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Might as well start it. Only three years to go.


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The MLS.. where once great players go to die



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Dude is the best in the world. No way he comes here in a World Cup year. 



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The MLS.. where once great players go to die

England was just the same about 20 yrs ago.


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Never going to get him. If he comes to NY, i can't see RB outbidding Man City.



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Ibra instead please.



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If he comes here it won' t only be because of the money MLS spends for him (which they will break bank), but the endorsement deals here in the U.S would just be ridiculous.

 

Rather bring the Zlatan !!!!



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Beckham gives up the Miami bid, throws his money behind this team, convinces Ronaldo to invest as well, brings Ronaldo over in 3 years and plays for us, and then retires as a part owner of the club. BOOM!  :)+


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Never going to get him. If he comes to NY, i can't see RB outbidding Man City.

But in three years Red Bull would have sold to a Jason Ader-led team of local investors.

 

R-right?



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Ronaldo would sell so much soda.



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He's really taking the Messi rivalry seriously. What you can do, I can do better!

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Can't imagine that the tax situation would be better in France. Would ManU be willing to pay the transfer fee & CR7's hefty salary for the next 4 seasons?

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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Can't imagine that the tax situation would be better in France. Would ManU be willing to pay the transfer fee & CR7's hefty salary for the next 4 seasons?

More importantly, would Red Bull??

 

(no)



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Can't imagine that the tax situation would be better in France. Would ManU be willing to pay the transfer fee & CR7's hefty salary for the next 4 seasons?

Yes.... yes they would. In a fucking heartbeat they would. Because even if they pay 500 million Euros and pry him away from RM (taking into consideration the scenario he completely wants out of Spain, he won't dress for RM again, RM isn't going to get a billion Euros for trigger the release clause, and this entire situation forces RM to take a steep cut in what the contractual release is) and pay him the 400K Euros a week he's making now they will make it up completely in shirt sales and corporate sponsorship. It wouldn't even put them in danger of breaking FFP rules.

 

Just as an edit, it would be one of the few clubs he'd actually go to. They did right by him by keeping their promise he'd be sold to RM at some point because playing for them was his dream and he still has an extremely tight relationship with Sir Alex (I know he's not the manager anymore but the point being is that he's still around the club).


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