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11 Aug 2022 15:17:38
HI Eds, what is the latest with Tammy Abraham?

{Ed002's Note - He moved to Roma last summer.}

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05 Jul 2022 10:20:15
Hi Ed, hope you are well.

I've had a search and have read through updates you gave in March and May about Paulo Dybala. You'd advised he wanted to move to PSG or Real but neither was likely. It looked likely he was going to Inter earlier in the summer but they've now signed Lukaku and a couple of other sides mentioned have signed others such as City and Liverpool.

Have there been any updates in the interest in Dybala? Conscious Manchester United have been linked but can't see that even being viable unless Ronaldo does go.

{Ed002's Note - Paulo Dybala (F/AM) - selling was seen a way to raise the money to buy Verratti or Milinkovic-Savic last summer but he is out of contract at the end of the season and his demands for a new one are very significant - which delayed any agreement. Juventus will try once more but Dybala will be available as a Free Agent in the summer if a new contract is not agreed. Liverpool looked likely to make a proposal although concerns over both the wage and signing on costs - which are significant. For me, a very good player but getting older and very expensive and I would have thought Liverpool may look toward the future although at 28, Dybala would make a very good replacement for Firmino if he were to depart. Manchester City may also offer an option and Manchester United perhaps a wildcard option although interest has waned. Wildcard option at Borussia Dortmund. Atletico could look to him as a Joao Felix replacement if they were to lose him - but that is less likely this summer. Spurs with Paratici and Conte offer a very viable option but I would think that there will be better options available. Arsenal made an enquiry with his agent but were rebuffed. Those representing the player have spoken to many leading clubs in Europe but it seems prior interest of PSG has waned. Inter and Roma are the only Italian sides who are interested and Italian tax laws make them an attractive option. The player wants to move to Real Madrid or PSG, but that seems unlikely as neither are interested in him - which opens the door to a move to Inter or Roma if they are willing to match his significant financial demands. Offers and approaches from other sides have already been rejected by the player. Inter will probably offer the best solution.}

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01 Jul 2022 14:06:19
Hi Ed 002.

I've checked for the latest on Belotti and your explanation said about Barcelona, Arsenal, Spurs and Inter all being interested. Since a bit has happened since April. I was wondering if anything had changed especially now considering he is a free agent?

{Ed002's Note - Andrea Belotti (S) of Torino is out of contract in the summer and may still provide a solution for Barcelona to add cover. As a Free Agent he provides a potentially viable addition for Spurs, Arsenal or Roma but I suspect the interest of Fiorentina could win out unless something were to happen with Milan. MIlan interest has seemingly gone, at least for now. Monaco provide a wildcard option which may come to fruition. Discount Toronto, Monza and Newcastle.}

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02 Jul 2022 13:01:17
He was once hot property a few years back but his form has waned it seems

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27 Jun 2022 14:45:24
Hi Ed,

Seen a post regarding Milan Škriniar and was wondering if there was interest?


{Ed002's Note - PSG will look to complete a transfer in the coming days.}

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27 Jun 2022 17:02:40
Nice one ed

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24 Jun 2022 12:07:47
Hi Ed

What's the situation with De Ligt, there are a lot of rumours floating about that he could be sold. Are Juventus consodering a sale? Thanks

{Ed002's Note - Matthijs de Ligt (CB) Wants to move to Barcelona but it would need to be an exchange type deal and seems most unlikely. Discussed with Chelsea during a meeting over other players but his termination clause and wages if asked in full would kill any chance of a move - but don't discount an offer being made. Bayern Munich have a declared interest as a Sule replacement but will not pay the asking price. Real Madrid interest only works if they will accept one or more players in exchange. I suspect he may well move in the summer with the preferred Barcelona struggling to fund the move over other planned activity and my guess is that Chelsea will make two significant CB purchases and he could be one. PSG provide an option - but that is depending on departures. Manchester United would be a less likely option and are interested in others. As a wildcard, Manchester City who may have a significant departure. Juventus will push for a new contract but the two parties are far from agreeing terms.}

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24 Jun 2022 15:31:11
Thank you for the information Ed2, really good as always. Thank you

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17 Jun 2022 14:12:48
Ed01 I've been interested in your observations about goal keepers who look good on camera but if they were actually that good they wouldn't need to make the eye pleasing saves in the first place. As I've mentioned to you before I grew up in a house were there was no much live footy on so Sunday and Serie A I was in my element. I remember inter keeper Piagluca ( sorry about the spelling) was very athletic and was picked for the national team whereas Sebastiano Rossi for Milan was 3rd choice at best. I always found this strange as when on the rare occasions Milans defence was breached he barely had to move as he was in the right place. Then a few years later Buffon came along. Now I'm not one to disrespect such a great keeper but I think he was injured during euro 2000 and Toldo of Fiorentina came in. He wasn't as flashy as Buffon bur for me he was hands down the best keeper in that tournament. What do you think so many people (managers included) seem to rate style over substance?

{Ed001's Note - because it is easy to spot a keeper making a full-length diving save, but not so easy to notice his positioning to see if he made it look spectacular. People tend to follow the ball when they watch football and not many people are able to see two things at once, so they see the ball fly towards the goal from the shot and the save. What they haven't looked at is what the goalie did before making the save. Positioning takes knowledge to understand as well, plus the ability to triangulate in your mind where the keeper should have been and where he actually was from the views you get to see.

What you end up with is people just seeing the surface of the matter, rather than looking more closely and seeing all of it. It is very similar to the way stats are used constantly with no context, it is the context that makes the stat useful but no one uses any. It is the same with goalkeeping, it is the context of where they are positioned, what has happened with the ball to move the keeper around to maybe put him out of position etc etc. No one wants to add the context surrounding it as that takes thought and effort to apply. It is so much easier to say keeper A makes more saves than keeper B so must be better, than it is to look at the reasons why A makes more saves to see if it is actually because he is not as good and so gets called upon more often.}

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17 Jun 2022 15:55:39
Wow. I'd like to say I agree but my brain just exploded

{Ed001's Note - the biggest problem is the dumbing down of punditry, so no one is even pointing out for those kids who might be watching at home what to look for. So they are not learning the game like they should from knowledgeable people. Instead they are just being fed a diet of obtuse cliches and biased commentary.}

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17 Jun 2022 17:49:45
It does amuse me when pundits consider tackling ability above game reading. It must be the same with goal keeping. A lot of my friends go on about Southall as the greatest ever keeper. I wouldn't know because I never really seen him except live when he was getting destroyed by Rushie but I always appreciate a keeper like Scmichel Sr who just plucked the ball out of thin air then set up an attack with an accurate throw out

{Ed001's Note - Southall was incredible, Schmeichel was good but whenever a player was 1 on 1 with him I always used to wonder why they never just rolled it along the ground when he did his starfish. Only Fowler ever seemed to cotton on to it and he had the beating of him because of it.}

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17 Jun 2022 20:08:41
Appreciate your time Ed. As usual I feel a bit more educated

{Ed001's Note - cheers bb, I enjoyed the chat.}

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18 Jun 2022 22:19:28
This actually reminds me of the time when Alisson made that incredible save against Napoli to get us through to the CL knockout rounds, and people played it down because the shot was supposedly straight at him, completely ignoring how quick he was on his feet to get himself in the perfect position so that the shot had nowhere to go but at him. In the very same breath, those people raved about an Ederson save against Shakhtar that same week purely because he had to sprawl and dive, which made it look a lot flashier than it needed to be.

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21 Jun 2022 07:11:13
Ed may I ask which goalkeepers you would rate higher of Cech, Casillas, Buffon and van der Saar? :)

{Ed001's Note - Casillas was not that good so he is the lowest of them by a margin. To be truly fair it would depend on what team they are in. Van der Saar is the best with his feet and so would be better in a Man City-type but overall as a keeper I would just edge it to Cech before his head injury. However after his head injury he was never quite the same and was a little hesitant at times. So over the course of their career it has to be Buffon for his incredible consistency and longevity - he is still playing now! There is very little to choose between the three of them though and a lot of the choice would come down to what you wanted from your keeper.}

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22 Jun 2022 11:05:42
Thanks for your reply. Of course I am far from objective in my assessment of the players, but I do agree that Cech is probably the one who had the highest peak.
I was never the biggest fan of van der Saar, but I heavily disliked him, so once again I cannot be objective in my assessment of him! ;)

{Ed001's Note - that is the problem, it is easy to get caught up in subjectivity and emotion when talking about footie. I used to be terrible for it, but as a kid my grandad would sit down and explain to me about how useful it was in important situations to be able to remove emotion and analyse things. He was one of, possibly the, first paramedic in the UK and taught paramedics and St John's Ambulance etc so for him he saw it as a matter of life and death, literally, to be able to shut off emotion and look at things completely objectively. He drummed it into me and so I can do the same about anything. It came in useful for exams and stuff like that, as when the pressure is on I can just carry on as normal. Sorry no idea why I just wittered on there!}

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22 Jun 2022 22:11:46
Lovely anecdote - and definitely a nice view to have on it, and something I could use at times. I always love to hear more about you and the other Eds, so I only see it as a small treat! It's a bit funny how people interact so often on these pages and know almost nothing about each other apart from maybe which football clubs they support and maybe their nationality!

{Ed001's Note - that is a good point, it is amazing, but you would also be amazed how many moans get sent in when anyone tries to discuss anything else. I have realised that the most enjoyable sites to edit are those where they do talk about other things as well. People on there mostly interact more when they know a bit more about each other and are more polite to each other.}

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24 Jun 2022 13:02:24
amazing take ed, i always used to watch the keeper and think it was his positioning rather than the save.but it was pure luck i thought that way rather than be someone who had actual knowledge.interested to think who you believe was better betwee buffon and oliver kahn and even neuer?

{Ed001's Note - it is difficult because they are 3 different eras. Kahn is old school before they were expected to be footballers as well, while Buffon is the inbetween era when they were just adapting. Neuer is one of the new school. It is very difficult to compare but the modern keeper does have the advantage of being able to play in the past, whereas older era keepers would struggle in the modern game. On that basis alone newer keepers should be better.

Kahn had great presence but I think Buffon was a better keeper than him, Kahn could get overenthusiastic and lose his calm. Neuer suffers with wrist problems which have lessened his ability.}

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24 Jun 2022 16:04:19
fair take ed, i guess that's what the game is about evolution and everything should be better as we learn more and improve and adapt the game, tactics, inter changing positions like the cruyff teams did in the past from barcelona to mancity to liverpool i can see the game has become very technical, however i do miss the old punts from the GK to the stiker, through on goal moments :)

{Ed001's Note - there is something to be said for bits of the old game, I miss the blood and thunder tackles personally, not all the changes have been for the better.}

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15 Jun 2022 21:33:56
Hi Ed,

Is there any interest in Nikola Milenkovic and Nicolas Gonzalez?

Both seem to be on the rise. Appreciate that Gonzalez has recently moved to Fiorentina and likely they wouldn't be interested in a sale at present!

Cheers as always for your info

{Ed002's Note - Nikola Milenkovic (CB) Milan, Inter and Spurs have an interest in NM but Milan will need to sell to raise funds and that may be a problem. Inter are actively talking with Fiorentina and want to make it a part exchange. Something could be done with Spurs and he is their first choice. Interest of West Ham remains but he will seek a Champions League team.}

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16 Jun 2022 10:00:13
Thanks Ed, have a great day!

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13 Jun 2022 08:00:22
Hello Eds

Is anyone interested in signing Sergej Milinkovic-Savic this summer, could he end up moving?

{Ed002's Note - Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (CM/AM) Lazio had no intention of selling unless the player pushed for a move, but the reality of having 10 players out of contract in the summer means they are facing the reality of selling Milinkovic-Savic to help fund the changes they wish to make and to free up wages. It would take a huge offer of perhaps €70M to complete a sale. At that price the interested parties would want to include players in any deal if possible. Inter are effectively priced out of any move with other transfers they are making. Real Madrid's interest has moved on but circumstances are rapidly changing in Madrid and they could look again. PSG may make an offer after failing to sign midfield targets in recent windows. Manchester United remain very keen - and he is the preferred choice by some at the club but not all. Spurs may show an interest but a move is seen as very unlikely - the same with Juventus and Newcastle. Arsenal have declared an interest but cannot off Champions League which makes it more difficult to persuade the player.}

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13 Jun 2022 15:26:54
Thanks Ed!

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15 Jun 2022 00:11:34
Hi Ed,

Would you be able to expand on what you mean by ‘circumstances are rapidly changing’ in Madrid?

Cheers for your work mate!

{Ed002's Note - There will be a significant appointment fairly soon.}

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08 Jun 2022 22:42:04
Hi Ed, can you tell us about the jnterest in Bastoni and if you think he will move?

{Ed002's Note - Alessandro Bastoni (CB) First choice for Barcelona, but Inter don't want to sell although €70M might be enough for Inter to part with him as they look to cut the wage bill. Bayern Munich have a declared interest and see him has an option to others as they look to add two CBs, but they know the player wants to stay in Milan. Real Madrid are keen but he is not top of their list. Spurs certainly offer an option whilst Conte and Paratici are at the club. Chelsea and Manchester United have watched him but have preferred targets. Expect him to stay at Inter next season.}

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09 Jun 2022 16:37:07
Thanks Ed!

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06 Jun 2022 09:35:23
Hi ed, after his relatively successful season at roma, is there any interest in tammy abraham? If so do you see him moving this summer? Thanks in advance for any info i hope you have had a good jubilee weekend!

{Ed002's Note - No, No.}

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07 Jun 2022 09:30:59
Okay ed, thanks for your information. I hope the second no wasn’t in response to the jubilee weekend! If it was then i am sorry to hear that! All the best!

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30 May 2022 11:43:43
Hi Ed's

Thanks for the hard work!

With Lukaku angling for a move back to inter what would that mean for Lautaro Martinez? Would he have to make way or could they keep them both?

Good luck in busy season!

{Ed002's Note - They would ideally want to keep them both but it is hugely complicated to do so.}

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30 May 2022 12:27:47
Thanks Ed. Where would the interest in Lautaro come from? And if they were forced to choose, would they prioritise lukaku coming back or Martinez staying?

{Ed002's Note - Lautaro Martinez (S) Inter don't want to sell and long-term admirers Barcelona and Manchester City are looking elsewhere although Barcelona would still like to add him in the summer, but significant sales would still be required. Manchester City have signed Haaland instead. Real Madrid are trying to convince Inter to sell and will offer an assortment of players they no longer want in exchange. Atletico Madrid are interested if he becomes available but money would be an issue without a major sale - perhaps Joao Felix. There is support for him from an ex-Chelsea player who was a potential Director of Football at the club but he would be a little down the list of targets Chelsea has as they look to add a striker but perhaps a deal involving Lukaku would work. PSG could look to him but have preferred options. Interest of Spurs and Arsenal will go nowhere as the player would also want Champions League football and the expectation to be challenging and winning. Agent has been in London and Madrid talking to Premier League clubs including Manchetser United - but no CL would hinder them. A move to Spain will be preferred if Inter can be persuaded to sell.

The do not wish to sell Martinez, so that is the priority.}

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28 May 2022 23:18:05
Ed002, possible to ask about the futures of Ousmane Dembele, Leandro Paredes and Fede Bernadeschi?

{Ed002's Note - It is tiresome to keep answering the same question over and over again about Dembele.}

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27 May 2022 17:54:16
Hi Ed

Do you know where Ivan Perisic might end up if he leaves Inter this summer?

{Ed002's Note - Ivan Perisic (LW/LWB) has a number of options but will either sign a new contract or perhaps take the advice of Conte and convert to a wing back to replace Reguilon at Spurs.}

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25 May 2022 10:04:08
Hello, Ed.
Can I ask if there is any interest in Adrien Rabiot?
I would also like to know what you think of the player, if you would be willing to share your thoughts on him? I had very high thoughts of him in PSG, but he seems to have not progressed so much in Juventus to me?

{Ed002's Note - Adrian Rabiot (CM) Juventus are looking to replace their midfield misfits (Arthur, McKennie, Ramsey and Rabiot) before the start of the season. They are looking to fund replacements they have already identified. Rabiot will, like every other player, be offered to Newcastle. A third party has been instructed to find him a new home and he can be used in part exchanges. He has been offered to Chelsea as part of a deal for any of several Chelsea players Juventus are interested in, but Chelsea want to keep transfers as clean as possible and may make a cash offer. Approaches have been made to Barcelona - but they will look to others, and Arsenal. Everton and Spurs may provide options.

Rabiot is a very good player but has been trouble off the pitch.}

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25 May 2022 13:45:27
Thanks for your reply!
Juventus seems to be a club that has quite a few players that have disciplinary issues? Or is that just my take?

{Ed002's Note - No more so than most.}

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24 May 2022 22:02:52
Are Ac Milan still in line for a takeover? and will this help them keep there best players?

Are the takeover rules different between italian and english clubs?
or is it pretty much universal?

{Ed002's Note - Yes but there is a second bidder which may make the first bidder take notice or not, the double-double bluff.}

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24 May 2022 22:29:03
Interesting stuff! thanks Ed002: one to keep a eye on.

Do you expect the first bidder to budge or will they keep there nerve and see off the 2nd bidder?

Also talk of Dybala joining inter, do you expect that to happen?

{Ed002's Note - The initial bidder has stepped aside at least for now.

Investcorp and RedBird Capital are both looking to buy Milan. Investcorp are less than happy with trying to deal with the Vulture Capitalists Elliott Management and have stepped back, at least temporarily. RedBird Capital can now move ahead with the purchase. Former owner Yonghong Li is looking to block the sale unless he gets a significant payment - although this is largely noise.

Dybala wants to move to Real Madrid or PSG, but that seems unlikely as neither are interested in him - which opens the door to a move to Inter if they are willing to match his significant financial demands. Offers from other sides have already been rejected by the player. }

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23 May 2022 01:28:30
Hi Ed. Just wondering who is interested in Rafael Leao at Milan? Thanks in advance

{Ed002's Note - Rafael Leao (W/F) I cannot see the player moving to Newcastle who have enquired but PSG have sent scouts and he might be an option for Real Madrid as they clear the decks.}

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24 May 2022 22:29:56
He has had a superb season with Milan that's for sure.

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21 May 2022 07:29:36
Hi Ed,

Who are Alessio Romagnoli's posible teams please?


{Ed002's Note - Alessio Romagnoli (CB) Milan want a new contract but they are at odds with the player and his representatives over the package, and in particular, a termination clause. Currently he will be out of contract this summer unless something changes. Lazio have continued to hold meetings with his representatives and have been gradually been increasing their offer. He will have options with Barcelona perhaps seeing him as an option to their first choice. Juventus interest only existed when it looked like MdL was leaving - now he is probably not. The worse case scenario for Milan would be a move to Inter - and don't rule it out. Real Madrid may offer an option if they miss out on Kounde. There is a chance of a move to London with Chelsea, who need to make significant defensive changes this summer, or Spurs, who are very keen to upgrade.}

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21 May 2022 14:30:00

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23 May 2022 12:29:45
Is there any interest from Manchester United?

{Ed002's Note - What does it say?}

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04 May 2022 12:58:45
Hope you are all well. I was just wondering if there was interest in Victor Osimhen from EPL clubs?

Thanks in advance

{Ed002's Note - Victor Osimhen (S) Napoli made it clear to Chelsea who enquired just before the last summer transfer window closed that even €100M would not buy the player. Chelsea and Manchester City maintain an interest but he would not be first choice for either. Real Madrid could look to him as an option to Haaland. Manchester United Bayern Munich, Arsenal and PSG have all sent scouts and all will be looking to add strikers next summer. Seen as a possible Harry Kane replacement by Antonio Conte. Newcastle interest will go nowhere. Milan has an interest and an influx of money coming - may prove to be an option. You can likely rule out clubs not in the Champions League. Lazio may well block any move this summer but already have a replacement in mind.

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04 May 2022 14:06:15
Thanks very much. I saw a report Manchester united had an £84m bid in for him but wasn't thinking that would happen.

{Ed002's Note - I don't know anything about that.}

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26 Apr 2022 06:41:30
Hi there, Ed.
It's been a while since I've seen any posts about Joules Kounde - can I ask about interest in him?

{Ed002's Note - Yes the same interest remains in Kounde.}

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21 Mar 2022 18:54:43
Hi Ed, any chance you could shed some like on Dybala?

{Ed002's Note - Already done.}

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21 Mar 2022 23:22:46
Cheers Ed just seen the below post ????????

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21 Mar 2022 15:08:56
With Dybala now confirmed to be leaving where is the possible destinations for him?.

{Ed002's Note - Paulo Dybala (F/AM) - selling was seen a way to raise the money to buy Verratti or Milinkovic-Savic last summer but he is out of contract at the end of the season and his demands for a new one are very significant - which delayed any agreement. Juventus will try once more but Dybala will be available as a Free Agent in the summer if a new contract is not agreed and as such, clubs outside of Italy can talk with him. Liverpool may make a proposal although there may be lingering concerns over injuries and both the wage and signing on costs are significant. For me, a very good player but getting older and very expensive and I would have thought Liverpool may look toward the future. Manchester City may also offer an option. Atletico could look to him as a Joao Felix replacement if they were to lose him. Spurs with Paratici and Conte offer a very viable option. Those representing the player have spoken to many leading clubs in Europe but it seems prior interest of PSG and Manchester United has waned. Inter are the only Italian side who might be interested. The player wants to move to Real Madrid, but that seems unlikely.}

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21 Mar 2022 20:58:00
Thank you very much!. Thanks for all the hard work you and the other Edds do.

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05 Mar 2022 22:00:14
Ed002 who is interested in fabian ruiz

{Ed002's Note - Fabian Ruiz (CM/DM/AM) was seen by Real Madrid as a replacement for Kroos and/or Modric but is not first choice - although they could still turn to him and are keeping their interest known to Napoli - but it is likely waning in consideration of other options. There have been discussions with his agent involving Manchester City, Arsenal and Bayern Munich - although the player is not keen on a move to England or Germany. Napoli have also met and spoken with Barcelona who see him as a possible replacement for Pjanic but they have to integrate their youngsters. I am not aware of any approach to his agent or Napoli by Liverpool. His agent thinks that PSG and Manchester United could also look to him. Do not lose sight of Inter.}

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29 Jan 2022 18:49:42
just been reading across the sites of all the big name strikers who are moving around, vlahovic joining juventus, Arsenal looking for one, Man city playing without a striker and dominating, barcelona, madrid and bayern looking at strikers.

wanted to inquire if anyone has approached inter about Martinez (S)

{Ed002's Note - No, he has just signed a new contract.}

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30 Jan 2022 01:48:45
thanks for the reply ed002

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17 Jan 2022 13:15:14
Hello, Ed.
I have seen rumours in Danish news outlets that Eriksen will be moving to the Premier League, and Brentford has been mentioned as a possible team for him. Is there any truth in this?
Sincerely, Emil

{Ed002's Note - Christian Eriksen (AM) A settlement was reached to terminate the contract with Inter as he is not allowed to play in Italy - a third party has been making enquiries regarding interested sides in England and Brentford may provide an option.}

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18 Jan 2022 07:19:57
Thanks for your reply! Can't wait to see him play again, although I hope he will not be such a menace against Chelsea if he was to return to the league!

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13 Jan 2022 15:19:55
Ed002, bit of a random one but with Fede Chiesa's ACL injury, will Juventus still be taking up their purchase option on the player?

{Ed002's Note - Yes.}

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16 Jan 2022 03:35:44
They’d be absolute fools not to. What a gem of a player hopefully he can come back with no problems.

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