Inter Milan sniffing round SANDRO

Geyzer Soze

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Come on. 6m? We don't deal in chickenfeed transfers anymore! 65M & not a penny less inter!
 

chinaman

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Won't sell for 16 million. Make it 26 million I might be tempted.
 

murichej

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he's probably worth 6-8 mio pounds on the market but his value for spurs is much higher and there is no value in selling him.
 
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Yorkville Spur

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I will make it my life's mission to make Levy's life miserable if he sells Sandro to those douchenozzles in Milan. That said, I know this won't happen in a million years so Levy can sleep snugly at night. Besides, Sandro is way too young to suit up for Inter. They can come back in 10 years for him.
 

Hitch

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For £6m, if Inter play their cards right, Levy might let them have Livermore
 
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CornerPinDreamer

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seriously.. even if it came to Mr Levy having a hungry squad, needing money to buy food, i would rather he sell any other player we have...


mainly because Sandro could go out and bring down a couple of bison for dinner :)
 

Snarfalicious

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Didn't we sell THudd for a little over 5m (Reportedly, I know)? If so, seriously, 6m is just dumb and shouldn't be taken seriously.
 

theShiznit

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If he's not getting looked at by Scolari come Middle of December then I can see him being interested...

However I can see many of our fringe players with WC aspirations (Chadli, Lamela, Chiriches*, Sandro, Defoe, Lennon, Kapoue, Kaboul possibly seeking loans/moves and if any of those force their way in others may want short term loans out; Townsend, Dembele, Gylfi*.

All very well having such squad depth, but I don't envy AVB, as players will start moaning especially this year.
 

Snarfalicious

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If he's not getting looked at by Scolari come Middle of December then I can see him being interested...

However I can see many of our fringe players with WC aspirations (Chadli, Lamela, Chiriches*, Sandro, Defoe, Lennon, Kapoue, Kaboul possibly seeking loans/moves and if any of those force their way in others may want short term loans out; Townsend, Dembele, Gylfi*.

All very well having such squad depth, but I don't envy AVB, as players will start moaning especially this year.
I'm not so sure about that. We've got the look of a side that *should* go deep in every competition. The F.A., CoC and Europa are all competitions we could get significant matches from. All of the mentioned players will get plenty of minutes. While the EPL holds the most valuable minutes, those three competitions still count for goals/assists registered in a season.

If anything, if players decide they want out, I'm sure we won't have any issue with it as AVB continues to preach a competition for places. The days of playing favorites is long gone and it's now a meritocracy. If you play well, you will earn the time. If you don't, you may lose your spot to the guy who's working hard behind you and then it becomes your job to fight hard to get that spot back. Hopefully we've got a bunch of professionals (which I think we do) and they will go about it the right way.
 

Tspurs

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Sounds ridiculous that every one of our players would consider "moving on" in order to be in the next world cup, even if there is a lot of competition for their spot in their country's team, our players are possibly in the best team to help them reach that spot/call up...
 
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