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Thread: Stuart Armstrong

  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by RogerTheAlien View Post
    Southampton and Celtic agree fee for Amo according to Kenny Macintyre BBC on twitter.
    £7million apparently.

  2. #22
    Depending who's information you take, we could be in for a season changing amount on the back of this.

  3. #23
    That would be FAF. Celtic's their feeder team😂

  4. #24
    Could be a very very tidy windfall

  5. #25
    1.4m to us? That right?

  6. #26
    Would it not be a % of £5.25m if they get £7m?

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    Halfies to reduce trading losses half to get Ciftci

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    Quote Originally Posted by stokearab View Post
    Halfies to reduce trading losses half to get Ciftci
    Thought he was on Turkey now?

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    No more ciftci posts please let it go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chick A Saw View Post
    Thought he was on Turkey now?
    Holidays

  11. #31
    One media reporting 6 million fee and 1 million add ons. We get 700K from 10%.

  12. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by ahlltanyirhide View Post
    Reportedly so in the press anyway, and canít see any club down south paying more than £4m, if itís in this ballpark then United would probably get about £250k at the most I would think?
    £4M,are you FN kidding me?.

  13. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by RogerTheAlien View Post
    One media reporting 6 million fee and 1 million add ons. We get 700K from 10%.


    The percentage we get is more than that, something to do with allowing it to happen in January (still the wrong decision), either 15-20%

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    I recall being told the exact % but cant remember and think its only on profit so minus what we sold for him. I also believe that those who provided soft loans have first dibs. I can see ST taking a chunk as part of going.

    15% rings a bell - best thing is Tims fans views on him leaving - they just dont get it do they!

  16. #36
    Quote Originally Posted by RogerTheAlien View Post
    One media reporting 6 million fee and 1 million add ons. We get 700K from 10%.
    Itís a percentage of the profit, so you have to take off what United got in the original deal first
    Then divi it up

  17. #37
    % of £5.25m. 10Ė15% is the normal agreement.

    Iíve heard 10 & 15, even 18. But who knows, itís guessung at this stage

  18. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by PartyFears2 View Post
    But who knows, it’s guessung at this stage
    Why don't you ask petermackie? He knows all the facts.

  19. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by JamesMcClean View Post
    Why don't you ask petermackie? He knows all the facts.
    If he's busy, any other Fun fan should be able to help. They ken aaaathing about Utds finances.

    A lot of them taking a mighty interest in Armstrongs transfer though. 👀

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    So basically we're getting 10% of 5.25 million, which after tax, ST's cut, other soft loan paybacks etc will leave about 17p 😕

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