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GiorgioII2010-05-04 22:05:57 +0000 #1
Ok so the summer season is about to begin and many new players of a real quality will hopefully be acquired.

So far however nothing is official, but Maicon, Maxwell, Grosso and Dacourt look to be done deals.

Many questions though need to be asked when looking at these new players and I certainly would like to pose some now.

1. What will Maicon's role be?

I am interested to see where this guy will line-up. The Inter staff have compared him to Cafu and if he really can be that electric and energetic surely he is too good to leave out of the line-up. Of course though that would leave the question of where to field Il Capitano......

Which one of the new left backs will actually be the main starter?

It seems fairly conclusive that Maxwell is the more talented and the one for the future. However in the immediate it is more likely that the Italian, Grosso will play. Maxwell is still injured and unlikely to make the start of the season.

Will Dacourt really be our replacement for Veron?

Despite their similar hairlines I really don't think so. Not even Inter would make such a drastic step-backwards.

Let's hope a squad can be assembled that can finally return Lo Scudetto to the black and blue side of Milan.


nimesh07752010-05-04 22:18:46 +0000 #2
1. Fabregas, Cesc (ESP) Arsenal FC (ENG) AMC 1987 £50.28m

2. Ronaldo, Cristiano (POR) Manchester United (ENG) MR 1985 £50.04m

3. Rooney, Wayne (ENG) Manchester United (ENG) FC 1985 £45.99m

4. Ramos, Sergio (ESP) Real Madrid (ESP) DC 1986 £38.79m

5. Diego Ribas (BRA) Werder Bremen (GER) AMC 1985 £30.44

6. Sissoko, Mohamed (MLI) Liverpool FC ENG MR 1985 £30.38m

7. Bojinov, Valeri (BUL) Fiorentina AC (ITA) FC 1986 £29.46m

8. Navas, Jesus (ESP) Seville FC (ESP) MR 1985 £25.82m

9. Kalou, Salomon (HOL) Chelsea FC (ENG) FC 1985 £19.30m

10. Lennon, Aaron (ENG) Tottenham Hotspur (ENG) MR 1987 £18.04m
GiorgioII2010-05-04 22:41:48 +0000 #3
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Originally Posted by nimesh0775

1. Fabregas, Cesc (ESP) Arsenal FC (ENG) AMC 1987 £50.28m

2. Ronaldo, Cristiano (POR) Manchester United (ENG) MR 1985 £50.04m

3. Rooney, Wayne (ENG) Manchester United (ENG) FC 1985 £45.99m

4. Ramos, Sergio (ESP) Real Madrid (ESP) DC 1986 £38.79m

5. Diego Ribas (BRA) Werder Bremen (GER) AMC 1985 £30.44

6. Sissoko, Mohamed (MLI) Liverpool FC ENG MR 1985 £30.38m

7. Bojinov, Valeri (BUL) Fiorentina AC (ITA) FC 1986 £29.46m

8. Navas, Jesus (ESP) Seville FC (ESP) MR 1985 £25.82m

9. Kalou, Salomon (HOL) Chelsea FC (ENG) FC 1985 £19.30m

10. Lennon, Aaron (ENG) Tottenham Hotspur (ENG) MR 1987 £18.04m

Where did you get these figures from nimesh? I think some of them are a bit too high in todays footballing climate. Sissoko for sure would not be £30m and I don't think Fabregas would cost as much as 50m.
nimesh07752010-05-04 22:18:47 +0000 #4
GiorgioII, sorry I wasnt clear about how I came up with the transfer values. Basically the most expensive player in the world is Zidane he cost £50.28m. Based on this as the measure of the highest transfer fee, I am predicting the future transfer value of these players. I am assuming these 10 players transfer fees at the peak of their footballing careers. Bear in mind that if someone had predicted Zidane as worth £50m when he was 19-21 years old, noone would have believed them, so keep in mind that these are predictions for the next generation of Zidanes, Ronaldos, Buffons and Nestas.
GiorgioII2010-05-04 22:54:08 +0000 #5
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Originally Posted by nimesh0775

GiorgioII, sorry I wasnt clear about how I came up with the transfer values. Basically the most expensive player in the world is Zidane he cost £50.28m. Based on this as the measure of the highest transfer fee, I am predicting the future transfer value of these players. I am assuming these 10 players transfer fees at the peak of their footballing careers. Bear in mind that if someone had predicted Zidane as worth £50m when he was 19-21 years old, noone would have believed them, so keep in mind that these are predictions for the next generation of Zidanes, Ronaldos, Buffons and Nestas.

Ah ok, thankyou. That makes a lot more sense. Now I can see how you came up with it and I would have to agree with the majority of those figures if we are talking about future values.

However, the footballing climate is less inclined to involve large figure fees nowadays so we may not see all of those players move for such large prices.
King Adriano2010-05-04 23:36:24 +0000 #6
nimesh i got ur point about the high prices that is coming in the near future but just the players u mentioned aren't the right ones 2 start with such hot transfers.

me myself i think that the most players that can be transfered for such amounts of money are.

1) Adriano.

2) Rooney

3) Kaka

4) Cristiano Ronaldo

5) Fernando Torres

6) Riquelme

7) Tevez

8) Ibrahimovic

9) Bojinov

10) Fabregas
Ryan272010-05-04 23:55:46 +0000 #7
Quote:

Originally Posted by nimesh0775

Based on this as the measure of the highest transfer fee, I am predicting the future transfer value of these players. I am assuming these 10 players transfer fees at the peak of their footballing careers.

I assume you're only considering players born in or after 1985? Not a bad idea, though I suspect there will be quite a few players relatively unknown to us today that would make such a future top 10 list. Also interesting to see some of the names that you rate higher than Messi, but I suppose injuries may weigh down his value since he is so frail...
nimesh07752010-05-05 01:08:10 +0000 #8
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Originally Posted by King Adriano

nimesh i got ur point about the high prices that is coming in the near future but just the players u mentioned aren't the right ones 2 start with such hot transfers.

me myself i think that the most players that can be transfered for such amounts of money are.

1) Adriano.

2) Rooney

3) Kaka

4) Cristiano Ronaldo

5) Fernando Torres

6) Riquelme

7) Tevez

8) Ibrahimovic

9) Bojinov

10) Fabregas

Of course players like Adriano, Kaka, Torres, Tevez and Ibrahimovic will move for loadsa money. But those aren't predictions really - they are already stars and they have already moved for a lot. I'm focussing on players born in or after 1985. Also, Riquelme is not even that young anymore, I think he is like 28 already...

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