I’d complain about us never getting this type of luck with EPL teams, but we did flog Lukaku for 110m euros.
95m. They paid 115 for him, but we found it too much for him that we decided to return back 20m of that a year later.I’d complain about us never getting this type of luck with EPL teams, but we did flog Lukaku for 110m euros.
I mean technically 107 since the loan fee was 8 and we’re basically paying the same salary he was making before. It’s still a ridiculously high amount of money for Lukaku. Hopefully we’re not dumb enough to loan him again, but I could see us going for it if we can’t land Thuram (we won’t).95m. They paid 115 for him, but we found it too much for him that we decided to return back 20m of that a year later.
As mentioned above, we didn't pay 20m for the loan but 8m. +4m bonus if we win the Scudetto which is quite unlikely at this point. The rest of the cost is salary, that's not money which is paid to Chelsea by us.95m. They paid 115 for him, but we found it too much for him that we decided to return back 20m of that a year later.
According to Sky Sport Italia transfer pundit Gianluca Di Marzio, the proposal is bring given some serious consideration by the Serie A side.
It would represent a massive profit margin, considering Lecce only picked Hjulmand up from Austrian club Admira Wacker for just €170,000 in January 2021.
He helped the Salentini earn promotion by winning the Serie B title that season and they are doing well this term too, sitting comfortably mid-table.
So far in the current campaign, Hjulmand has contributed four assists in 17 appearances between Serie A and the Coppa Italia.
Asked who his role model is, Hjulmand replied “Brozovic at Inter.”
“The way he plays with the ball at his feet is always a pleasure to watch, and he’s always close to his defenders as an option.”
Napoli are already looking to the future and there are reports of an initial approach for Wolverhampton Wanderers attacking winger Adama Traore.
The Partenopei are runaway Serie A leaders with a nine-point advantage over the chasing pack after thrashing Juventus 5-1 last week.
That is only increasing their ambitions and director of sport Cristiano Giuntoli is making plans to reinforce the squad next summer.
According to Sportitalia and Gazzetta dello Sport transfer expert Alfredo Pedullà, one of those targets is Wolves attacking winger Adama Traore.
He turns 27 later this month and his contract is only valid until June 30, so he could be snapped up as a free agent.
Traore has not yet confirmed he will leave Wolves, but if he does, then Napoli have made known their proposal worth €2.5m per season plus another €0.5m in add-ons.
The Spain international would be seen as a replacement for Hirving Lozano, who is not part of Napoli’s future plans and will leave to avoid running down the contract to June 2024.
He'd be perfect for us with his speed, something we sorely lack obviously.NAPOLI PROPOSAL FOR WOLVES STAR ADAMA TRAORE
Napoli moving smart on the market again
West Ham and Tottenham.... Poor Zaniolo