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2 minutes ago, ForeverAndEver said:

Embarrassing that btw

On pretty much every level. Them being allowed to do it. Them doing it. Them signing him, for Barca, and at that price!  All a bit desperate.

He'll probably go on score shit loads now!

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That's up there that. In the middle of a relegation battle, to have one of your top players taken away and not allowed to sign a replacement, because one of the big dogs have lost a player due to injury? 

I've only ever heard of an emergency signing for a goal keeper, but they can do it with an attacking player despite having Messi and Griezmann fit?

Baffling.

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6 minutes ago, aird said:

Surely Spurs could do that then? 😂

Think it's only in La Liga this may happen, certainly not the EPL anyway. And they could only get him because they met his buy out clause. Shite on Leganes.

 

Barcelona have completed the controversial emergency signing of Danish striker Martin Braithwaite from Leganes for 18m euros (£15m).

La Liga gave Barcelona permission to make a signing outside the transfer window after Ousmane Dembele was ruled out for six months with an injury.

La Liga rules allow clubs to apply to make new signings if a player is ruled out for more than five months.

Braithwaite's contract will run until the end of June 2024.

His deal also includes a buy-out clause of 300m euros (£251m).

The rules allowing Barcelona to sign the 28-year-old stipulated the player they brought in must be a free agent or already playing in Spain and that they can not play in Uefa competition.

Braithwaite signed a four-year-deal at Leganes in July following a spell on loan from Championship side Middlesbrough last season.

He scored eight goals in 27 games since joining them permanently and has six of Leganes' 18 league goals so far this season.

Leganes are in the relegation zone of La Liga and have lost the forward, capped 39 times by Denmark, after Barcelona met his buy-out clause.

"We will raise our voice," said Leganes director general Martin Ortega. "We are in a situation of enormous and serious damage.

"We cannot understand the current regulation that a club, having a long-term injury, can perform this operation unilaterally and transfer their problem to our club.

"We consider that there is a regulation that is unfair, from which Barcelona has benefited. The one who is damaged by this is Leganes."

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15 hours ago, Goianegra said:

That's up there that. In the middle of a relegation battle, to have one of your top players taken away and not allowed to sign a replacement, because one of the big dogs have lost a player due to injury? 

I've only ever heard of an emergency signing for a goal keeper, but they can do it with an attacking player despite having Messi and Griezmann fit?

Baffling.

The rule is horrific, but the clubs in Spain voted for it.

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1 hour ago, G.E.C. said:

Saul Niguez is announcing his next club in 2-3 days.

Didn’t realise he was out of contract? 

Maybe a controversial opinion but I think Atletico is his level. I can’t see him kicking on performance wise at a better club.

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18 hours ago, McEwan's Lager said:

Didn’t realise he was out of contract? 

Maybe a controversial opinion but I think Atletico is his level. I can’t see him kicking on performance wise at a better club.

He signed a 9 year contract in 2017, no idea if he’s bought out his contract or something. Not heard any fees mentioned.

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17 minutes ago, G.E.C. said:

He signed a 9 year contract in 2017, no idea if he’s bought out his contract or something. Not heard any fees mentioned.

Apparently he’s announcing his new esports club, but has been following Man Utd legends on twitter as a wind up. 
 

Modern day footballers are such cunts

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47 minutes ago, plymouthranger said:

Apparently he’s announcing his new esports club, but has been following Man Utd legends on twitter as a wind up. 
 

Modern day footballers are such cunts

If this is true I hope he gets raped in front of his family by that fat black guy wae the big knob 

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