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Transfer International Winter 2017/2018
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Aw: Transfer International Winter 2017/2018 27 Dez 2017 19:58 #264014

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Und Oliver Bond sagt Goretzka wird der nächste sein

twitter.com/Oliver__Bond/status/946084050149703686
why are you frustrated? Chelsea have the best group of executives working in football and the results bear that fact out.

Aw: Transfer International Winter 2017/2018 27 Dez 2017 20:46 #264015

United wird auch wieder kräftig investieren dann kann Chelsea mit Arsenal und den Spurs um den 4 Platz kämpfen.

Aw: Transfer International Winter 2017/2018 27 Dez 2017 20:47 #264016

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Freut mich für Liverpool. Wird Zeit, dass die wieder regelmäßig in die CL kommen. Fragt sich nur, wer für die weichen muss.

Aw: Transfer International Winter 2017/2018 29 Dez 2017 12:57 #264040

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MARCA:
• Valverde wants a signing who can play in the Champions League

‣ Four Possible Candidates
» Nabil Fekir (24) - Lyon
» Arthur Melo (21) - Grëmio
» Mesut Özil (29) - Arsenal
» Oscar - Shanghai SIPG F.C.


Bestimmt nur bullshit, aber Oscar wäre zu lustig

www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/sport/fo...ws-jorginho-14090888

M.E.N. Sport understands United are admirers of the 26-year-old Italy international and have shortlisted Jorginho as a potential midfield recruit ahead of next season. United have already scouted Borussia Dortmund duo Julian Weigl and Christian Pulisic.
why are you frustrated? Chelsea have the best group of executives working in football and the results bear that fact out.

Aw: Transfer International Winter 2017/2018 31 Dez 2017 01:23 #264113

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www.nike.com/ca/en_gb/c/fcbarcelona?ref=...%2Ft.co%2FjSmROg7G9c

Schaut es euch an, es ist (Stand jetzt) immer noch auf Nikes Website
why are you frustrated? Chelsea have the best group of executives working in football and the results bear that fact out.

Aw: Transfer International Winter 2017/2018 31 Dez 2017 17:24 #264122

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Laut Bild wechselt Goretzka im Sommer zu den Bayern. Find ich ja interessant, denn offiziell dürfen die doch erst ab 1.1. mit dem Spieler direkt verhandeln?

Aw: Transfer International Winter 2017/2018 31 Dez 2017 17:50 #264123

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gsiberger schrieb:
Laut Bild wechselt Goretzka im Sommer zu den Bayern. Find ich ja interessant, denn offiziell dürfen die doch erst ab 1.1. mit dem Spieler direkt verhandeln?


Theoretisch ja und dabei sind die Bayern immer die ersten, die beschweren wenn mit deren Spieler nicht rechtens verhandelt wird

Aw: Transfer International Winter 2017/2018 01 Jan 2018 13:34 #264126

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www.bbc.com/sport/football/40678998

But, as Mike Rigg, a former sporting director at Manchester City, QPR and Fulham, says: "If Fifa were to examine every breach, they'd have to investigate 99.9% of transfers.

"In 30 years of football I have never, ever, met any person at any club who stands by Fifa's rules on tapping up."

There are two reasons for this, he explains. One is that, by revealing interest to the club first, a buyer puts themselves in a weaker negotiating position. The other is what's the point in bidding for a player who has no desire to leave, and who actually might not be what the club is looking for?

"I've approached clubs in the past and their first response has been: 'Have you spoken to the player?'" Rigg adds.

"When you reply: 'Erm, no...' because you're not supposed to have, they're actually angry with you and say: 'Well why not?!' They think you're wasting their time."

So how does it work, exactly?

"Simple," says Rigg. "You call the agent."

Jesse de Preter, agent and director at Atticus Sports Management, says "99% of the transfers I deal with happen this way".

He explains: "Because a club is not allowed to talk to a player, they put two or three individuals in the way so it cannot be traced directly to them.

"Often they will go to their own agents, who will contact a player through another agent, to be sure it all takes place out of reach of the club. That way, if it blows up in their face, they can just say it is all between agents.

"Or, sometimes a club will just call the agent directly - if they are trusted. Either way it is unavoidable. And it is naive to think that, in a cynical business like football, recruitment would be handled in a more ethical way."


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why are you frustrated? Chelsea have the best group of executives working in football and the results bear that fact out.

Aw: Transfer International Winter 2017/2018 01 Jan 2018 17:03 #264133

Onda Cero: The price of Coutinho is €140m+ €40m in variables (via @Alfremartinezz)

Coutinho to Barca is a matter of 2-3 days. Deals are being studied in detail (Variables), Barca has sent Liverpool a €135-140m + Variables offer. [@MatteoPedrosi]
Letzte Änderung: 01 Jan 2018 17:06 von FcChelsea_MH.

Aw: Transfer International Winter 2017/2018 01 Jan 2018 17:04 #264134

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FcChelsea_MH schrieb:
Onda Cero: The price of Coutinho is €140m+ €40m in variables (via @Alfremartinezz)

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