It is said that the esteem of the coach from Lecce was also manifested directly with informal contacts, of courtesy, among professionals. At least that transpires from sources close to the Swedish champion. What is certain is that the esteem is mutual. Conte is crazy about giant of Malmo, has already said it to the top of Juve, who in turn are trying to locate a road economically viable, at least to open the negotiations.
The stakes are clear: the cost of the card must be broken down and revised the annual fixed engagement. Otherwise, the margins are zero. Let’s say that the Bianconeri could be there with 8 to 10 million to be paid to PSG and 7.5 million per year plus bonuses to the player until 2017.
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Old and overestimated: it is not what it takes to win in Europe
Ibra back in black and white? For goodness sake, God forbid. At the first signs of Calciopoli, the Swede has went away without a second thought and where? to the court of “enemy” Moratti to win Championships of the honest. But the real reasons are certainly not moral, as in football-business the mercenaries are the rule and the flagship players disappeared. The truth is that to choose Zlatan Ibrahimovic to let him play the role of the now mythological top player is madness. For a long list of reasons, among which the main ones.
1) The attacker now covered with gold by the sheikhs of the PSG is too expensive for the coffers of Turin and especially has an engagement impractical (14 million euro per year).
2) He is old, going for 32 years (October): the best of himself has already given.
3) Juventus, quietly overlooking the Italian league for two years without him, would take him to win the Champions League. But, as we all were able to see over the years, between Ibra and the Cup with the big ears is natural incompatibility. Every time he hears the jingle, collapses and disappears from the field.
4) He is overrated. He believes himself actually the greatest sportsmen ever (!) After, his goodness, Muhammad Ali. But, reality says that Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Iniesta, Xavi, Falcao and the many others are much higher. Just scroll through the rankings of the Ballon d’Or, which are not the Bible but they mean something as well. Well, the star player from Malmö came 20th in 2003, 13th in 2004, 8th in 2005, 7th in 2007, 9th in 2008, 7th in 2009, 10th in 2012. In short, the Juventus of Antonio Conte needs more than that.