Hilarious how we get done over by European clubs on transfers
We've only allowed one big name to leave each of the last 3 summers so I would be surprised if both Maguire and Chilwell leave and I think your right about the message it sendsI will say this. If we start next season without Chilwell Maguire and Tielemans, that’s very bad news.
Not necessarily just on the pitch, but more the message that sends across the league (and to our own players) that our players our “gettable”.
A transfer request doesn't have to be honoured by the club, it would however disqualify the player from any loyalty bonuses due.Does Tielemans have a say in whether he leaves or stays at Monaco? Assuming a good wage is on offer from us, could he put in a transfer request if Monaco did not want to release him, or only to someone offering more than us?
Is Tielemans technically a 'chattel', or, if not out of contract, closer to being a 'modern slave'?
Dead easy isn't it.just do the deal to get Tielemans
it's not as complicated as people like to make out, meet their valuation they aren't going to say no in the hope someone else will pay more. Frankly if he starts dragging his feet then we should just pull out of the deal there and then as we don't need to be signing players that are not totally committedDead easy isn't it.
Apart from the fact that they might not be desperate to sell immediately, if they think they can get more money later in the transfer window, particularly if other clubs become interested in him.
And he might want to wait to see if a team in the Champions League want him.
Clubs do that all the time. They want a bidding war to get the best deal.meet their valuation they aren't going to say no in the hope someone else will pay more
Yes. I have only just started watching footballSeriously? Have you only just started watching football?
He'd go for the same reason as Mahrez, greed and winning things (not him personally)
Why would he be? Their transfer record signing isn’t.Why wouldn’t he be guaranteed first team? He’s better than Delph and Zinchenko.
I don’t think this rumour is going to go away to be honest. Left back is probably Man City’s weakest area, and Chilwell would definitely be Pep’s cup of tea considering how comfortable he is bombing forward.
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