Not many are putting boots into Chelsea as they don't own other clubs that they can buy from for a below market rate.Udinese does this too and farms them off to Granada and previously Watford before they were promoted...
Chelsea is way way way way worse than City in this regard, yet I'm not seeing flogs laying the boots into them
They are unreported fees, but given it's happened 3 times I'd say it's a high chance.Every transaction we make with a partner club needs to be reported to UEFA as part of FFP process.
If they think we are buying players under their value they can adjust our FFP returns downwards.
But you've already confirmed that you have no reason to think we are buying players for less than market value other than you just think we are.
City rejected Saudi Arabia for Mooy so Manchester could sign him. Never talked about Lampard... There's a guy from NYC who just joined City this year.3 times? you do realise both mooy and lampard had expired contracts right?
you don't need to pay fees for unsigned players.
Mooy knocked back a $2m move to Al Nassr in 2015, not Melbourne City.City rejected Saudi Arabia for Mooy so Manchester could sign him. Never talked about Lampard... There's a guy from NYC who just joined City this year.
Mooy knocked back a $2m move to Al Nassr in 2015, not Melbourne City.
He moved to Manchester, and then Huddersfield in 2016.
Do you get tired of being wrong trying to defend City's blatant oil tycoon ways that have helped destroy football?Melbourne City have held firm on their promise not to sell Aaron Mooy during the upcoming January transfer window after rejecting what would have been a record deal.
Quotes from Mooy.Do you get tired of being wrong trying to defend City's blatant oil tycoon ways that have helped destroy football?
Where my club deserves to be criticised I'll do it. I've criticised, players, managers, transfers,.ticket prices, decisions made by the club.Al-Nassr made Melbourne a £2 million offer. “When I was looking to leave Australia that offer came in,” he said. “I was 25, I was thinking I’m getting older, to look at it as a good financial move or should I wait and hold out if something comes up at the end of the season. It’s a good job I didn’t do it as look where I am now.
Priceless.Quotes from him do not say he rejected it. Same as always, player gets talked to first then the club. Keep up.
Common sense says in that article there is no definitive quote that says he rejected it. Keep up, or do I have to slow down for the less intelligent people?Priceless.
Actual quotes from the person say "he" had a choice of taking the money or hold out for something better.
With a few months left on his contract do you really think if his preference was Saudi Arabia he wouldn't have gone there.
Come on, I know your trying to build yourself a bit of a reputation on here (for what I'm not sure yet). But a bit of common sense is in order surely.
BTW I am enjoying Everton fans having a go at the integrity of our owner.
Simple fact, no club in the world is going to turn down $2m in January just to let a player go anywhere in a few months time including to the club that offered $2m. It's a totally ridiculous idea.No, he wasn't.
Also that's the point, they let him run out so they could get him for Free, instead of selling. Deliberate ploy.
Magma was talking about the other person signed by Manchester City from NYC. Keep. Up.Magma said he was a free to which you replied:
Simple fact, no club in the world is going to turn down $2m in January just to let a player go anywhere in a few months time including to the club that offered $2m. It's a totally ridiculous idea.