Do you know how much he loves Madrid? Really? What about how much does Real Madrid love Solari?El Fenómeno. said:Too many rumours flying around, I know how much he loves Madrid and he won't be leaving without a careful think through.
Of course I know how much he loves Madrid.Koeman4 said:Do you know how much he loves Madrid? Really? What about how much does Real Madrid love Solari?
BTW, how much did he love Atleti before playing for Real Madrid? p
I don't know if he would be a usual player in the lineup, but he definitely would have more chances in Barcelona. Besides, we don't have names or, at least, Rijkaard doesn't care about names. Last year he benched Marquez and put Oleguer, he replaced the mega-star Quaresma for Luis García and he played with Jorquera or Valdés instead of Rustu... We don't have "galacticos". Even Ronaldinho was replaced sometimes, when he wasn't at 100% (Zaragoza in Copa, for example).Real_Madrid said:IMO, he shouldn't go to Barca, infact it would be better for him to stay in Real Madrid, I mean seriously this guy deserves a starting place in a TOP team, but is he going to be a regular in Barca? Is he even going to be their "12th" player?
Going to Barca won't change anything for him, he is still going to be a bench player, he should choose a team where he can play in the starting line up, Real Madrid, Barcelona and even Valencia, Deportivo have a left sided player.
BTW, if he did move, then he is going to be one of the few players to have played in Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Barcelona(is there any actually p) ..Spain's top 3 clubs.
PS, Fuk you Perez
Its probably because he has a VERY good salary, not in the level of the "galatico's" offcourse but his salary is very high because he was signed on a bosman.If he didn't love Real Madrid he would have left a long time ago, but now he seems to be getting frustrated and I don't blame him.
Its not easy to fight for a place with Ronaldiho, you knowI don't know if he would be a usual player in the lineup, but he definitely would have more chances in Barcelona
No, it's not... the problem is that Barcelona's wings play with the opposite foot. I mean, Ronaldinho is right footed and he's the left wing, Solari is left footed, so he could fight with Giuly. Remember that Luis García was left footed too. Besides, Solari is not only a wing, he could play instead of Xavi or Deco in a particular moment too.Real_Madrid said:Its not easy to fight for a place with Ronaldiho, you know