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[Albion] Lazar Samardzic







Tiger Barb

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Jan 31, 2009
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It seems that the landing of Hamed Junior Traorè from Bournemouth, who will go and take the place of Elmas, who was ceded to Leipzig, is also very close. De Laurentiis made it known, some time ago, that the company's intention is to reinforce the midfield with one or two acquisitions. The name at the top of the Neapean club's men's market list is undoubtedly Lazar Samardzic, but the negotiation has suffered obvious slowdowns, due to the inclusion of De Zerbi's Brighton and Juventus, which moved by closing a deal with the footballer's entourage. For this reason, alternatives such as Fiorentina's Barak or Monchengladbach's Neuhaus are being made way.
 


Hugo Rune

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The reports seem to indicate that Napoli have fallen behind ourselves and Juventus with the Old Lady preferring a summer purchase.

The appeal of the EPL, RDZ and a ‘cash in hand Tony special’ could yet win us the race!

Or, there is absolutely no interest from us in that player.
 




saafend_seagull

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Doubt we will go for him. His dad wants a few on top of the agent earning fee. Supposedly his dad is pissing every Italian club off who have tried to sign him.
 




Johnny RoastBeef

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Doubt we will go for him. His dad wants a few on top of the agent earning fee. Supposedly his dad is pissing every Italian club off who have tried to sign him.

His father is his agent, so his commission will be limited to the max allowed by the FIFA cap.

Family members are no longer allowed payments from transfers under FIFA rules, unless they're a licensed agent. And even then the FIFA agent commission cap will dictate how much they can demand.
 


B-right-on

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Apr 23, 2015
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Doubt we will go for him. His dad wants a few on top of the agent earning fee. Supposedly his dad is pissing every Italian club off who have tried to sign him.

Seems to be the case per Twatter, lots of comments about his dad/agent. Looks like a great talent, wonder if we can get thru the dad agent with a decent offer. I can't imagine Juve can match us if we step in for him with a serious offer and the temptation to lead to 'bigger' PL clubs.

 


warmleyseagull

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His father is his agent, so his commission will be limited to the max allowed by the FIFA cap.

Family members are no longer allowed payments from transfers under FIFA rules, unless they're a licensed agent. And even then the FIFA agent commission cap will dictate how much they can demand.
Great. So they will work out some way that Dad gets a healthy wedge another way. This is not going to happen.
 




Hugo Rune

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Great. So they will work out some way that Dad gets a healthy wedge another way. This is not going to happen.
Having done a bit of Google-Digging, the transfer to Inter seems to have collapsed for a number of reasons. The father has a different story. The super agent (pictured below) agreed the deal with Inter and Udinese without the consent of the player or his Dad (allegedly). It seems she was feeding Fab the whole convoluted story but without the necessary permissions.

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warmleyseagull

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Having done a bit of Google-Digging, the transfer to Inter seems to have collapsed for a number of reasons. The father has a different story. The super agent (pictured below) agreed the deal with Inter and Udinese without the consent of the player or his Dad (allegedly). It seems she was feeding Fab the whole convoluted story but without the necessary permissions.

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We don't do January; we don't do PL ready players; we don't deal with dodgy agents. Looks dead cert to me.
 


levs

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We don't do January; we don't do PL ready players; we don't deal with dodgy agents. Looks dead cert to me.
So we didn't sign Locadia, Ulloa or Knockaert in Jan. Or Estupinan, Joao Pedro, Veltman, Welbeck, Milner or Lallana or many others who were premier league ready. I'm pretty sure we've had many dealings with "dodgy"/awkward agents in the past too. All it really comes down to is whether we see value in the signing, the team want to sell and whether the player wants to come. Things none of us know without working for the clubs recruitment team
 




fly high

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So we didn't sign Locadia, Ulloa or Knockaert in Jan. Or Estupinan, Joao Pedro, Veltman, Welbeck, Milner or Lallana or many others who were premier league ready. I'm pretty sure we've had many dealings with "dodgy"/awkward agents in the past too. All it really comes down to is whether we see value in the signing, the team want to sell and whether the player wants to come. Things none of us know without working for the clubs recruitment team
Spot on, suggest we have had tricky situation to deal with when signing some of our SA gems.
 


GT49er

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His father is his agent, so his commission will be limited to the max allowed by the FIFA cap.

Family members are no longer allowed payments from transfers under FIFA rules, unless they're a licensed agent. And even then the FIFA agent commission cap will dictate how much they can demand.
And FIFA have developed and rolled out a completely perfect and infallible brown envelope detector, have they?
 


JBizzle

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Apr 18, 2010
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We don't do January; we don't do PL ready players; we don't deal with dodgy agents. Looks dead cert to me.
Er... we do all of those things if the deal is right. We usually sign young players in January (Mac Allister, Buonanotte), we've signed plenty of PL-ready players (Pedro, Gilmour, Veltman etc) and we do deal with dodgy agents (Caicedo). We also have done loans (Colwill), which were perceived to be a no-no.

It's all about whether the deal is right for all parties. Never rule out anything
 




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