- Oct 27, 2007
- Favorite Player
- Roberto Baggio
Getting dybala without transfer fee is very rare chance. I don't mind if one of them become rotation player since we have many competition in next season.
Agree with everything, except i m much more open to rotation, I think it could work, despite them being big earners. We had sanchez for example, with huge salary, and he was still coming from the bench. Those are the sweet problems to have if you are a manager.My greatest concern in deploying 3-4-1-2 is the vulnerability of defence and being overrun in every match. About the latter, there is reason why this formation is neglected by virtually all coaches in the world because possession and pressing becomes more important than ever. We would see 40-60 possession whenever we play a decent team since we can't keep up with opponents' midfielders. It might work in Serie A where most teams are inferior but we would be obliterated in UCL.
Benching one of Lukaku or Dybala is not an attractive option either for they will be the top earners. We cannot afford spending hefty money for rotation player and they also will make a racket to start every possible match. In the end, it would be wiser to sign only Lukaku or Dybala rather than putting ourselves in the complicated dilemma.
Well I do see that, but that's probably how our management is thinking about it. Also as a big fan of Perišić, believe me, I know that Gosens isn't the same player. What Dybala brings is creativity and having the balls to go against anybody. But if it's Lukaku vs. Dybala decision (it might not be, but let's say it is), if Inter picks Dybala, the financial aspect AT THIS MOMENT is the main thing that makes that decision.I see the sporting merit in having Dybala. He can unlock defences, like no one else in this team. We have struggled against quality opposition or against ones that sit back and defend deep. Also note that we have replaced Perisic with Gosens, who is a very different player. And now neither of our wingers has creativity or can take on their man in isolated situations. We saw the impact Sanchez had in many cases, and the extra class and control he provided. Dybala could do that, and also be much more of a goal threat.
Sure. If you sell Bastoni.If we let go Vidal, Sanchez and Dzeko will we save enough money to accommodate Dybala? Although the reports say that the transfer of Dybala is not depending on whether Lukaku is coming I'm really curious how this works? Especially if we are trying to actively sell Skriniar to make money.
Is there any realistic scenario that we don't sell Skriniar but still get Lukaku, Dybala and Bremer?
https://m.fcinternews.it/rassegna/i...intanto-smentito-l-interesse-del-milan-898602Now I'm reading that Beelan is goin for him. Oh man,we're gonna regret this big time.