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Could it happen you just cut "relations" with the cunt?As I feared, Giacomo Bonaventura could also be leaving this summer as he's represented by Mino Raiola.
Perin was the GOAT goalkeeper of PES2013. Truly remarkable development that guy had.We've held talks today regarding Neto, Mattia Perin and Salvatore Sirigu. Neto was the early favourite but it appears we're now more interested in Perin. There's also consideration of Alex Meret, a talented 20-year-old owned by Udinese who was on loan at Serie B champions SPAL last season (the one that's just finished).
If Bonaventura goes and I'm not forgetting any others who belong to him then yes. He and Massimiliano Mirabelli (our director of sport) now hate each other which some are saying was the final straw with the Donnarumma deal. Once again though, if one's agent falling out with the club's director of the sport is a reason to do what Donnarumma has done, that's pathetic.Could it happen you just cut "relations" with the cunt?
I've read €15m for Perin including bonuses which is fair....except for the fact he's twice suffered knee ligament damage so far in his career which is a real worry. The fee will be broken down into something like a €10m fee with a fixed amount to be paid for every 10 appearances he makes until the additional €5m is fully paid or he is sold.Perin was the GOAT goalkeeper of PES2013. Truly remarkable development that guy had.
Any mention of possible transfer fees? I've read an interesting opinion today, you could sell Donnarumma for €20m (at least), use that to get Belotti, and the possible excess to get a goalkeeper.
Not only is he 100% retired, he's now back as club manager :sweey3:Also, I'm guessing Abbiati is 100% retired?
He appears to be on the list but the price is currently putting us off (around €20m).What about Leno?
Interested to see what the likes of [MENTION=29007]Bish[/MENTION] [MENTION=20055]Joel[/MENTION] and [MENTION=215711]rebelinho[/MENTION] (so basically fans of other clubs with no vested interest) think of the matter if that is indeed what Raiola says.Agent Mino Raiola is expected to say that Gianluigi Donnarumma refused a new Milan contract because repeated requests for guarantees were ignored.
On Thursday, directors Marco Fassone and Massimiliano Mirabelli confirmed that Donnarumma had turned down a new deal, noting it did not seem to be an economic issue.
The 18-year-old was offered €5m per year wages, including bonuses, but today Raiola will break his silence by speaking to the media in Montecarlo.
According to reports, Raiola will explain that Donnarumma wanted to stay at Milan, but was disheartened by the lack of clarity under their new Chinese ownership.
Raiola claims he tried repeatedly to get a list of the investors in the club after the takeover, or even a meeting with owner Yonghong Li, to no avail.
When the Financial Fair Play plan sent to UEFA was withdrawn, to be changed and delivered again in October, this raised more question marks.
Raiola therefore asked to introduce a release clause into the contract worth €40m (and not €10m as originally believed) if Milan had financial difficulties or failed to qualify for the Champions League.
This request was also rejected, so with pressure put on Donnarumma to make a decision quickly, they preferred to just walk away.
Preach on :sweey2:Obviously with HIS journalists, with previously agreed questions and all pre-recorded because it should never be a real debate with real questions. It seems strange to see Raiola, who has always shunned the media, opening his doors and trying to save the impossible.
It seems strange to hear words like ‘hostile climate’, ‘forcing’, and ‘threats’ that translate financially to €25m in five years, the captain’s armband and six months of reflections to get to June and say they feel hurried.
It’s seems strange to hear about a hostile climate for a lad who is the first Milan player in many years to have his own song from the fans and so much love from every single Milan fan.
It seems strange to learn from Raiola that there was no discussion of wages or the length of the contract. Maybe because in the famous game of ‘the compensation that would be paid to Milan will go to me’, some elementary things have no value.
It seems strange that Raiola, with his polished Italian and infinite culture, did not comprehend the simple meaning of a banner to which he referred!
It seems strange that such a great agent was unable to represent the interests of his client. Instead he destroyed his image not only in the eyes of Milan fans, but of all football fans, who now find that an 18-year-old can be irreconcilable with the club which launched him in the sole interest of a man behind him, promising mountains of money.
It seems strange that, just a few days after the farewell of Francesco Totti, in tears in front of his fans, a lad of 18 would prefer money to being treated as a God by his fans.
For a sportsman, the gratitude of the fans has no financial value, and we invite Donnarumma to reflect upon what he has denied himself for the rest of his career.
It doesn’t seem strange to us that Raiola didn’t explain how everything changed so fast.
It doesn’t seem strange to us that someone who really wanted to be a club symbol (Hamsik) moved away from this character, becoming captain of the club he chose to love.
It doesn’t seem strange even to try and cast old condors (Galliani) in a good light, who say they want the best for Milan having placed one who could have been a club symbol for the future in the hands of a vulture, so now he is merely the symbol of easy money.
The actual reality of football is increasingly far from the passion of the people and closer to Raiola-style characters, figures capable of conditioning whole careers and histories of the most important clubs with one goal: their own self-interest.
We want to thank those who are working for the good of Milan, and have brought people with Rossoneri values back to the club, people who really meant it when they kissed the badge and deserved it when they received affection.
We know it must have been difficult for the lad to defend himself from the thousands of criticism and insults he’s received in the past few days, but when you swear love and betray it, that’s all that can happen.
On social media it’s likely that things have been over the top, and of course we don’t think threats are right, they have nothing to do with our position.
We believe there may still be a chance to rebuild things, but it’s now linked to the expulsion for his affairs of those who pushed him in a bad direction, ruining his image.
Players come and go, we and Milan will always be there.
Since when does he a) needs to meet them and b) they have to answer to his "demands?"Raiola claims he tried repeatedly to get a list of the investors in the club after the takeover, or even a meeting with owner Yonghong Li, to no avail.
I agree.When the Financial Fair Play plan sent to UEFA was withdrawn, to be changed and delivered again in October, this raised more question marks.
Understandable, I'd do the same, €40m would still be a record transfer for a GK. I suppose the regular release clause would be €100m?Raiola therefore asked to introduce a release clause into the contract worth €40m (and not €10m as originally believed) if Milan had financial difficulties or failed to qualify for the Champions League.
I think it is a bit of a both. I like the way Fassone and Mirabelly have handled themselves so far, especially Fassone who is already doing a million times better than I expected he would.Do you think Milan would truly accept Dollarumma back, or is it just to put even more pressure on Raiola/Gigio?
He has one hell of an ego problem but it doesn't help that he had such a good relationship with Galliani as he expected the same with the new owners and is pissed off that they're not interested in him. He even said today that if Galliani were still at Milan, we'd already have Ibrahimovic (why the fuck do we want him now?).Since when does he a) needs to meet them and b) they have to answer to his "demands?"
Yes, the regular clause would be €100m. The thing is, Raiola now claims we never even reached the point of speaking about money or release clauses - what exactly DID we get around to discussing then? His contract has less than 12-and-a-half months to run and they don't want to discuss money? He's lying through his teeth.Understandable, I'd do the same, €40m would still be a record transfer for a GK. I suppose the regular release clause would be €100m?
All in all I still take Milan's side. Regardless of the deals, Gigio said one thing and acted the opposite way. I fucking hate that.