Nicolò Rovella (2 Viewers)

Karim30

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May 6, 2012
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definitive acquisition of the registration rights of the player Nicolò Rovella for a consideration of € 18 million payable in three financial years; this consideration might be increased up to a maximum of € 20 million upon achievement of further performance objectives over the duration of the employment contract with the player. The contract also envisages the temporary disposal to Genoa of the registration rights of the player until 30 June 2022. Juventus and the player have signed a 4-year contract of employment until 30 June 2024

Seems like it was the plan all along, but also dependent on our midfield situation. Maybe he would have arrived if the Locatelli deal was not done.
Never understood how we signed him to such a short contract. We basically need to extend and give him a raise next summer.
 

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Karim30

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Four years seems like the standard contract. I’ve never even see a contract longer than 5 years.
When you plan on loaning the player out it should be 5 years minimum, it also happens a lot to put an option to extend one year, but as things stand we must either renew Rovella’s contract or sell him next summer and that’s before seeing him in our shirt.
 

pavluska

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Apr 25, 2013
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No one mentioning Bentancur anymore for leaving, interesting.


Filippo Ranocchia has made his international debut with the U21 side, playing the last 6 mins in a 2-1 victory over Bosnia. Rovella played 45 mins. Tonali provided the 2 assists today.

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Any of you happen to watch the U21 game? How was Rovella in comparison to Tonali?
 

cimenk

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No one mentioning Bentancur anymore for leaving, interesting.


Filippo Ranocchia has made his international debut with the U21 side, playing the last 6 mins in a 2-1 victory over Bosnia. Rovella played 45 mins. Tonali provided the 2 assists today.

[@khaledalnouss1]


Any of you happen to watch the U21 game? How was Rovella in comparison to Tonali?
What an improvement for Tonali this season. Knowing Milan negotiated his buy option for 6.9m Euro is a missing opportunity for us. He will also be perfect addition for us as a set piece specialist.
His corner has been very dangerous this season. While our corner kick sometimes too flat with Berna or Chiesa take it
 

Karim30

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May 6, 2012
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No one mentioning Bentancur anymore for leaving, interesting.


Filippo Ranocchia has made his international debut with the U21 side, playing the last 6 mins in a 2-1 victory over Bosnia. Rovella played 45 mins. Tonali provided the 2 assists today.

[@khaledalnouss1]


Any of you happen to watch the U21 game? How was Rovella in comparison to Tonali?
It’s all about priorities and amortization costs and salaries. Bentancur should be a bench player especially with a capable coach, and we can afford keeping him as such.

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Tonali is a missed opportunity and I’ve been crying this since last summer. We invested in Mckennie instead.
 

pavluska

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Apr 25, 2013
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What an improvement for Tonali this season. Knowing Milan negotiated his buy option for 6.9m Euro is a missing opportunity for us. He will also be perfect addition for us as a set piece specialist.
His corner has been very dangerous this season. While our corner kick sometimes too flat with Berna or Chiesa take it
Didn't know that. He wasn't that good last season but crazy good deal.
 

Karim30

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The Rossoneri already paid €10m to loan the 21-year-old last season and they had an option to buy him out for €15m plus €10m bonuses. However, they managed to successfully renegotiate the terms of the deal and lowered the €15m + €10m to €7m + €3m + Primavera’s Giacomo Olzer.
 

pavluska

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Apr 25, 2013
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The Rossoneri already paid €10m to loan the 21-year-old last season and they had an option to buy him out for €15m plus €10m bonuses. However, they managed to successfully renegotiate the terms of the deal and lowered the €15m + €10m to €7m + €3m + Primavera’s Giacomo Olzer.
This is like a Moggi deal. They done Cellino dirty.
 

LiquidPLP

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Jun 9, 2012
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I think that had more to do with what :euroconte:wanted rather than Marotta opting for Vidal over Tonali.
That's very possible but Marotta is a classic Italian GM, he can and he makes his own decisions, it's not only down to the coach's preference. This is not EPL.

Same goes for Juve's GM and coaches - at top clubs one needs to win, so it's obvious they're looking for more proven players, as long as the budget allows to do so.

I just don't like the fact we're blaming our club for not taking a young player that inda literally had in their hands and decided to back off. The guy who is at the helm there gets praised for something that our guy is criticized. Do you see where I'm going?
 

il brutto

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That's very possible but Marotta is a classic Italian GM, he can and he makes his own decisions, it's not only down to the coach's preference. This is not EPL.

Same goes for Juve's GM and coaches - at top clubs one needs to win, so it's obvious they're looking for more proven players, as long as the budget allows to do so.

I just don't like the fact we're blaming our club for not taking a young player that inda literally had in their hands and decided to back off. The guy who is at the helm there gets praised for something that our guy is criticized. Do you see where I'm going?
I don't think there are any managers in the EPL who have as much control over their teams transfer dealings as Conte had at Inda. Conte clearly had a massive say in any incomings and outgoings. Marotta was pretty much "free" to make his own decisions as long as Antonio was okay with them.
 
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s4tch

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I don't think there are any managers in the EPL who have as much control over their teams transfer dealings as Conte had at Inda. Conte clearly had a massive say in any incomings and outgoings. Marotta was pretty much "free" to make his own decisions as long as Antonio was okay with them.
so conte must have loved the eriksen signing from day 1 since he surely asked for it...?
 

il brutto

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so conte must have loved the eriksen signing from day 1 since he surely asked for it...?
Of course there are some exceptions like Eriksen and Conte made sure he didn't hide his unhappiness with that signing. However after Conte's first season they had a crisis at Inda during the summer and Conte was ready to walk away. Zhang intervened and they basically signed only experienced players Conte wanted and dropped targets like Tonali because of that. I though everyone was aware of the massive powers Conte had at Inda especially during his second season. Then the moment it was clear Inda wasn't going to have a transfer window to Antonio's liking he was out of there.
 
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Gigiventus

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Mar 3, 2017
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No one mentioning Bentancur anymore for leaving, interesting.


Filippo Ranocchia has made his international debut with the U21 side, playing the last 6 mins in a 2-1 victory over Bosnia. Rovella played 45 mins. Tonali provided the 2 assists today.

[@khaledalnouss1]


Any of you happen to watch the U21 game? How was Rovella in comparison to Tonali?
Tonali was the clear best player in the field. Showed quality and leadership, besides his two assists for the goals.

Rovella came in the second half and was good, played in a more advanced role than usual. But it was Tonali's show.

The team in general was very dominant and only got complacent later on and conceded a great goal. Tonali, Ricci, Esposito, Viganto, Colombo really dominated.
 

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