yeah when you think about it, The Dutch league is not the strongest. Look at van Hooijdonk he was crap in england and now he is scoring like nothing in holland at the moment. van Nistelrooy is special but he won't perform elsewhere in the big leagues. He will be one of those big money flop moves.
Van Nistelrooij will be a goal-getter and a star abroad. 1) most former PSV strikers went on to become world-class strikers when they went aborad, Romari0,Ronaldo,Gullit,Zenden(sort of a striker, but a star nonetheless, De Bilde, not noticed much, but scoring plenty og goals for Sheffield Wednesday, week-in-week-out).
2) Hasselbaink,Makaay,Kluivert,Van Vossen, all were/are goal-getters abroad, I'm sure Van Nistelrooij will follow in their footsteps.
He would be good at a big club, not a small. At a big like leeds or barca, it would`nt be so hard to adjust cause he`ll just have to score without trying to make him look good, but he is`nt asking for that much now, so he`ll be targeted even more.
RVN is one of the best 10-15 strikers in Europe today. He is fast, strong and he scores easy goals. He reminds me a little bit of Batistuta in his finishing, it's powerful and uncomplicated. He'll be a hit wherever he goes. And yes, the dutch league isn't too good but that just means he will develop further if given more competition.
Some of you know Tifo, a YouTube channel that puts out really excellent football videos.
This one is about the development of Martin Odegaard - written by Xt's very own Kiyan. Notice his name in the credits. Great job @Kiyan Haven't seen him for ages though.
When you have a low 'success rate' of 22% in CL finals throughout your history, what better guarantee of winning the CL than bringing in a world class player who won 5/5 finals?
Taking into consideration that juve have been to 2 finals recently, and the fact that clubs like Bayern and Real...