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    Sardar Azmoun @ Zenit St. Petersburg 2021/22

    Since he is still at Zenit as we are talking, let’s continue here. As much as I hate to make this thread and preferred another team in a top 3 league, there is still no team that made a concrete offer for our best player so let’s continue here. First league game in 6 days against Khimki.

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    Since the transfer market of the major leagues does not close until 31.08.2021, there is still enough time. As soon as the first big club announces a transfer, it will really start. Sardar has to score regularly in the next few games and then I am very confident that he will move to a good club. He better score in every game because that should be his goal. As much as I would like him to go to a top team, I think he should go to a team with an offensive philosophy and not to teams that are very defensive like Atletico Madrid

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    Zenit has too much money and won’t sell him. They will let him go for free if they don’t extend him. They cannot replace him, so wait till next year when he is a free agent.

    Don’t get your hopes up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AM_89 View Post
    Zenit has too much money and won’t sell him. They will let him go for free if they don’t extend him. They cannot replace him, so wait till next year when he is a free agent.

    Don’t get your hopes up.
    Agreed. There was a member who very logically and smartly laid this fact out with all the explanations last week in the 2020-21 thread.

    That said, hopefully there is a major team out there who wants Sardar badly enough for the upcoming year to force Zenit to sell. At some point the numbers of Zenit making another CL and performing well by their standards will have to be compensated by this other team, who should look at their own financial upside of bringing Sardar in.

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    It's ridiculous that Milan rates that french frog Giroud over Azmoun, who by all means is at least ten times the player that Giroud is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sepehr9 View Post
    It's ridiculous that Milan rates that french frog Giroud over Azmoun, who by all means is at least ten times the player that Giroud is.
    No. They paid Giroud only 2 mil. Sardar with his transfer fee and salary is literally 10 times that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AM_89 View Post
    No. They paid Giroud only 2 mil. Sardar with his transfer fee and salary is literally 10 times that.
    Well that is indeed how the transfermarket works, Milan would have to pay ten times more for Sardar but they also get a player that is at least 10 times better and 9 years younger. Meanwhile Milan gets.an old washed up player while Iranians complain why Azmoun is still playing for Zenit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sepehr9 View Post
    Well that is indeed how the transfermarket works, Milan would have to pay ten times more for Sardar but they also get a player that is at least 10 times better and 9 years younger. Meanwhile Milan gets.an old washed up player while Iranians complain why Azmoun is still playing for Zenit.
    Here's an analogy - you don't buy a Bentley when all you can afford is a BMW.

    Plus, seems a real possibility Sardar is going to be a free agent and no need for transfer fee next year. They can literally save 20 million next year by waiting one more year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AM_89 View Post
    Here's an analogy maybe you can understand - you don't buy a Bentley when all you can afford is a BMW.
    Plus, seems a real possibility Sardar is going to be a free agent and no need for transfer fee next year. They can literally save 20 million next year by waiting one more year.
    If Milan was really interested in Azmoun they could easily afford him. Reality is that they wrongly rate Giroud higher.

    Regarding your second part, that is not how the transfermarket works, first of all Milan cannot know if Azmoun will extend with Zenit or not because they cannot look into the future and even if he does not extend they do not know if he would choose Milan ahead of other clubs that might want him. No professional club that is interested in a player will say well his contract will end in a year and we will cross our fingers and hope he'll choose us because we have really nice shirts or history etc, they make offers based on the present situation. Who do we want and what can we offer. Azmoun is by no means an expensive player, especially if you consider the quality that he brings.

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    Giroud is far from washed up, Hes proven in the big leagues and not as much of a risk as Sardar

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