silberkreuz wrote:Pathetic. They have upwards of €90m in the bank and they're complaining about an overheated market when direct competitors are showing them how it's done with far fewer resources.
Not to mention them stumbling about the place with absolutely no idea of how to deal with Lewandowski.
It's almost embarrassing to watch.
Borusse wrote:You sir are pathetic. We showed the Bundesliga and then Europe how its done for 3 years, where were Levekursen or Schalke then?
And we know exactly how to handle Lewandowski, you seem not to get he is not moving to Bayern and that is how we handled it. Either he goes abroad or he stays, that's pretty clear statement from Dortmund's management if you ask me.
Stop talking crap and give Dortmund time until the end of the transfer window before you make judgements.
My blood boils when I read comments like yours. "Kill it before it lays eggs"...
Borusse wrote: We dont have to sell players at all cost to stay above the water. Thats why not selling Lewandowski is a good move, because those 25 millions in the bank are not worth it if its gonna mean a much bigger risk of not achieving our sporting goals. Nice and rational enough for you?
silberkreuz wrote: Whilst he may be excellent, BvB simply can't give him the wages he'll get at Madrid
With Lewandowski, you're getting tangled up. That would be the case if he had 2 or 3 years on his contract -but he doesn't- or if the offers were for less than 10M, like was the case with Holtby (where Schalke really shouldn't have sold him). At this rate, even if they achieve their 'sporting goals' he'll leave at the end of the season, meaning that the hopes of those goals you've placed on him will vanish into thin air along with opportunity cost of the 25M.
BayernLove wrote:How do you say his name anyway?
shpati_L1 wrote:click "Listen"
exactly like that
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