La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
- Aug 16, 2004
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10 years of FIF
Picking up Bellerin on a free sounds good, smart deals by Udinese. Curious to see him perform in Serie A ever since he was linked to us.The deal for 20-year-old Soppy is believed to be worth €9m plus another €1m in performance-related bonuses and he is expected to have his medical tests with La Dea on Thursday.
This departure means that Udinese need to replace the former Rennes talent. According to Sky Sport Italia, the Friulani have turned their focus towards Arsenal and their Spain international Bellerin.
The 27-year-old right-back is only under contract until June 2023, so could be available at a relatively low fee. He just returned to London after spending last season on loan at Real Betis and there is the possibility he could even terminate his contract by mutual consent, making him a free agent.
Bellerin took a pay cut to join on loan Betis last season but still earned €3.5m in Spain.
If Udinese are to get Bellerin on loan, the 27-year-old would need to extend with Arsenal for one season, given that his current deal runs out in 2023. The Premier League side sent Pablo Marì on loan to Udinese for six months in January.
We know ADL prefers to avoid selling in Serie A. The latest on this:Shame we don't have money for Fabian Ruiz. We could have been a proper CL team with 50-60 mil to spend
For those thinkin of Fabian Ruiz, he stated in the past that he wants to play in La Liga...The Partenopei are concerned that Fabian Ruiz could be stalling the PSG move in order to wait so he could join Real Madrid or Barcelona for free next summer.
The original asking price was €20m plus circa €5m in performance-related bonuses. However, they are now prepared to forego the add-ons and will accept a simple €20m fee.
Its official. Serie A is a farmers league now, following the path of the Eredivisie. We develop talents for our Premier League overlords.
It's quite painful to watch, here in my home town, serie a belong to the oldies, mostly 30 +++, i rarely seen youngsters stay late at night or wake up early to watch serie a, italy has lost its mojo here, way different than in the 90s were the kids at school talk about how awesome batistuta is, they wanna be the next peruzzi or pagliuca, and yes, ronaldo, maradona and so onIts official. Serie A is a farmers league now, following the path of the Eredivisie. We develop talents for our Premier League overlords.