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    Quote Originally Posted by CafeCordoba View Post
    FFP-wise, loan + obligation is the same thing as doing a permanent transfer right now. We need to do only loan+option unless we can sell players.
    What's the policy on loan deals with options that become obligations if certain criteria are met? Make CL, not get relegated, play 5 games etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fapuccino View Post
    Ausilio these years has done "well" for a team like Sampdoria or Atalanta. Not Inter.
    Let's stick to the Suning era, we were starting from a 4th position with Mancini (previous year), they sacked him listen to Kia and spent 70 milion on Mario and Gabigol hiring the worst coach I've seen in my 30 years of Inter. This made us losing a year of work and we're still paying for that money we waste... that wasn't Ausilio choice. Thanks Suning but facts are facts not to be forgotten

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    According to me the media know fuck all about shit... And you guys getting worked up about it... is hilarious to say the least
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    Let's think of it logically and positively. If Inter have really pulled away from Vidal at loan with 18m option then there HAS to be another better option which probably emerged for Inter out of no where. There's no chance that Inter will let go of Vidal for such a bagain after all of these negotiations for no fucking reason.

    Keep in mind that so far we haven't exactly spent a lot of money. We have the cash (or loans should I say..). We just want to spend it very carefully and not waste it on garbage like in the past 2 (or 7) years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brehme1989 View Post
    What's the policy on loan deals with options that become obligations if certain criteria are met? Make CL, not get relegated, play 5 games etc.
    I don't know but my guess is that if there's any kind of "option turning to obligation" it is interpreted as obligation and thus permanent transfer.

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    According to Sky, Vidal to Barcelona is a done deal. Close this thread.
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    Ausilio better come up with something better now. Closed.

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