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So it's up to pepe now where he wants to go as its reported lille have accepted bids from three teams, one which is us

The guys who reported the van dijk story first are the ones to break this one also
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80 million is a ridiculous bid though
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Yeah, but it's in euros so about £60mill.. Not too bad seeing how that's the going rate for every Tom dick and harry
“Oh my god, Jürgen was such an animal!” said the excited star, who highlighted that one of the manager’s best traits was his ability to develop everyone into a better version of themselves.

That should excite Liverpool fans, who will be able to see the potential of this young and exciting squad that Klopp is working with. As well as the first team pros in the prime of their career, the Reds squad is packed with talented youngsters who need Klopp to push them to bigger and better things.

Marco Reus
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Damn shame about Marcos Reus tho. If not for the injuries he would have been something else. I still remember watching him during his early Mochengladbach days.
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Jez the green team dominated the red team

Vid up top
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Fekir going to real betis, looks like we avoided a massive problem if this is the level of team he goes too.
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I was thinking that also
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Sardar azmoun links coming up again

I think that ship sailed though
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Yea and watch Klopp interview on LFC.TV yesterday Klopp said there is one position he would like to fill and imo it is another wide man that can swap with our front lads.
Yeah it's definitely that, from everything I read.. All the journos saying the same thing.

A winger that can also cover as a striker.
He is a top player, unreal that nobody has snatched him up yet. One of manny underrated signings I wish Arsenal would make.
He made bayern his bitch a few years ago too, I'm suprised too.. Great hard working player
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Pepe will get to choose where he goes apparently. We are one of the teams after his signiture

We also linked to kai havertz
Kai Havertz is a wicked young player
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Yeah, I remember Klopp talking him a season ago too. I envy the team that gets him, probobly the best u21 goalscorer
^^He reminds me so much of Torres, just so calm and elegant. Plays the game on his own pace
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“His attitude is outstanding. Millie is a sports guy, in each sport he is doing he is brilliant. Without Millie it wouldn’t have been possible. His kind of a little bit dirty dressing-room talks, I cannot do, these things you say in the dressing room that I am not allowed to say in public. That’s the last little kick and that’s nice.

I bet his little bit dirty dressing-room talks were about how ribenna tried to get of with the diet coke and Pepsi intervened due to being sweeter lol
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This is truly the window of the bastards lol

Time to add Danny rose to the list
He would bring experienced but I would buy a young cheap up and coming left back rather than offer money to 29 year old injury prone left back who has complained about his wages before. I like Danny Rose but I think his best days are behind him.
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No I don't want him, just adding him to the list of all the bastards that have pissed off their club in this window, e.g pogba, neymar, aurnautovic etc
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Arnautovic bitches almost every year at every club.
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So true lolol
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Danny Rose a bastards?! The lad has been with us for 12 years and has won one trophy. He's also always saod he wants to finish his career up north where he comes from.

The man is a hero and one of my favourite players but in no way would I be angry if he moved on.
I don't know, I just find his character really wierd. Of course you know more then us..
Rose is true servant and an awesome fullback. Underrated IMO
f*****g hell

https://instagram.fdub4-1.fna.fbcdn.net/vp/ed44ab1a1866e89d5ce5a2e60019725b/5DBD10A3/t51.2885-15/e35/66650828_345799976344539_4707923591492579415_n.jpg?_nc_ht=instagram.fdub4-1.fna.fbcdn.net

that’s the ribenna flowing through Millies veins
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Money spent on transfers since 2014:

1) Barcelona - £971.2m
2) Man City - £896.6m
3) Juventus - £844.2m
4) Man United - £800.5m
5) Chelsea - £788.9m
6) Atletico Madrid - £720.5m
7) PSG - £695.8m
8) Real Madrid - £679.3m
9) Liverpool - £643.3m
10) Arsenal - £448.4m
Net spend on transfers since 2014:

1) Man City: £644.4m
2) Man United: £553.4m
3) Barcelona: £407m
4) PSG: £375.1m
5) Juventus - £268.7m
6) Arsenal - £260.5m
7) Real Madrid - £190.2m
8) Liverpool - £161.7m
9) Bayern Munich - £155.1m
10) Chelsea - £138.1m
massive fkn trigger warning..
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Inb4 "but City never spend more than 50m on a single player"

And dang this just shows how bad United are at selling
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Our Net spending tells how we are slowly turning into another Arsenal.

But somehow we have still managed to win 5 trophies during this time in-spite of losing players like Lampard , Drogba , Terry , Costa , lol even KDB , Salah , Lukaku
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FootballCity incoming in 3...2...1...
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corrupción is killing fútbol
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I'm Triggered!!! Nah, at this point it's just pointless, there will be a post like this every month or two throughout the season highlighting for the innumerable time how much City have spent (because that's what it's mainly there to do right?) and how corrupted we are, and we are killing football. I know ^Xtraordinarswin is taking a jab at us because City and PSG are the only ones who get such remarks, cheating, breaking ffp rules, killing football, while I nither accept or reject those remarks because I don't know what really goes on behind the scenes as I'm not the accountant at the clubs, all I can do is just sit back and watch the football.
SilvaMaestro16

Maybe I am that only 1 that doesn't see anything wrong with City spending. It's what you do to stay on top. If anything I think Liverpool should be spending more and just because I am pool fan doesn't mean i have to act blind to the fact that money spends and net spend also shows Club ambition. City are showing Hugh ambition and why ye are a Insane team.

Yes there is cons to it to if yea act silly and don't have the right board in charge spending the money though overall look how far Ye, Chelsea has come and even us from spending Big last Summer. If Spurs and Arsenal would spend a little bit of money they be further too. It is a must to spend and Improve somewhat every Window if possible.

We should be spending at the monment to but maybe with the likes of some injuriy players we have back Liverpool sees them as new signings. Imo i would like to see us signing another attacking player to be on the safe side then ready to go after that.

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There is a problem with spending for the sake of spending

But I agree Spending to improve on what you have is a good thing, it would show we mean real Buisness also if did go out and buy a marquee signing and keep all our current players on their toes

I think we struggling to find the right target, or the right target is not available.. Or what I like to believe is that the club is trying to sign that player as we speak.

Regardless I agree, city doing it properly.. They signed jesus, who was easier to get as he is young and will understand he needs to be on the bench.. Also players like Bernardo silva who probobly didn't think they would get into the first team so quickly. In my opinion we are one winger/striker/attacker from being very solid in depth so I hope we sign him quick
haha ... where do I start and where do I end? jk

I can also post stats from September 2017 because in the last 3 or 4 windows we didn't spend much. Or I could post stats from 1992 when the premier league first started in which case Chelsea would be the biggest spenders. I guess to each their own. Its about which window which years you pick. The most fair one would be to take a window since football first kicked off and also do the conversion since 1mil in 1900 was way more than 1mil in 2019. But it will be tough to get stats like that.

But if it makes you happy if we don't win the title this season we will spend another 400mil and win it the following season again ;)

Most fans are not on forums and most fans don't follow who spends how much, most fans watch football on TV and whoever wins is the best team on the pitch and in that sense City has won the league 4 times in the last 8 seasons. Thats a title every other season guaranteed.

Last but not least to my fellow Arsenal fans, I watched AFtv when Arsenal was in Dubai and everyone on there (DT in particular) was asking for one of the sheikhs there to take over Arsenal.

To all my fellow fans, its not Man City's fault that you have cheap greedy owners so don't blame City for your shortcomings.
Sergio

''There is a problem with spending for the sake of spending''

I explained it in this part above;
''Yes there is cons to it to if yea act silly and don't have the right board in charge spending the money''

As for the rest 1 attacker that can play across the front would really set us sailing.
Dear Footballis city here is net spending since 1992 and guess what City are still topping the charts by almost 150m and it does not even include Hazard sell money. You asked for it!

https://www.transferleague.co.uk/homepage/front-page/premier-league-table-1992-to-date-2

Its ok to spend as long as you win. Nobody is complaining if city spend another 100m next season if you guys keep winning.why do you have keep justifying just for the sake of it.
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Kop I agree with what you said lol 👍
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I think if you go by spending to value for money...United have to be worst spender because what they have done over last 5 seasons.
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0 value in anything yeah
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@Bazinga read my comment again "Or I could post stats from 1992 when the premier league first started in which case Chelsea would be the biggest spenders." Nowhere did I mention net spending I am only talking about spending in which case your Chelsea tops the charts by 110 mil! You always post stats that favour your agenda.

Post stats from spenders only just like ScouserDan has it but here I will do it for you:

1) Chelsea 1,678mil

2) City 1,566mil

3) Liverpool 1,234mil

4) United 1,208mil

5) Spurs 840mil

6) Arsenal 822mil

Now how do you like that Chelsea the most spenders?

Also keep in might the inflation and transfer market changes. If someone who is strong in economics did all the conversion City wouldn't be in the top 3 even. Paying 34mil pounds for Veron in the late 90s or early 2000s is not the same as paying 62mil for Rodri in 2019. Rodri in the 90s or early 2000s would be max 1mil and even then I am being generous.
FootballisCity

Your stats aren't completely correct. Different sources give different stats.

Since 1992 spent

1) Chelsea 1,75+mil

2) City 1,45+mil

4) United 1,32+mil

3) Liverpool 1,28+mil

5) Spurs 1,08+mil

6)Arsenal 831+mil

....................................

Last 3 years

1) MANCHESTER CITY - NET SPEND £398.71m
Incomings TOTAL: £543.17m
Outgoings TOTAL: £144.46m

2) MANCHESTER UNITED - NET SPEND £315.08m
Incomings TOTAL: £388.89m
Outgoings TOTAL: £73.81m

3) ARSENAL - NET SPEND £157.5m
Incomings TOTAL: £277.5m
Outgoings TOTAL: £120m

4) LIVERPOOL - NET SPEND £141.06m
Incomings TOTAL: £387.12m
Outgoings TOTAL: £246.06m

5) CHELSEA - NET SPEND £127.65m
Incomings TOTAL: £405.3m
Outgoings TOTAL: £277.65m

6) TOTTENHAM - NET SPEND £41.3m
Incomings TOTAL: £181.2m
Outgoings TOTAL: £139.9m

City are the highest spenders with Chelsea in 2nd
Tottenham and Arsenal are the lowest spenders

Chelsea got the most from player outs with Liverpool in 2nd

Utd got the lowest from player outs with Arsenal in second

City are averaging 132m per season

Utd are averaging 105m per season

Arsenal are averaging 52m per season

Liverpool are averaging 47m per season

Chelsea are averaging 42m per season

Tottenham are averaging 13m per season

sources


https://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/635788/Premier-League-biggest-spending-clubs-ever-sportgalleries

https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/premier-league-transfers-big-six-13014572


I used the same source that @Bazinga posted. But considering his link shows the difference in spent is 110mil and the one you posted is 300mil proves my point again that he always posts links that favour his agenda.

And again I reiterate you can not compare a purchase of Rodri for 62mil in 2019 to that of say Veron for 34mil decades ago, there is inflation, transfer market changes, player valuation changes lots of other variables, and even then if we go by your sources Chelsea is at 1.75mil compared to 1.45mil so Chelsea have spent 300mil more than City. I am not talking about net spend, I am talking about just spent because some clubs are more ambitious than others and they wanna keep their best players, example City is not letting Sane join Bayern Munich for 80mil pounds.
That got things going in here. Just some info I thought I’d share. Um.. City isn’t the only team on the list.. LOL
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The biggest fear about all this is that it could be the very thing that Kills football in some shape or form.
dumbest discussion ever. we should stop posting it, you all say the same s**t every time and someone always ends up in tears.
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I'm crying
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lol
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@honestabe you're right, seems crazy. Doing the same stuff over and over again lol.
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@Kop4Ever you are wrong. This is good for football. More teams competing for the titles, more competition, better training facilities etc. Its all good for fans like us. Football is boring when there is only 1 or 2 teams competing for the titles. I really hope Newcastle get those rich new owners cos it will turn the top 6 into a top 7. Even though its a threat to City because it will be more difficult to win the title but as a football fan I am all for it. More competition, better football.

This is the exact reason why most football fans follow EPL, La Liga, Bundesliga, Seria A because there is a lot of investment, money is being SPLASHED! nobody cares about whats going on in those small leagues where clubs don't splash the cash.

And i don't know if you follow news or not but EPL has loosened up the FFP rules in England because they want clubs to spend big, its good for the economy its good for football its a win win situation for everyone.
FootballisCity

Let’s not kid ourselves that FFP has been designed for any other reason than to protect the status quo.

Smaller clubs have no chance of competing and it does nothing for the economy so i don't know where you got that idea from. Ticket prices, Team kits etc are going up in price so there is only one person winning.

Football was way better before because you had to figure out ways to do it without having football version of bowling rails.

Football is already dieing over it and the hunger is getting taken away from players at a young age. Before some even achieve anything they are on top money every week. So stop thinking football is a Fifa game.

Football is ruined over the money and it's your way of defending city rise to fame. But in a universal view if you really want to have more competing for the titles then make it a level playing ground and bring in a salary cap. This way whichever team puts in the most real work achives.

Sorry to hurt your feelings but you are wrong and you should never try tell your daddy how to make babies 😉
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hahahahaha you are wrong on so many levels its not even funny BUT you are funny i will give you that.

FFP was created to protect the "history" clubs it hurts everyone else except for "history" clubs and there aren't that many "history" clubs ... take Birmingham for example, its a small club that has ambitious owners and wants to be promoted to the EPL but it was hit with FFP because they spent money and was deducted points and also fined a large amount of money.

The so called "smaller" clubs that fight for relegation don't have the same revenues as the "history" clubs do so they have to rely on their owners to spend money but when FFP restricts them from spending money guess what happens to them? they get relegated.

So who is the daddy and who is the son here? Man you need to seriously educate yourself on the whole FFP saga. I read the whole thing I suggest you do too. FFP was requested by the likes of Fergie, Wenger and co, they kept whining about Chelsea and City spending money but EPL recently decided to loosen up the FFP because it hurts those clubs at the bottom half of the table. It only protects the 3 or 4 "history" clubs. FFP also gives greedy owners like Newcastle's Ashley excuse to not spend money.
The only club it is protecting is your club so get out of here lol. Matter of fact we all know City don't even have many local fans so how did you magically become one lol. But I'll give you 1 thing you protect it though lol.

You are talking about what the plan of FFP was meant to be but what it turned out to be is a completely different story. So you keep reading about what others plan to do and I actually tell you what really happen't ;). Now of to bed with you son lol
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