Leroy Sane



  • If you look at Hazard's rise yesterday for a hattrick against lowly Cardiff and you take into consideration added media interest due to being dropped early season, surely Sane could hit £10 in value by the end of the season. He was untouchable last year!



  • Sane is a awesome player, however on FI great players don’t equate to great investments.

    He returned 0 divs last season. He’s one I would consider as a long term hold and he should rise, but not to hazard’s level. I’d say maybe £6-6.50 by end of season if he gets decent game time.



  • If it wasn't for Hazards hattrick yesterday, Sane was looking at plenty of divs. Also, added media attention will make a difference, before this season he was quality but with a really low media profile which is building, albeit off of negativity about him not playing for City or Germany



  • @Lukeroro said in Leroy Sane:

    If you look at Hazard's rise yesterday for a hattrick against lowly Cardiff and you take into consideration added media interest due to being dropped early season, surely Sane could hit £10 in value by the end of the season. He was untouchable last year!

    Not sure if this is a pump and dump or just a wind up. You are seriously suggesting that a guy with zero dividends is worth a similar amount to pogba ...

    The world has gone utterly bonkers...



  • @mike778
    Firstly, Sane looks like the kind of player who can get there. He's only 22.
    Secondly, Pogba will be pumped up as well. I wasn't suggesting he or anyone else would remain stagnant but Sane would hurdle the lot of em.

    It's a mix, in my opinion, of Sane being an opportunity to grow and general FI inflation.



  • @Lukeroro

    Whilst i agree that Sane is a good young prospect who can significantly improve under Pep, if he's willing to change his attitude & that may justify a price increase the difference between his current price & that of Pogba & Hazard (or any of the big hitters) is that they are underpinned by past & present dividends; In the last few weeks Pogba has returned £1.14, Ronaldo 83p & Hazard 23p whilst I don't hold him I believe Sane is ZERO - hence the price differential.



  • @Lukeroro said in Leroy Sane:

    @mike778
    Firstly, Sane looks like the kind of player who can get there. He's only 22.
    Secondly, Pogba will be pumped up as well. I wasn't suggesting he or anyone else would remain stagnant but Sane would hurdle the lot of em.

    It's a mix, in my opinion, of Sane being an opportunity to grow and general FI inflation.

    Well if the going rate for a young player who returns bugger all is going to be a tenner then there is going to be a lot of inflation ahead. Karius to £8 anyone ?

    Wonder how much someone like naymar will cost ? £50 ? £250 ?



  • @mike778
    You. Are. Hilarious.



  • @NewUser159387 I understand that. I was suggesting he has the potential to rise a lot in price. Maybe a tenner a share is optimistic!

    Remember he's only started one game for City this year so PB has been a write off, and only Hazard had a higher score on Saturday when he did start.



  • @Lukeroro That isn't quite correct as Pepe scored a hattrick as well for Lille that day and ended up on around 280 points, which was well ahead of Sane too.



  • @TheSleepingGiant checked just before midnight, I'm sure Sane was second behind Hazard.



  • @Lukeroro Sane was 3rd 202pts, Pepe 2nd 280, Hazard 1st 317.



  • I stand corrected!


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