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Eze 06:33 - Mar 1 with 23220 viewsHooparoo

Various outlets now claiming that Spurs and City (again) are looking at Ebs with Palace valuing him at c.7 million pounds. As an Aussie, I obviously know a bit about what Big Ange wants in a player and I’d say Eze fits the bill - quick, skilful and mobile. Defo an Ange type as far as I can see. Is it 10 or 20% we’re in for if he’s sold? Cash injection like that could make next season a bit more comfortable.

Hope he gets his big move as he’s a great example of determination and self confidence. Should get more England caps at a bigger club too.

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Eze on 15:44 - Mar 1 with 4741 viewskensalriser

This is all a bit like discussing our lottery win before the numbers are called.

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Eze on 15:44 - Mar 1 with 4742 viewsLongsufferingR

Would be slightly amusing if Reading failed to put a sell-on clause in the deal for Oliseh.
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Eze on 15:57 - Mar 1 with 4645 viewsGloucs_R

Always wondered what happens If the clubs did a player swap instead? For example if Tottenham gave Palace three of their players....

Would we see any revenue from that based on the players value?

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Eze on 16:08 - Mar 1 with 4606 viewsNorthernr

Eze on 15:57 - Mar 1 by Gloucs_R

Always wondered what happens If the clubs did a player swap instead? For example if Tottenham gave Palace three of their players....

Would we see any revenue from that based on the players value?


No we'd get fcked.

Similar situation - when we signed Luongo from Swindon, Tottenham had some Daniel Levy-special sell on fee of something ridiculous like 40%. So we bought Ben Gladwin at the same time and the deal was weighted something daft like 75:25 in Gladwin's favour, even though he was obviously the far inferior player. Swindon got to keep more of the cash and Levy got shafted so everybody wins. Until you see Gladwin play, that is.
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Eze on 16:10 - Mar 1 with 4561 viewsGaryBannister86

Eze on 16:08 - Mar 1 by Northernr

No we'd get fcked.

Similar situation - when we signed Luongo from Swindon, Tottenham had some Daniel Levy-special sell on fee of something ridiculous like 40%. So we bought Ben Gladwin at the same time and the deal was weighted something daft like 75:25 in Gladwin's favour, even though he was obviously the far inferior player. Swindon got to keep more of the cash and Levy got shafted so everybody wins. Until you see Gladwin play, that is.


Would that finally explain why we gave Sinclair to the 'ammers in return for a motley collection of donkeys?
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Eze on 16:38 - Mar 1 with 4464 viewsNorthernr

Eze on 16:10 - Mar 1 by GaryBannister86

Would that finally explain why we gave Sinclair to the 'ammers in return for a motley collection of donkeys?


No that was just fcking dumb as bricks.
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Eze on 17:21 - Mar 1 with 4326 viewsLazyFan

If Pepe buys Eze, then Grealish will be on the way out. I suspect Pep does not like how Grealish holds on the ball too much, which is true, but he can unlock defences that park the bus.

However, Eze can do the same and can pass the ball further for quicker breakaways. If Pep can flog off Grealish for £70m, take a loss and then put that into Eze for trade-up, then I think Pep would do that. Big if, though.

Spurs need Eze more, as Maddison seems to be the only playmaker; they need another to compete. They have money from Kane so, they can afford it.

£14m would be very useful for us next year if we stay in the Champ.

Must stay in Champ, must stay in Champ, must stay in Champ ...

zzzzzzzzzz

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Eze on 18:22 - Mar 1 with 4205 viewstraininvain

Eze on 17:21 - Mar 1 by LazyFan

If Pepe buys Eze, then Grealish will be on the way out. I suspect Pep does not like how Grealish holds on the ball too much, which is true, but he can unlock defences that park the bus.

However, Eze can do the same and can pass the ball further for quicker breakaways. If Pep can flog off Grealish for £70m, take a loss and then put that into Eze for trade-up, then I think Pep would do that. Big if, though.

Spurs need Eze more, as Maddison seems to be the only playmaker; they need another to compete. They have money from Kane so, they can afford it.

£14m would be very useful for us next year if we stay in the Champ.

Must stay in Champ, must stay in Champ, must stay in Champ ...


But Grealish has become a lot more risk adverse under Pep and it’s part of the way city play with a focus on retaining possession to control games and not taking needless risks.

Grealish’s days were numbered under Pep following last season’s treble winning celebrations and all the coverage of how much Grealish likes a drink.

Big difference in drinking culture between Spain and England and I doubt it would’ve endeared Grealish to Pep in this day and age when top level footballers are expected to be elite athletes.
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Eze on 19:05 - Mar 1 with 4101 viewsGroveR

Eze on 10:18 - Mar 1 by Bluce_Ree

At this point Eze's physique seems about as reliable as an Italian Greyhound. Hopefully Palace cash in soon before he becomes the next Michael Owen.


Have to say I'm surprised he's been out as much as he has as he used to get booted all over the place playing for us and still seemed to play every week for about 3 seasons.

This might be because Palace don't have Shteve riding the lad like a broke dìck dog because his job depends on it. Or they have a competent medical staff.
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Eze on 20:10 - Mar 1 with 4031 viewsLanhoop

City's error was buying Nunes from Wolves instead of Eze. Nunes looks completely out of his depth in a role that Ebs would have used to prepare for De Bruyne's inevitable exit. Hopefully they realise their error.
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Eze on 21:52 - Mar 1 with 3848 viewsBoston

Eze on 07:12 - Mar 1 by Hooparoo

Whoops. Make that 70 million English pounds. There’s more of a jingle to Guineas.


What's that in doubloons then?

I ask for the older fans.

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Eze on 06:32 - Mar 2 with 3646 viewsHooparoo

Eze on 21:52 - Mar 1 by Boston

What's that in doubloons then?

I ask for the older fans.


It’s actually a quote from the movie “Rob Roy” when the dukes of Argyle and Montrose are setting a wager on a sword fight.

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Eze on 07:13 - Mar 2 with 3614 viewssaxbend

I think I remember that when we sold him the sellon only went up to a certain capped amount, bringing the potential total to a maximum of about £20m including whatever we got up front plus something for a certain number of appearances. So as long as he is sold for enough we'll get our maximum, but we won't get any more than that.
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Eze on 14:40 - Mar 2 with 3395 viewsnumptydumpty

Eze on 07:28 - Mar 1 by London_Pride

To maximise the sell on amount, we want him selected to start for England first and then sold to Spurs / Man City a week later.


He has perhaps triggered the "playing for England" bonus already.

Ie did come on for England in a full international friendly also anyhow

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Eze on 14:44 - Mar 2 with 3381 viewsterryb

Eze on 14:40 - Mar 2 by numptydumpty

He has perhaps triggered the "playing for England" bonus already.

Ie did come on for England in a full international friendly also anyhow


Not according to some reports!

They stated that a payment is due if he starts a game for England.
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Eze on 15:04 - Mar 2 with 3323 viewsBrianMcCarthy

As far as has been reported, it is 20% of his next transfer fee, with no cap, and there is still a bonues of he starts an England game.

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Eze on 15:30 - Mar 2 with 3268 viewsMatch82

Eze on 17:21 - Mar 1 by LazyFan

If Pepe buys Eze, then Grealish will be on the way out. I suspect Pep does not like how Grealish holds on the ball too much, which is true, but he can unlock defences that park the bus.

However, Eze can do the same and can pass the ball further for quicker breakaways. If Pep can flog off Grealish for £70m, take a loss and then put that into Eze for trade-up, then I think Pep would do that. Big if, though.

Spurs need Eze more, as Maddison seems to be the only playmaker; they need another to compete. They have money from Kane so, they can afford it.

£14m would be very useful for us next year if we stay in the Champ.

Must stay in Champ, must stay in Champ, must stay in Champ ...


Worst case scenario for us is some kind of player swap with Grealish, although you'd assume palace couldn't get close to his wages
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Eze on 16:19 - Mar 2 with 3209 viewstraininvain

Eze’s just scored a free kick vs spurs that’ll do no harm to his chances of a big money move.
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Eze on 17:20 - Mar 2 with 3080 viewsTGRRRSSS

Although Palace Los, Eze scored.

I don't see a swap with Grealish, I don't see him wanting a move to London really

Alo no way will CP ,atch his earnings
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Eze on 04:04 - Mar 6 with 2622 viewsvanrrrr

Report in The Guardian that Dougie Freedman moving from Palace to Man U as head of recruitment - maybe he takes Eze with him for big bucks!

you'd fancy the Ineos folks to spend big this summer
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Eze on 07:19 - Mar 6 with 2326 viewsdm97

Eze on 15:57 - Mar 1 by Gloucs_R

Always wondered what happens If the clubs did a player swap instead? For example if Tottenham gave Palace three of their players....

Would we see any revenue from that based on the players value?


Would be catastrophic. Luckily it’s very rare that you actually see swap deals in modern game with P&S/FFP rules. Plus I’m not sure Spurs have any squad players in the back of the store who would be acceptable swaps for our Ebs
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Eze on 07:51 - Mar 6 with 2202 viewsPlanetHonneywood

I suspect if it couldn't be agreed, then it would find its way to some legal forum/football tribunal. Whereupon, we'd seek sight of how much Palace and the other club involved, had insured their respective players for, as an indicator of the value of Eze, and claim 20% of that.

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Eze on 07:55 - Mar 6 with 2163 viewsstevec

Eze on 16:08 - Mar 1 by Northernr

No we'd get fcked.

Similar situation - when we signed Luongo from Swindon, Tottenham had some Daniel Levy-special sell on fee of something ridiculous like 40%. So we bought Ben Gladwin at the same time and the deal was weighted something daft like 75:25 in Gladwin's favour, even though he was obviously the far inferior player. Swindon got to keep more of the cash and Levy got shafted so everybody wins. Until you see Gladwin play, that is.


.. And it’s Tottenham who want to sign Eze? Gulp!
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Eze on 08:10 - Mar 6 with 2107 viewsPlanetHonneywood

Eze on 07:55 - Mar 6 by stevec

.. And it’s Tottenham who want to sign Eze? Gulp!


Well that's added a frisson of concern!

If it came to it, a bidding war between several clubs resulting in a meteoric rise in price, would bring some relief and counter Levy's eventual £85.12p valuation.

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Eze on 09:13 - Mar 6 with 1863 viewsbosh67

Eze on 17:21 - Mar 1 by LazyFan

If Pepe buys Eze, then Grealish will be on the way out. I suspect Pep does not like how Grealish holds on the ball too much, which is true, but he can unlock defences that park the bus.

However, Eze can do the same and can pass the ball further for quicker breakaways. If Pep can flog off Grealish for £70m, take a loss and then put that into Eze for trade-up, then I think Pep would do that. Big if, though.

Spurs need Eze more, as Maddison seems to be the only playmaker; they need another to compete. They have money from Kane so, they can afford it.

£14m would be very useful for us next year if we stay in the Champ.

Must stay in Champ, must stay in Champ, must stay in Champ ...


It would be just like us if Eze goes to City for £50m and Grealish goes the other way for £70m and we pick up the shortfall on our percentage and end up owing Palace money back.

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