Letting Perisic go was never a mistake. Not only because he's having a very understanding season but also because when you need to cut wage bill the first who need to go are veterans.
For once we cut ties with a star player at the proper moment. The problem was failing to replace him, not letting him go.
I think Di Marco has been excellent this year. He's done well in replacing him. Agree with it being the right team to let perisic leave.
Gosens we were all delighted with when we signed. We couldn't predict how bad he'd be after his injury but that's also the risk of buying atalanta players.
On failing to sell skriniar, reports are that Steven himself blocked the sale, which then lead to us not being able to sign Bremer. I think skriniar lead us along a merry dance as well, he had said the fans know me when asked about his renewal.
De vrij, failed to sell sure but now he's renewing him and I'm not sure why. He'd need to be on half his wages, otherwise that's a failure.
Lukaku, he's never had theae injury problems before. At the start of the season again it looked like a great deal, but hindsight is a wonderful thing. Now, I'd honestly say lukaku is finished. We all knew his game relied on his strength and pace, once that goes he's finished. Ship him back. Dybala has a 20mln release clause, would be great to sign him now.
Correa, disaster. Though how much of that is marotta and how much is inzaghi.
He also has the difficulty of trying to sell players for high fees when the whole world knows we are broke. We have absolutely no leverage any time we try to sell a player.