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    Quote Originally Posted by FinBarcelonafan View Post
    Tell us better option?
    If Maxi is worth 50 Jovic is worth 100 and AG 120.

    Jovic and AG are by far better, and realistic, options.

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    he is good as subsitute nothing more, dont has the ability to play as the main striker for barcelona

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    If we are really looking for a substitute 9 with La Liga experience, Ben Yedder (40M clause) would cost the same as Maxi Gomez and is like ten times better player in everything except head goals.

    Maxi is just a no, his clause is 50M and Celta isn't going to accept less than 40M, technically he's below average and his speed is laughable, plus his link up play sucks. He's just another traditional non-mobile 9 and what Latino-Hispanic fans would call a "Tronco" aka a tree trunk.
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    The more I think about Maxi Gomez the more I am in favour of signing him- which is an almost 180degree turn from my previous opinion. He brings a lot of the characteristics that we have been lacking for a 9 backup for years.

    Good in the air, strong hold up play and scores a fair share of goals. On the plus side is his age so there is still some improvement to come. Everything that KPB, or rather that role, should be.

    He is not going to be competition to Suarez (or whoever is the starting striker) or to put pressure on him, but what he will is give a solution in games that are tight and fill in when the main striker is rested or injured (this is something Valverde must establish and adapt early in the season).

    So if he was our only striker signing and designed to give Suarez "competition then it would be a huge mistake.

    But look at what happened in both CL Semi finals. Liverpool knocked us out with a great performance from their plan B Origi and Spurs reached the final with Harry Kane missing for months and Llorente filling in the void. For the particular Ajax return leg semi, Llorente's hold up play was a tie-breaker. We lack that plan B option and that quality to be able to miss our striker for a period.

    Paco has proven to be a strong striker at Dortmund but he is not exactly the profile to bring on and change games for us. He is not going to bully defenders or bring an aerial threat which Maxi would. The same goes for Ben Yeddar, who is more of what we have had over the years, but not the guy to give us an alternative option against a wall of defence.
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    If it were up to me, I'd sell Suarez and bring in Maxi and Griezmann and make Maxi a back up to Griezmann.
    Suarez is already on huge wages and with us bringing new players, our wage structure will be too high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abbbs97 View Post
    If it were up to me, I'd sell Suarez and bring in Maxi and Griezmann and make Maxi a back up to Griezmann.
    Suarez is already on huge wages and with us bringing new players, our wage structure will be too high.
    Suarez is to set in his ways in Barcelona, spoiled to the point that one wonders if he'll ever leave voluntarily; his best pal, Leo, is his neighbor. He enjoys the trust of the coach who has the backing of the board for another season.

    Suarez is definitely staying and will probably play the majority of our games next season as our #9.

    There has been no rumours whatsoever linking him to a move away from us. Where would he go? His wifes family is from Barcelona and he has his whole family setup stationed in the city. He could go to China or maybe Japan to join up with Iniesta? Probably just as realistic is a move to the MLS, but we would be seeing close to zero green for such a move.

    I agree that selling Suarez while getting AG + a proper #9 would be the best solution, but it is not realistic in any sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saladin View Post
    Suarez is to set in his ways in Barcelona, spoiled to the point that one wonders if he'll ever leave voluntarily; his best pal, Leo, is his neighbor. He enjoys the trust of the coach who has the backing of the board for another season.

    Suarez is definitely staying and will probably play the majority of our games next season as our #9.

    There has been no rumours whatsoever linking him to a move away from us. Where would he go? His wifes family is from Barcelona and he has his whole family setup stationed in the city. He could go to China or maybe Japan to join up with Iniesta? Probably just as realistic is a move to the MLS, but we would be seeing close to zero green for such a move.

    I agree that selling Suarez while getting AG + a proper #9 would be the best solution, but it is not realistic in any sense.
    Yep unfortunately I dont see us selling him anytime soon. which is a huge mistake. sell him now while his value is still high. I'm sure Ajax would love him to come back. but like you said, it wont happen.

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    Very close to Valencia.
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    Fit much better at Valencia with the type of football Marcelino plays