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Diego Godin - Inter to Sign Defender?


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Even though it's a €20m buy-out clause, you do actually have convince the player to want to leave and join the buying club! xD

I'd be very surprised if Godín uprooted his family and left the club where he is God for anything as trivial as wanting to prove to the fanboys that he can perform in another league.

Godín has spent most of his professional career in Spain.

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20 minutes ago, RandoEFC said:

United enquiring about Godin now.

5 hours 42 minutes left.

I doubt it. Think that's the kind of bs story that you put out because everyone believes the worst about united. 

Either that or woodward is deliberately trollin Jose...

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9 minutes ago, Spike said:

Worked out pretty nicely with a few players. Milito, for instance.

It's fine for trying to get some sort term success, as that Inter team was set up for. But if they are trying to build a team to challenge for years to come, it's a very short sighted policy.

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1 hour ago, ScoRoss said:

It's fine for trying to get some sort term success, as that Inter team was set up for. But if they are trying to build a team to challenge for years to come, it's a very short sighted policy.

It depends... CBs tend to be better with experience and Inter did get a lot of mileage out of Cordoba, Miranda, Zanetti, Samuel, etc If he played well for four years is that a success?

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8 hours ago, Spike said:

It depends... CBs tend to be better with experience and Inter did get a lot of mileage out of Cordoba, Miranda, Zanetti, Samuel, etc If he played well for four years is that a success?

Of course it's a success. But it's still short term, as he said.

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9 hours ago, Spike said:

It depends... CBs tend to be better with experience and Inter did get a lot of mileage out of Cordoba, Miranda, Zanetti, Samuel, etc If he played well for four years is that a success?

When it comes at the expense of young players being sold by the club because they were desperate for short term success, I'd say it isn't. 

After 2010, Inter desperately held onto the same team and let them grow old together. All that for one more Coppa Italia and mediocrity.

Even this last summer seen them give up Nicolò Zaniolo for a 30 year old Radja Nainggolan. All for some short term success. And then in a few years time, or in January, they'll be searching for a player to take his spot.

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