a-week

2014-15: Wayne Rooney - £300,000-a-week

2015-16: Wayne Rooney - £300,000-a-week

2016-17: Wayne Rooney - £300,000-a-week

2017-18: Alexis Sanchez - £350,000-a-week

2018-19: Alexis Sanchez - £350,000-a-week

2019-20: David de Gea - £375,000-a-week

2020-21: Gareth Bale - £560,000-a-week (majority paid by Real Madrid)

2021-22: Cristiano Ronaldo - £480,000-a-week

2022-23: Erling Haaland - £865,000-a-week

2023-24: Erling Haaland - £865,000-a-week
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Postby damjan193 » Fri Dec 15, 2023 11:11 pm

What a failure United have been since Ferguson left. Spent as much as City but got nowhere. Their post-Ferguson era has been worse than our post-Dalglish era, especially if you consider their spendings.
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Postby kazza » Sat Dec 16, 2023 6:16 am

And the debt they are in…….

I cannot understand how a seemingly intelligent Jim Ratcliffe is and that he would see value in that team to invest 1.25 billion for a 25% share. The stadium is crumbling and in need of serious investment, they have a crippling amount of debt and a squad that is in need of a complete overhaul. He will be in charge of spending the money so I see it all ending in tears considering who owns the other 75%.
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