At best this is like Atalanta signing Sir Alex Ferguson in 2005
He will also cost a lot of money, which we are allergic to spending.If you guys have a time and watch Sevilla vs Lille.
Take a look at Rento Sanches play.
We need that type of player in this current Milan squad.
He will fit perfectly in Pioli's system and will move us up a level.
Definitely we won't miss Kessie...
For all the money, they still have the same old hallmark of being super unbalanced. Lack of balance is a common feature for EPL teams though, with very few exceptions like Chelsea (though Rudiger is one of those massively overrated players who shouldn't be there)...but Spurs are this on overdrive. No surprise why they haven't been taking up the top league positions. I'm not saying they would win the league, but sacrificing some things going forward for a better defence and midfield should see them up the table.Spurs aren't bad, they are good. But they are midtable because everyone in the EPL is so strong.
That's my point.
You guys don't think the disparity is simply crazy vs rest of Europe?
For real? Rudiger is absolutely key to how they play. If anything he's been underrated for very long. I was surprised when we were linked with him and Milan fans didn't like him.(though Rudiger is one of those massively overrated players who shouldn't be there).
1. Not enough opportunity to earn money.Interesting. Wonder what that means.
Aston Villa is already owned by some of the richest people in the world, who clearly have ambitions of their own for the club, and Birmingham is in a mess not unlike Milan in terms of ownership by shady Asian groups and general chaos -- probably not ready for a takeover, plus a much smaller brand than Newcastle and they are a lower half of the table team in the second tier.1. Not enough opportunity to earn money.
2. unbalanced in competition and income.
3. Bureauchratic hurdles in Italy.
Newcastle though is a strange choice. They be way better off with a Birmingham club as that is a way bigger city that is centrally placed. A Milano club though is way better than... lets say PSG.