Newcastle United sent warning signals quite early in the window but have found it hard to sign top stars, what is wrong? (Photo credit: Sk...
|Newcastle United sent warning signals quite early in the window but have found it hard to sign top stars, what is wrong? (Photo credit: Sky Sports)|
It’s that time of the season where everyone monitors breaking news and player movements, we bring to you the peak of the bunch as team try to bolster their squad ahead of the new season.
Newcastle learning the hard way?
It’s one thing to be bought over by a rich sugar daddy, it’s another thing for that sugar daddy to have the Roman Abramovic vibe and it’s another thing entirely for players to see your club as an ideal place to be.
Newcastle agreed terms with Hugo Ekitike, the young man has been stalling on the move; he’s waiting for a club in Europe. All the big names that were touted to be on their way to Newcastle have all cooled off, you can’t by class… Can you?
Chelsea must miss Abramovic badly
Speaking of an ideal sugar daddy, Chelsea must badly miss their former owner Roman Abramovic with deals falling through here and there in the current window.
Chelsea tried to hijack the Gabriel Jesus deal but seems that isn’t happening. They wanted Ousman Dembele, as a free agent they can’t even seal that. Chelsea fans can’t relate with this madness, they’re used to “point and kill” and not all these excuses of FFP that Mr. Todd Boehly is preaching.
What is happening at Manchester United?
Virtually every name in football has been linked to Manchester United and as you’re reading this, they still haven’t signed anyone, what is the problem?
The signed a promising manager after the Ralf Rangnick experiment failed woefully and they were expected to go hard in the window but nothing of such has happened. Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic and Jesse Lingard have all left, what are they waiting for? Or is top six a joke to them?
Barcelona needs to open gofundme?
Barcelona is currently owing everyone and we won’t be surprised to hear the bakery down the road is closing down because the club officials are owing them a lot of money, it looks that bad but somehow, they’re pricing the costliest players in the market… No be juju be that?
Barcelona want the trio of Jules Kounde, Robert Lewandowski and Raphinha, yet they need to get players on huge wages off first, can they swallow their pride and ask fans and well wishers to donate via a gofundme link?
Serie A is a poverty league
Why are they so broke in the Serie A? they can’t afford premium transfer fees and would rather ask for loans or how do you explain Inter Milan that took mega bucks from Chelsea last summer, asking Chelsea to lower loan demands for the same player that they want back?
Intra-league transfers are the same, they don’t pay well and would rather do two-year loan deals to cushion effects, why are they so poor? Remember Federico Chiesa’s deal to Juventus? Or do they need to be investigated?