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« Reply #42825 on: January 12, 2018, 04:54:59 PM »
What do we think of Sanchez

Seems to depend if Wenger will do business with Man Utd & Jose, if so he will be a Utd player before City.

where does he fit in at united?

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« Reply #42826 on: January 12, 2018, 04:55:42 PM »
He fits in ahead of Martial or Lingard that's where he fits in.

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« Reply #42827 on: January 12, 2018, 05:48:02 PM »
What do we think of Sanchez

Seems to depend if Wenger will do business with Man Utd & Jose, if so he will be a Utd player before City.

Prefers a move to City but they arenít willing to pony up apparently
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« Reply #42828 on: January 12, 2018, 06:29:25 PM »
Not the worst player to have as back up
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« Reply #42829 on: January 12, 2018, 06:40:38 PM »
He fits in ahead of Martial or Lingard that's where he fits in.

Fergie predicted big things for Lingard around this age, he is playing brilliantly at the minute, Martial is no slouch either, I would have thought at some point they might want to continue to develop these two players by giving them more playing time, but Mourinho does not do development so Sanchez will probably be a United player.
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« Reply #42830 on: January 12, 2018, 06:44:41 PM »
He fits in ahead of Martial or Lingard that's where he fits in.

Fergie predicted big things for Lingard around this age, he is playing brilliantly at the minute, Martial is no slouch either, I would have thought at some point they might want to continue to develop these two players by giving them more playing time, but Mourinho does not do development so Sanchez will probably be a United player.

Fergie also predicted massive things for Phil Jones and Smalling as well. Towards the end, his judgement of players especially English players wasnt what it should have been. At 25 I think Lingard has reached his plateau, so I'd cut him loose.

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« Reply #42831 on: January 12, 2018, 07:41:05 PM »
Fergie also predicted Moyes would fit in
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« Reply #42832 on: January 12, 2018, 09:18:20 PM »
He fits in ahead of Martial or Lingard that's where he fits in.

Fergie predicted big things for Lingard around this age, he is playing brilliantly at the minute, Martial is no slouch either, I would have thought at some point they might want to continue to develop these two players by giving them more playing time, but Mourinho does not do development so Sanchez will probably be a United player.
Martial has got a lot of game time, especially considering his age. Lingard has been an ever present for two months. Been Uniteds best player this season too
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Re: Man Utd Thread:
« Reply #42833 on: January 12, 2018, 10:08:54 PM »
What do we think of Sanchez

Seems to depend if Wenger will do business with Man Utd & Jose, if so he will be a Utd player before City.

Prefers a move to City but they arenít willing to pony up apparently

Manchester City have given the price they would be prepared to pay for Sanchez they won't rise that price as they don't have someone like Ed Woodward over their transfers.

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« Reply #42834 on: January 13, 2018, 10:07:45 AM »
What do we think of Sanchez

Seems to depend if Wenger will do business with Man Utd & Jose, if so he will be a Utd player before City.

Prefers a move to City but they arenít willing to pony up apparently

Manchester City have given the price they would be prepared to pay for Sanchez they won't rise that price as they don't have someone like Ed Woodward over their transfers.
They don't wanna raise the price cos they don't wanna further breach the FFP rules.   Doubt if the £35M itself is an issue since they just pump it out of the ground after all!

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« Reply #42835 on: January 13, 2018, 10:23:40 AM »
What do we think of Sanchez

Seems to depend if Wenger will do business with Man Utd & Jose, if so he will be a Utd player before City.

Prefers a move to City but they arenít willing to pony up apparently

Manchester City have given the price they would be prepared to pay for Sanchez they won't rise that price as they don't have someone like Ed Woodward over their transfers.
They don't wanna raise the price cos they don't wanna further breach the FFP rules.   Doubt if the £35M itself is an issue since they just pump it out of the ground after all!

According to Mark Ogden who is a good source about United, City wonít pay £35m for a player with 6 months left on his contract and also wonít pay the agent fees, no surprise United are willing to pay the agent fees.

http://www.espn.co.uk/football/english-premier-league/23/blog/post/3345730/manchester-city-still-alexis-sanchez-favourites-but-manchester-united-are-in-contention
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« Reply #42836 on: January 13, 2018, 01:18:14 PM »
I would say that FFP is more accurate than Mark Ogden.  Given the money City have splashed out the past few years i struggle to see why they wouldn't spend an extra 10/15 million for a top player, especially when you look at thebig money they have spent on dung.
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« Reply #42837 on: January 13, 2018, 03:04:24 PM »
What do we think of Sanchez

Seems to depend if Wenger will do business with Man Utd & Jose, if so he will be a Utd player before City.

Prefers a move to City but they arenít willing to pony up apparently

Manchester City have given the price they would be prepared to pay for Sanchez they won't rise that price as they don't have someone like Ed Woodward over their transfers.

How on earth is Woodward still allowed to do the transfer business? Not a big fan of Sanchez his attitude stinks.

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« Reply #42838 on: January 13, 2018, 04:54:56 PM »
What do we think of Sanchez

Seems to depend if Wenger will do business with Man Utd & Jose, if so he will be a Utd player before City.

Prefers a move to City but they arenít willing to pony up apparently

Manchester City have given the price they would be prepared to pay for Sanchez they won't rise that price as they don't have someone like Ed Woodward over their transfers.

How on earth is Woodward still allowed to do the transfer business? Not a big fan of Sanchez his attitude stinks.

As far as I'm aware, towards the end of Fergie's reign, United lost out on the likes of Hazard due to a refusal to pay agents' fees. So no complaints here around paying them if it secures the top talent. Although the money the agents make obscene money from the transfers (and probably push their players out the door of some clubs to collect their fees), but until all the major clubs in Europe refuse to pay them, it will only lead to United losing out on top players.

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Re: Man Utd Thread:
« Reply #42839 on: January 13, 2018, 08:02:30 PM »
What do we think of Sanchez

Seems to depend if Wenger will do business with Man Utd & Jose, if so he will be a Utd player before City.

Prefers a move to City but they arenít willing to pony up apparently

Manchester City have given the price they would be prepared to pay for Sanchez they won't rise that price as they don't have someone like Ed Woodward over their transfers.

How on earth is Woodward still allowed to do the transfer business? Not a big fan of Sanchez his attitude stinks.

It would be a mistake competitiveness with simple petulance. Best goal-scoring winger in the EPL.