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27-03-2019, 01:32 AM (This post was last modified: 27-03-2019 01:44 AM by Clint-TheyCallMePapii.)
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De Gea, Herrera & Pogba actively looking to exit due to contract issues.
David De Gea has been negotiating a new deal since Jan 2018 with no progress in 15 months.
He is free to leave as a free agent in 2020 and has not agreed any terms since learning Alexis Sanchez earns upto £400k a week. Currently earning £200k a week, small improvements in his wages has not convinced DDG to sign on with a club that is not competitive domestically.

Paul Pogba has recently made his agent notify Juve, Barca and Real of his likelihood of playing for them. United have not delivered on a project and seem no closer to being successful than we were when Pogba first joined in 2016. This is a early negotiation ploy from Pogba to force Woodward into improving his salary to the level of Sanchez or he will leave swiftly either this summer or next.

Ander Herrera is currently on 75k a week and looking to double his earnings as he seeks the best last contract of his career at the highest level. Utd have not put a contract on the table due to a lack of organisation by Woodward but the Utd money men are certain Herrera will pen a £100k deal in May when offered a deal last minute out of desperation.
Herrera's representatives have actively sort out suitors with Barcelona showing interest previously. PSG have rumored to offered £150k a week and will most likely leave if United do not match or exceed PSG's offer to Herrera. Herrera has publicly confirmed he is out of contract and free to negotiate with other clubs if he is not offered a deal at United. PSG are leverage at this moment, but United are playing a very risky game.

If swift solutions are not reached within the next 8-12 weeks, United will go from searching for a midfielder, centre back and winger to searching for a new goalkeeper & two central midfielders, changing our summer targets significantly.
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27-03-2019, 09:56 AM
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It still comes back to Woodward and the Glazers doesn’t it? Heart breaking if true.

Is this the reason Gill left with a SAF, or was he pushed out?
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27-03-2019, 03:35 PM
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That Alexis signing has been a catastrophe in so many ways. At least he knows how to play the piano...

Pogba and De Gea will stay I feel. Eventually we will cough up the cash. Herrera, I am not so sure about. He will probably prefer to go elsewhere and challege for major trophies.
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27-03-2019, 04:35 PM
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Well Fergie told Gill in Dec 2012 he was retiring and Gill announced his departure in Feb 2013. Fergie tried to convince him due to his own retirement plans but Gill had ambitions to climb the ladder within UEFA and FIFA.Gill felt his time had come to move on.

Fergie spoke with Woodward a number of times before formally handing in his papers and he wasn't impressed by Woodwards vision or plans. In fact it convinced him it was time for him to leave with David Gill rather than start all over again with a young, green, over eager Glazer shill. They steered clear of each other in the last months of Fergies time.
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27-03-2019, 04:51 PM
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We've supposedly offered De Gea £350k per week and he's holding out for 400. Now I understand he's been one of the best keepers in the world but £400k per week for a keeper is insane, we should not be paying £20mil+/year no matter how good he is. Especially since the wage bar is being set by a guy who won't be on the team next season. 350 is more than fair IMO. Pogba and his slimeball agent are just agitating for a wage increase and he'll probably get it but I don't think he's going anywhere. As to Herrera, he's currently on £70k/week and wants it doubled but also wants a multi-year contract. From what I read, we've offered £130k/week but only want to sign him to a 1 year deal with options as he will be 30 at the start of next season. So the problem for Ander isn't money so much as security, who knows how that one's going to go, if he wants to stay he probably will, if not then he won't. If we're holding the line on that contract philosophy and he refuses to sign a good salary deal on our terms than I'm ok with losing him but if it's just Woody playing chicken on the salary then obviously I'm not.
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27-03-2019, 04:58 PM
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(27-03-2019 03:35 PM)Costas Wrote:  That Alexis signing has been a catastrophe in so many ways. At least he knows how to play the piano...

Pogba and De Gea will stay I feel. Eventually we will cough up the cash. Herrera, I am not so sure about. He will probably prefer to go elsewhere and challege for major trophies.

Ed been negotiating with DDG for over 15 months, even Jose mentioned it was a priority 15 months ago !
https://www.manutd.com/en/news/detail/jo...ter-united

I can see Dave going to Paris,Juve or Rea this summer. With 1 year left, he could be a bargain £60m. Plus I don't think those clubs are entirely confident about Buffon. Courtois or Scezcney.
Pogba is managed by Mino Raiola, with 3 years to go, Utd are safe. But if they kick up a storm and in the twitter generation, they can force our hand.

Alexis is the parasite in all this. His wages has upset many agent/players. Until he leaves, there is no balance in the squad, balance sheet or in the negotiating rooms.

Herrera is not valued at the club, he was not offered £150k a week and the club is looking to cut costs around his renewals. It's massively offensive to a professional footballer who is crucial to the club and does so much extra work behind the scenes for the club. Say Herrera breaks his leg or suffers a serious injury, he is not protected by the club and he should definitely not be paid half as Luke Shaw who is on upwards of 150k-195k.

Herrera should 100% leave, he has been treated like shit by 2 managers and the CEO. I love the bloke, but he should take care of himself, because the Woodward isn't going to.
De Gea would be stupid not to leave, he could have joined Real and won the lot but he gave up glory for loyalty but if he does stay. he has the right to demand to be on parity with our only other world class player.
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27-03-2019, 05:14 PM
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(27-03-2019 04:51 PM)@JC Wrote:  We've supposedly offered De Gea £350k per week and he's holding out for 400. Now I understand he's been one of the best keepers in the world but £400k per week for a keeper is insane, we should not be paying £20mil+/year no matter how good he is. Especially since the wage bar is being set by a guy who won't be on the team next season. 350 is more than fair IMO. Pogba and his slimeball agent are just agitating for a wage increase and he'll probably get it but I don't think he's going anywhere. As to Herrera, he's currently on £70k/week and wants it doubled but also wants a multi-year contract. From what I read, we've offered £130k/week but only want to sign him to a 1 year deal with options as he will be 30 at the start of next season. So the problem for Ander isn't money so much as security, who knows how that one's going to go, if he wants to stay he probably will, if not then he won't. If we're holding the line on that contract philosophy and he refuses to sign a good salary deal on our terms than I'm ok with losing him but if it's just Woody playing chicken on the salary then obviously I'm not.

Exactly that.
Herrera should be offered double his current rate and 3 year deal + 1 year option.
De Gea turned down £250k p/w if I ready correctly saying Alexis earns double. Alexis in his prime deserved £250k so we all know Woodward has messed up royally. He's a predictable incompetent clown.

It's funny how we treat Herrera but Phil Jones and Luke Shaw were a matter of urgency, both had their wages doubled/tripled. You'll never guess how many years Phil Jones signed on for Icon_lol Practically a 5 and half year deal offered to a 27 year old crock. Biglaugh

The clown won't even make 100 appearances in the next 5 years.
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27-03-2019, 06:08 PM
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(27-03-2019 03:35 PM)Costas Wrote:  That Alexis signing has been a catastrophe in so many ways. At least he knows how to play the piano...

Pogba and De Gea will stay I feel. Eventually we will cough up the cash. Herrera, I am not so sure about. He will probably prefer to go elsewhere and challege for major trophies.

I'd rate the Alexis deal as second worst after hiring moyes to replace SAF. I don't blame either one, I blame Deadwood. If City and Arsenal wouldn't pay my exorbitant wage demands but United would, why would I care?

After he signed it ruined the balance of the team up to that point and we never recovered. His wages have set off a wave of discontent. Understandably so. But Deadwood couldn't resist the siren song of a Marquee signing. Meanwhile in the same window Pool bought Van Dijk.

Don't know if I could still be passionate about United with Saudi owners but the Glazers really don't care about the football aspect and I don't see any reason they will sell the team.
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27-03-2019, 06:47 PM
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Khashoggi wasn't even a journalist, he was a muslim brotherhood (recognized by the Kingdom and many other countries as a terrorist organization) stooge. If I had to choose for United an oil rich country for a patron, Saudi Arabia (especially under the current regime) would be my least objectionable choice. Qatar, UAE, etc are all much more fundamentalist and have much great human rights issues than the house of Saud. And at least Egypt still maintains somewhat friendly relations with Israel along with the only peace treaty of any of the Arab states. That said I don't see the parasitic Glasers willingly let go of their big meal ticket any time soon.
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27-03-2019, 07:00 PM
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(27-03-2019 06:08 PM)BuffaloRed Wrote:  
(27-03-2019 03:35 PM)Costas Wrote:  That Alexis signing has been a catastrophe in so many ways. At least he knows how to play the piano...

Pogba and De Gea will stay I feel. Eventually we will cough up the cash. Herrera, I am not so sure about. He will probably prefer to go elsewhere and challege for major trophies.

I'd rate the Alexis deal as second worst after hiring moyes to replace SAF. I don't blame either one, I blame Deadwood. If City and Arsenal wouldn't pay my exorbitant wage demands but United would, why would I care?

After he signed it ruined the balance of the team up to that point and we never recovered. His wages have set off a wave of discontent. Understandably so. But Deadwood couldn't resist the siren song of a Marquee signing. Meanwhile in the same window Pool bought Van Dijk.

Don't know if I could still be passionate about United with Saudi owners but the Glazers really don't care about the football aspect and I don't see any reason they will sell the team.

i'd love it if the Saudi's rocked up here.
They would employ specialists as they are humble enough to accept they know nothing like Qatari and UAE gang in Paris and across town.
United would spend their own revenues on transfers. Debt would be erased. Profit would be invested into the club.
Look what the arabs have done at City and Paris. Really professional and they employ the right staff, they buy local property, invest in infrastructure. They give managers fair chances too.

All this talk about ethics is hypocrisy. We wear Adidas and Nike branded clothes. We are from countries that massacred oil rich countries. We enslaved Africa and Asia. We break bread with the enemy despite Nazi and cold war nuclear threats. People die of starvation and poor sanitation and we make movies costing £500m.

Like Sandor Clegane - The Hound said " We are all killers, our sons, fathers, brothers. The world is built by killers... so you better get used to looking at them."

I'd take being An Arab fan billionaire's playtoy than being a money making machine for a greasy haired ginger cunt who doesn't invest a penny. I'd rather have trophy wife than have a slave. I'd rather be winner in all this than a loser.

Romance died the day we sold the club to broke cunts.
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27-03-2019, 11:27 PM
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(27-03-2019 07:00 PM)Clint-TheyCallMePapii Wrote:  
(27-03-2019 06:08 PM)BuffaloRed Wrote:  
(27-03-2019 03:35 PM)Costas Wrote:  That Alexis signing has been a catastrophe in so many ways. At least he knows how to play the piano...

Pogba and De Gea will stay I feel. Eventually we will cough up the cash. Herrera, I am not so sure about. He will probably prefer to go elsewhere and challege for major trophies.

I'd rate the Alexis deal as second worst after hiring moyes to replace SAF. I don't blame either one, I blame Deadwood. If City and Arsenal wouldn't pay my exorbitant wage demands but United would, why would I care?

After he signed it ruined the balance of the team up to that point and we never recovered. His wages have set off a wave of discontent. Understandably so. But Deadwood couldn't resist the siren song of a Marquee signing. Meanwhile in the same window Pool bought Van Dijk.

Don't know if I could still be passionate about United with Saudi owners but the Glazers really don't care about the football aspect and I don't see any reason they will sell the team.

i'd love it if the Saudi's rocked up here.
They would employ specialists as they are humble enough to accept they know nothing like Qatari and UAE gang in Paris and across town.
United would spend their own revenues on transfers. Debt would be erased. Profit would be invested into the club.
Look what the arabs have done at City and Paris. Really professional and they employ the right staff, they buy local property, invest in infrastructure. They give managers fair chances too.

All this talk about ethics is hypocrisy. We wear Adidas and Nike branded clothes. We are from countries that massacred oil rich countries. We enslaved Africa and Asia. We break bread with the enemy despite Nazi and cold war nuclear threats. People die of starvation and poor sanitation and we make movies costing £500m.

Like Sandor Clegane - The Hound said " We are all killers, our sons, fathers, brothers. The world is built by killers... so you better get used to looking at them."

I'd take being An Arab fan billionaire's playtoy than being a money making machine for a greasy haired ginger cunt who doesn't invest a penny. I'd rather have trophy wife than have a slave. I'd rather be winner in all this than a loser.

Romance died the day we sold the club to broke cunts.

I totally get your point and in retrospect wish the glazers had taken the quataris offer instead of pushing them to PSG. We would have been much better off.But I’ve made so many comments to my two glory hunting city friends about dirty middle eastern oil money it would be difficult not to look like a prick. The Hound is my favorite after Arya, hope he survived that ice dragons blast!!

Not to be the downer but I really don’t see the glazers selling. I see them ruining the club football-wise but still making money the same way they are running the nfl Tampa buccaneers into the ground. That said maybe MBS will throw so much money at them the other siblings will sell out a majority stake leaving Joel and avram high and dry. Still just in a shitty mood after last two gutless performances.

Last thing- fuck LVG. If that was attacking football then I’m the sexiest man alive. I’ve never been more bored watching football in my life. The mike Smalling to DDG passing clinic is more like it. D-bag ahole STFU u idiot
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28-03-2019, 10:42 PM
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And this is why we need a ruthless director of football... https://www.skysports.com/football/news/...record-fee

Quote:Bayern Munich have signed Atletico Madrid full-back Lucas Hernandez for a club-record £68m (€80m).

The 23-year-old, who won the World Cup with France last summer, will join the German club on July 1 on a five-year deal running through to June 2022.

The top teams are already signing up the best talent ahead of the window opening or even the final month of the current season. Woody needs to pull his thumb out.
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28-03-2019, 11:39 PM
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(28-03-2019 10:42 PM)@JC Wrote:  And this is why we need a ruthless director of football... https://www.skysports.com/football/news/...record-fee

Quote:Bayern Munich have signed Atletico Madrid full-back Lucas Hernandez for a club-record £68m (€80m).

The 23-year-old, who won the World Cup with France last summer, will join the German club on July 1 on a five-year deal running through to June 2022.

The top teams are already signing up the best talent ahead of the window opening or even the final month of the current season. Woody needs to pull his thumb out.

Ha, his thumb is fondling Avram Glazers ginger asshole. Confused

Any competent CEO would have:

- Signed Rabiot to a pre-contract agreement.
- Agreed a £80m fee for Koulibaly.

Then concentrated the summer window on recruiting a right back and right winger. Possibly Joao Cancelo in a cash plus Darmian deal. Or Wan Bissaka from Palace.

That marquee winger could be a saga, we all love a summer long pursuit. Jadon Sancho seems like the next big thing right now.

Meanwhile lose Deadwood like Valencia, Mata, Rojo, Jones, Perreira for peanuts and carry on trimming the fat like shipping Alexis to China or LA.
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