Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by rurikbird, Feb 17, 2019.
"Potentially a lot better"? That's a fucking huge statement to make.
Doesn't look like Gerrard is advising him that's for sure
It is and I'll stick by it.
He's developing at a much younger age and is going to be a prolific player no matter where he ends up playing most of his career. So the only reason he wouldnt be classed as significantly better is because he's classed as a different type of player.
De Bruyne is 28 and has 88 career goals... Haavertz is 20 and has 30... He's a phenom.
De bruyne isnt a goalscorer he's not there to score goals , it's a stupid comparison , not just because of that but also because he's arguably the best footballer in the league and has been for a while
De Bruyne is 28?! I thought he was still about 22, kinell.
It’s like saying any midfielder with more career goals than Zidane is better than him. Weird.
Not really...Haavertz does a lot of the stuff De Bruyne does too... he is just also quick enough and given license to finish moves. He's a phenom...
I think he was 22 when Mourinho got rid of him...
Wonder if there's any release clause
These Spurs training shirts look like they were designed in WordArt
Avy's been moonlighting.
Bayern finally cut their losses on Renato Sanches. Bought for €35M rising to €80M, sold to Lille for just €25M. A cautionary tale about investing too early in a hyped-up potential. The funny thing is that he can still grow up to be a very good player – at 22 he's just at the age when most attacking players start to break through. It's just that Bayern didn't have patience to develop him properly once they realized that he's a lot more raw than originally promised.
Apparently 30m euros.
Really is. How does this happen? Does he speak Italian or something
Anyhow, pays for the Academy for 2 years, right?
Yep, he's disillusioned apparently
I'm guessing we have the option to buy back? I mean if he's that good..
More like delusional
Not sure if he is delusional but clearly Fiorentina are offering his first team opportunities this season.
He won't get anywhere near our first team this season - unless we have injury issues up front.
Brewster is obviously ahead of him and even he will struggle for consistent game time.