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Parma director Salvatore Scaglia has confirmed that Marco Di Vaio could be sold following the arrival of Adriano.

"Di Vaio is a player that is in our project for the future. But if we were offered a high enough offer then we could change our plans," said Scaglia.

The Gialloblu signed Adriano yesterday in a deal which will see him arrive on loan for next season before Inter decide whether to take him back in July 2003.

A signing that Scaglia has admitted was all thanks to the hard work of technical director Arrigo Sacchi - who beat a host of other clubs to his signature.

"It was all down to Sacchi who worked in the shadows. I’ve read a lot of critical articles in the Press about Parma and this is our answer to them. Prices are simply too high in this football world of ours now," he added.

"We are looking to build a team based on youngsters not only because that is a dimension we are focusing on but also because we can contain prices more easily.

"Adriano is our first real signing but let us not forget that we have now fully signed both Matteo Ferrari and Marco Marchionni, as well as bringing in Daniele Bonera (Brescia) and Mark Bresciano (Empoli).

"All have accepted a new pay structure too. There is a fixed salary plus a variable which will be based on performance."

Scaglia went on to maintain that the club’s high earners would also be released this term such as defender Fabio Cannavaro.

"Players that are on a high wage will probably be sold. Cannavaro will be the first to leave but he certainly won’t be the last. But at the moment talks have stalled for the defender."

However, sporting director Luca Baraldi has stated that Di Vaio and Cannavaro could be forced to remain at the club because of a lack of serious offers.

"We can’t totally rule out that Cannavaro and Di Vaio will stay. Clubs that are only offering us half of what they are worth really do not deserve to have them," Baraldi maintained.

"We are in continual talks with Di Vaio. If he wants proof about our hunger for success then he just needs to look at how hard this club is working."
 

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Well this sounds all nice and dandy.

One thing I wonder is how do these performence based bonuses/wages work?? For an attacker I guess one could count goals and assists, but for midfielders and defenders it's much harder to judge the performences. And who's the judge etc.?

If a defender makes a good tackle that's good, but if he then loses the ball, he's back to square one again. So how do one judge his performance?
 

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I think it's more of a collective performance. So if the team play well and reach a high position in the table they will get paid more than if they relegate. For the club that's the only thing that counts. Individual efforts can't and shouldn't be measured in money as that would only lead to selfishness.
 

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I just saw at calciomercato.com that Tanzi said that Canna and Di Vaio will stay for 100%.


I think that´s his way to scare the other clubs so that they will come up with the kind of money Tanzi wants.
 
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