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Author Topic: Moise Kean  (Read 10957 times)

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July 09, 2019, 05:31:15 PM
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Is Kean another Richarlison type? From what I've seen in real life and when I signed him on FM19 he is'nt a traditional No.9. I would of thought we would need a goal scoring DCL rather than another Richarlison type player, but what do I know.

https://www.transfermarkt.com/moise-kean/profil/spieler/364135

https://fmdataba.com/19/p/84462/moise-kean/



I thought he was primarily a centre forward who can/has played down the left?


July 09, 2019, 05:45:37 PM
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I thought he was primarily a centre forward who can/has played down the left?

Is he what we need unless we are changing the way we play a bit, I suppose that is my point. He does not seem the type to do the grafting like DCL does which then creates space for others.

Don't get me wrong Bernard, Kean, Richarlison is a very exciting forward line just possibly a bit lightweight?
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July 09, 2019, 06:11:35 PM
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July 09, 2019, 06:47:43 PM
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Being reported that he's going to sign a new deal with Juve, before being sold with a buy back clause inserted.

Sounds like a rubbish deal to me that.

Just not into this one at all.
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July 09, 2019, 06:54:15 PM
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Being reported that he's going to sign a new deal with Juve, before being sold with a buy back clause inserted.

Sounds like a rubbish deal to me that.

Just not into this one at all.
Sell for 31m with a 40m buyback
Its just like being paid to loan him really

I havent seen a lot of the lad tbh
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July 09, 2019, 07:40:50 PM
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Tinga


Seems a strange deal, hopefully it has a quick expiry on it otherwise we may as well just loan him for cheaper and less risk.


July 09, 2019, 07:47:29 PM
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Seems a strange deal, hopefully it has a quick expiry on it otherwise we may as well just loan him for cheaper and less risk.

Benefits are that we get paid to have him for a year/ couple of years, as opposed to a loan where wed pay and hed still go back.

Also, if he does well, but not well enough for them to buy back, we already have him and dont run the risk of someone else signing him at the end of the loan.

Down sides would be the same as any signing (them not working out) so no difference there.

All that happens is that were not able to get maximum benefit of a potential huge uplift.

July 09, 2019, 08:17:02 PM
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Benefits are that we get paid to have him for a year/ couple of years, as opposed to a loan where wed pay and hed still go back.

Also, if he does well, but not well enough for them to buy back, we already have him and dont run the risk of someone else signing him at the end of the loan.

Down sides would be the same as any signing (them not working out) so no difference there.

All that happens is that were not able to get maximum benefit of a potential huge uplift.

So all the risk of a normal transfer, including a huge chunk of our budget, but none of the reward?

Excellent, very glad we got this Brands guy in we are revolutionised.
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July 09, 2019, 08:30:55 PM
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So all the risk of a normal transfer, including a huge chunk of our budget, but none of the reward?

Excellent, very glad we got this Brands guy in we are revolutionised.

Woah, who took the jam outta your doughnut, man?

It wouldnt be beneficial if all our incomings came in this fashion, but one deal like this for a highly promising, hipster CF would be fine by me
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July 09, 2019, 08:39:23 PM
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Lazarou


I just keep seeing his name as Moist Kean  ::)
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July 09, 2019, 08:41:06 PM
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Sell for 31m with a 40m buyback
Its just like being paid to loan him really

I havent seen a lot of the lad tbh

Not quite cos if hes shit we get to keep him. Ive no problem with a buyback clause but its got to be a larger difference between the price we paid

July 09, 2019, 08:42:12 PM
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Being reported that he's going to sign a new deal with Juve, before being sold with a buy back clause inserted.

Sounds like a rubbish deal to me that.

Just not into this one at all.
Pretty much the same as what we did with Deulofeu, just costing us more money for the initial outlay

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July 09, 2019, 08:53:08 PM
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Pretty much the same as what we did with Deulofeu, just costing us more money for the initial outlay

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Makes it a massive risk. Very little upside and loads of downside.
Its a really shit deal is that. He wouldnt have to improve by much for us to lose him again

If we are paying 31 then it should be 50-55 million the buyback.

July 09, 2019, 08:56:33 PM
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It's a weird deal because it's potentially short term gain but for a young player, pretty much what happened with Lukaku but without a big sell on possibility. I'm not against him coming but the deal sounds a bit shit unless silva really believes he will do the business for us over a few years and kick us on

July 09, 2019, 09:12:14 PM
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we haven't signed him yet and so we have no idea of what the actual deal may or may not be, but given his experience and how calmer everything seems to be since we appointed Brands, I can't for one moment that should we buy Kean that the deal will be bad for us in any shape or form, those days appear to be behind us.

we're linked with a very exciting prospect, one rated so highly that one of the biggest clubs in the world would like to retain an option to buy him back, so much they believe his potential to be.

I for one am going to be hopeful that we do sign him and then get very excited about it if we do.