Ever Banega (1 Viewer)


Senior Member
Oct 7, 2007
South American power clubs would be @ par with the European power clubs if they had the economic wealth that they possess.Bc if they did they wouldn't have to sell all of their great players to their European counterparts and would easily beat them. I can't believe that people underrated Boca Jrs so much.
May 21, 2008
The 19-year-old former Boca Juniors midfielder was a Juventus target before he moved to Los Che earlier this year.

Juve were on the verge of signing the player before he chose to move to Valencia. He may now end up playing for the Old Lady after all, as she tries to prize him away from the Mestalla.

The Bianconeri have been keen on Liverpool’s Xabi Alonso and Roma’s Alberto Aquilani but with deals for both players up in smoke, Banega seems like a great alternative.

Banega signed for Los Che for €33m but he has failed to set the Mestalla alight, only making ten appearances for the side to date.
Juventus will be looking to lure the player to Turin as they look to strengthen their midfield. Banega is young and skilful and has the potential to be a bright spark in future.

Giovanni Cobolli Gigli has made it clear that his policy is to invest in youth and the midfielder could be their latest addition. Claudio Ranieri’s side are in the Champions League and this is sure to appeal to the youngster if Juve make a move for him

May 21, 2008
mr osman am not resposible for any BS goal.com says ,,, and i know that if we wanna buy some player with this money we can easily buy diego ,,,, and i know that is the worst BS i read for this season


Koul Khara!
Aug 30, 2002
Then you did use your brain. But still decided to waste time with this crap by making a thread out of it, doesnt make it much better.

Because you know, usually making a thread for it usually means that something warrants for one, and isnt just utter bullshit made in haste by a lazy psuedo journo who is relying on the stupidity of others to give attention to the meaningless spam he spurns out.

I mean the above article is more ridicolous then the spoof articles Andy writes up to mess with the retards. There is more effort to sell it as a serious matter in those then this above crap.
May 21, 2008
not like this but most of threads that is in the transfer talk are based on BS news and just talking abt it is not that worng ,,, may be this news is not a BS and maybe we r linking with the player ( and surly not for that amount of money ) but no one can know ,, soo am taking the risk


Koul Khara!
Aug 30, 2002
How brave of you! :tup:

There has been 7 posts and no wanking joke yet, thats a record. Because the only use this thread will have will be the others trying their best puns about this wanker ;)


Il terzo uomo
Dec 1, 2005
This from the fairly relaible Manchester Evening News:-

CITY are ready to beef up their squad with prime Argentinian talent.

The Blues are still monitoring Espanyol winger Pablo Zabaleta and may be offered the services of Valencia midfielder Ever Banega.

Mark Hughes and his coaches have long since been admirers of Zabaleta, having travelled out to watch the 23-year-old when they were at Blackburn.

Sources in Spain have been expecting a bid all summer and now that the Ronaldinho transfer is finally dead are bracing themselves for Hughes to make a move.

Zabaleta began his footballing life as a defensive midfielder but can operate anywhere along the right side, a position that the Blues have had great difficulty filling since the departure of Shaun-Wright Phillips to Chelsea. No fewer than half a dozen players were tried in the role last season.


A Spanish passport holder, Zabaleta would have no work permit problems moving to the Premier League. The former captain of the Argentina Under-20 side featured in the 2006-07 Uefa Cup final defeat to Seville. He has five senior caps.

Countryman Banega who made his name at Boca Juniors in his homeland and then through the Argentine Under-20 side, is a central midfielder.

Still only 20, he made such an impact with his passing and reading of the game that during last January's transfer window, Valencia, wishing to rebuild having been knocked out of the Champions League, weighed in with a £14m pound bid and handed him a five-and-a-half year contract.

A month later, Banega's meteoric rise continued when he won his first, and so far only, senior international cap but since the man who bought him, Ronald Koeman, left The Mestalla he has made little impact and is reportedly going to be allowed to leave either on loan or on a permanent basis this summer. Valencia are said to be short of cash.

Italian pair Lazio and Juventus could lead the charge for a player who can also perform a holding role. Juventus, who offer Champions League football, were in the running before Banega decamped to Spain and are favourites to land him but Hughes may fancy augmenting his midfielders, especially if a loan deal can be thrashed out.

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