Est. Worth ~28million
Contract - June 2018
Est. Worth ~32million
Contract - June 2017
Est. Worth ~45million
Contract - June 2017
I think all will stay 1 more year. Roma seems to want to take a shot at a title this year. Fiorentina will want to see how far they can climb with a hopefully healthy Rossi and Gomez. Juve champions the fact they held onto Vidal to calm fans about not signing any big, proven talent.
Then all are gone after this season.
EDIT: Unfortunately I can't vote unless I select one of them to be gone though...
They're all at an age where if the clubs received an on offer which is too good to pass up they will sell.
So it depends on the offers received. Vidal and Cuadrado will go i think, Benatia it will depend if someone if prepared to offer Roma something substantial enough for them to risk losing the bedrock of their defense for an upcoming season, where they have a real shot at winning the Scudetto and at present are the favourites IMO.
I really hope all three go... and most of the money will be pocketed in swiss bank accounts as usual. Or if it is reinvested it'll be for a player on the same wave length as Morata... a reject benchwarmer that has a big price.
Allhave fair market value but as Nero said I wouldn't be surprised if Cuadrado&Vidal were sold for e.g already there's been fair money for them.And still with a month of the market to go I can see well offers too good to refuse coming in for them so to speak.
Torino have been kicked out of the Europa League by Wolverhampton, Atalanta look very close to elimination from the CL and probably from EL too as they will likely be fourth in their group after losing two games to Dinamo Zagreb and Shakhtar Donetsk. They pretend they can defeat Manchester City...
28+22+15=65 total participation in serie A for the freshly promoted clubs, who replace Chievo, Empoli and Frosinone who had total 32...
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