2021/2022 Forwards Rumours Thread

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If we could lure him in without breaking the bank it would be worth it. Lautaro, Dybala, Dzeko, and Correa would be an interesting strike force.

Sadly I couldn’t see him jumping to inter for less than a substantial raise.
 

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His wages would be insane and he would be injured more often than Sanchez ever was. I don't think this is going to happen and it seems like a ploy from Dybala's camp, but this doesn't seem like a good idea at all for us. Only positive is the anger that juventus fans would feel if this happens.
 

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Tactically he would work very well for us. He would thrive as a forward in a 352, playing with a Dzeko or Lautaro. At Juve, the formation hasn't worked for him for the last few seasons, playing as a 9, or out wide. We know he has quality.

But then he does have injury issues. Don't think we can take such a big bet, cos he will be too damn expensive.

I'm keeping aside any bias due to him being in that shit club for so long.

From Juve's perspective, I don't see how they can get the best out of Dybala and Chiesa playing together.
 

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If we could lure him in without breaking the bank it would be worth it. Lautaro, Dybala, Dzeko, and Correa would be an interesting strike force.

Sadly I couldn’t see him jumping to inter for less than a substantial raise.

Misfiring Lautaro ( lets be honest, he misses lots of chances) . 10M+€ net a year + fat commission for another SS Dybala , who is injured 50% of the matches ( if you thought Hakan's 5M€ net a year wages distrupted our team wage demands>> Brozovic instantly wanted 7M€ net, wait until his guy totally destroys it) , soon 36 year old Dzeko ( nuff said) and Correa who is visiting physio more than he sees his gf and we still owe 25M for Lazio.

Big fat NO to Dybala even for free.

Lets be reasonable. Im hoping Beppe is doing only this for Rube mngmt distraction ( Frattesi-Vlahovic etc )
 

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With our broken shiat finance, its more like lautaro sold to some EPL big club for 50. And sign Dybala for free replace toro sallary. :proud: :yao:
 

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Getting Dybala on a free while at his prime will always be a good deal .
Yes you would bet on him being less injury prone but its a bet worth taking because first you get a player who can be the perfect replacement for Sanchez and secondly you would cement the position of Inter as leading club in Italy by getting from your most fierce opponent one of the best players.
 

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Gobbi have two players that I fear most when we play against them - the first is the cunt Cuadrado and the second one is Dybala.

I have read that he is asking some ridiculous salary (10m net) and Gobbi are not willing to agree with his request. If Don Beppe can do his magic and makes Dybala accept something like 6-7m, I'm all in.
 

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The signal this transfer would send out is worth the try alone. Dybala going from Juventus to Inter for free represents the further shift of balance in Italian football. I‘ve waited the whole time for this chatter to start. Nice to see Juventus getting unstable.
 

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Getting Dybala on a free while at his prime will always be a good deal .
Yes you would bet on him being less injury prone but its a bet worth taking because first you get a player who can be the perfect replacement for Sanchez and secondly you would cement the position of Inter as leading club in Italy by getting from your most fierce opponent one of the best players.
I think that he has passed his prime, actually. And he will leave jube anyway, why we should risk giving him huge salary over 4-5 years?
I also hope that Marrotta will ignite false interest about Dybala, only to make jube act stupid and satisfy Dybala's demands.
 

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Honestly i am very torn about Dybala. There are many things to consider.

  • Dybala is far from his prime. He has been on a downward spiral since 2018. Especially in the last two seasons Dybala has been a hell of an injury prone (less games than Alexis :yao:) and very inconsistent. I realise people expect him to return at his best if he's used in a system that fits him (and our system does). It could happen but this is far from a certainty. There are no guarantees he can return to the level he was till 2018 or he will be fit enough in order to do so. And since it was mentioned on the thread in 2022 no sane person takes Dybala over Lautaro.
  • Dybala isn't worth Inter breaking their wage structure for. At least current Dybala. If he becomes available at 6-7m/season, go for it. Else he's not worth it. Too much of a gamble.
  • Lautaro is too wasteful to be our main forward. That's a fact. But our attack looks at its best when Lautaro/Dzeko are paired with an SS, not when they play together. If Inzaghi can get the best out of Dybala i believe a Dybala-Lautaro duo could work. Furthemore, Dybala offers something none of our forwards possess in a consistent basis, good shooting outside the box which is very useful to unblock defences.
  • Dybala would be a statement signing to the rest of the league. It would have a huge impact on Juve both on and off the pitch. Marotta loves taking a player from a rival and it would be similar to the time he had signed Pjanic and Higuain in the past.

Many pros and cons in this but i trust the management to do what's best.
 

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Dybala to replace Sanchez, a dream. Can't understand people not wanting him here, really. So who should we take? We have basically no money, proven strikers are not cheap.

The guy isn't even 30 years old, he passed he's prime? Let's for example remember Sanchez before he joined us, some people even forgot that he was still playing. At Inter he could get new motivation.
 

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Well if Sanchez leaves, Dybala can get his and part of Vidals salary... but i wouldnt go over 9M. When in form he's one of the best forwards around, but cause of the injuries it would be a small risk to sign him.

Gds is saying we would pretty much offer him Vidals and Vecinos money.
 
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Dybala to replace Sanchez, a dream. Can't understand people not wanting him here, really. So who should we take? We have basically no money, proven strikers are not cheap.

The guy isn't even 30 years old, he passed he's prime? Let's for example remember Sanchez before he joined us, some people even forgot that he was still playing. At Inter he could get new motivation.
Dybala won't be cheap, though. He will command at least 8+mln wage + agent's fee + signing bonus, as he is a free agent. I'd go for Luis Alberto instead.
 

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dybala is also a domestic player... it's not far off vidal + sanchez to pay dybala 10m net and then ontop of that we need to add signing bonuses etc.

I'd love to have him here but I dont think its financially viable
 

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I think he's Barcelona bound. I always rated him but I'm not sure about such a move. Would prefer to see us getting Vlahovic.
 

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Gotta love how Marotta is playing 4D chess, forcing the merda to overpay. :LOL:

I don`t think he would suddenly make Dybala the best payed footballer at Inter! Plus, his profile is already covered with Martinez. Where would he play? If you`re saying we should sell Martinez, I would rather keep him than Dybala.

On the other hand, I highly doubt Dybala has the balls to join rivals. He`s just a spoiled, over-payed cunt.

I would much rather prefer we sign Vlahovic, but as things are standing, we can expect Scamacca.
 
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