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Discussion in 'General Football' started by THFCSPURS19, Jul 8, 2016.
probably sign for the gooners
Raphael Honigstein @honigstein 33 min.for 33 minutter siden
On @zdf, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said that the Götze (to Dortmund) deal is likely to be done tomorrow
so, that's £19m transfer fee and 100k/wk wage. That's affordable even within our range, especially if the wage is further lowered with sign-on bonus.
BTW, Süddeutsche Zeitung is a legitimate national newspaper, not a gossip tabloid.
Yeah, financials look doable for us. He probably rejected us for other reasons, then. Or we werent interested after all.
That's more like £125k pw isn't it.
All the indications are that our name was floated up by his agent just to keep Dortmund honest, and not offer him a pittance to return.
Gone to Dortmund. Confirmed by BBC
Was a nice dream but suppose it's not Poch's style to sign 'stars'
Good for him, I hope he can get his career back on track at Dortmund.
72 pages... Next.
Bullet dodged out indefinitely with a "metabolic disturbance"
Hehe, I get one of those after every late night visit to the kebab shop...
Clearly a crackhead. Knew it the first time I looked at him
What a random thing to be out with. The mind boggles with what this could be.
On a serious note, it could be quite a bad illness. Hope it's not.
His weight has fluctuated recently, this could be the reason why.
Cracking player, its a shame.
Surprised they didn't pick this up in his medical records? Appreciate it can come on suddenly but you think there would be some history? Let's hope he get's it resolved and is back playing soon.
Football can be a funny old game sometimes and shows what different circumstances can mean for different players.
He was an integral player for Dortmund in his first spell then makes the move to the leagues top club, which can be risky and in this instance hasn't worked out.
Then he returns to his previous club where was very successful but just doesn't seem to be able to find that spark again that made him so important for Dortmund previous/y.
Hopefully he gets better soon as doesn't sound very pleasant for him at the moment.
Despite Claude's obvious poor choice of club allegiance it seems like you could have a good football conversation with him if you met him in a pub.
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