Seydou Keita Leaves For Money, Ronaldo Urges Neymar To Move, Tello Refuses Transfer Talk : My View On Today’s FCB News here:
Seydou Keita has revealed that he failed to reach an agreement with Barcelona over a new contract because of a tax issue. The 32-year-old completed a transfer to Chinese Super League outfit Dalian Aerbin at the weekend to bring an end to a four-and-a-half year spell in Catalunya, but he admits extending his stay at the club was well within his sights. “Right until the end, Barcelona and I tried to reach an agreement, but we didn’t succeed. That’s how it is. It was a tax problem. Yes, I will earn money in China, and this could be my last contract, but that’s not the only thing. I’m still ambitious” – Well, that’s a load of rubbish. If Keita was ambitious, he would have either stayed at Barcelona or joined Milan, Juventus or any of the other major European clubs who wanted him. He clearly left to China because of the money, no need to hide it!
Brazil legend Ronaldo feels Neymar will have to move to Europe if he wants to claim Lionel Messi’s title as the world’s best player. The Santos starlet is regarded as one of the most exciting talents in world football but there is a debate raging in his homeland over whether the striker needs to move abroad to realise his full potential – I agree with Ronaldo. In modern football, the best players play in the European leagues so it’s only natural that Neymar ends up playing here if he is as good as everyone believes him to be. Until then, we can only judge him on YouTube videos!
Cristian Tello has asserted that he has no intention of leaving Barcelona any time soon as he hopes to stay at the club for the long haul. The 20-year-old has been linked with a loan move to Atletico Madrid, but the striker is keen to stay put rather than try his luck elsewhere – Good thinking from Tello’s point of view. At his young age, learning from Messi, Iniesta or Villa will do wonders for his career. From a Barcelona perspective though, I consider offers over 8Meu so we can afford players we desperately need, such as Javi Martinez.
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