Thiago – PSG almost a done deal!

Monday 2012-06-11

According to Skysports, Thiago is on his way of signing with the French giants. Reports claim that Thiago is signing a 4-year contract worth 9.5 million euros, and his price will be close to 50 million euros.

Yesterday’s subject all over Italy was if Thiago’s departure was good for the club, and all experts made their analyses about the departure, both from an economic perspective and from the players’ perspective.


Tuesday 2012-06-12

Thiago Silva’s agent confirms Milan talks and Galliani was spotted in France this morning, here are some of his agent’s, Paulo Fernando Tonietto, statements to Tuttomercatoweb:

“There are negotiations between Milan and Paris Saint-Germain, but I do not know if the Rossoneri will sell him.”

“It is true that the biggest clubs in Europe have contacted Milan regarding Thiago. We are talking about one of the most important players of their squad.”

“I can only say that if Milan decides to sell Thiago, it would be the highlight of his career.”

 

Analysis:

From on economic point of view everyone agrees on one thing, the Pato-story. If Milan would have gone through with the Pato-deal we wouldn’t be in today’s ‘Thiago scenario’.

What does the player want? The latest interview from the Brazilian, shows that Thiago truly wants a Milan stay and he is all about how big he wants to become within the club and that he is waiting to be the team’s captain. Is this true? Is he really a future Milan icon? Or is he just doing like everyone else, saying that they will stay and then leave the very day after? You never know!

Football isn’t solely about passion anymore, money plays an increasing role in the decision making of players. A player can seriously not say that the French League 1 is better than the Serie A, but as we all know it the Brazilians have a weakness for money, so we’ll just have to wait and see…

 

To be continued…… 



Sam 

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