As a spurs fan, I honestly think the Dybala link is totally made up nonsense to drive down the lo celso price and get the deal done quicker. The only tentative link is the Argentinian thing with poch but think there’s no truth in it. He may leave (although not from what Sarris saying). But not to spurs.
His implied dividends last year was 16p (the amount of divs you’d statistically expect to win over a season based on his PB scores) while his actual divs was 6p. This suggests that he has been very unlucky and should, theoretically, be a good hold for the coming season for PB divs.
Out of players younger than 30: Only Neymar (6), Hazard (7) and Kimmich (8) had more PB scores over 200 than him last season (with 5) implying that he is good value.
Theres also plenty of other positives to hold him for, CL with Leverkusen, a move to a big club next summer and Euro 2020 with the German team. These should all help with capital appreciation.
Anyone arguing which one of arsenal or man utd, who both have revenue figures into hundreds of millions and are permanent top 6 members, are more of a "banter club" needs to stop watching sky sports and get out and support a real football club which desperately wants and values their support. Using Manchester as an example, right nearby you have a wonderful club in bury who are in a dire financial situation or stockport who have an amazing fanbase and get 4k attendences in non league and yet people prefer to pay for sky to watch either a club run by oil barons or a club run by the glazers...
Yes, i think they’re the best team for a player to be linked with. I managed to double my initial investment with Dan James alone!
I hold David Brooks currently, as i can only see more United rumours about him in the horizon- given James Maddisons hefty pricetag.Brooks is also on record saying he’s a united fan. There also seems to be a strategy of Utd buying homegrown talent (but i think the McGinn rumours are bs to be honest)