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How High Should We Go?

Our reported intention to sign the Borussia Dortmund midfielder, Shinji Kagawa, has been well documented by various news sources.

The Japanese midfielder has had an exceptional season with Dortmund as the Bundesliga side stock-piled major honours.

However, it seems that 12.8 million isn`t enough to tempt Dortmund into selling, which makes you ponder, just how high will we need to go?



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 26 2012

Time: 12:51PM

Your Comments

15-20 mil should do it, either that or wait until his contract has ran out next season but risk losing him to other clubs. Personally prefer him over Hazard and would sooner see him sign than Hazard.
TheFamousNo7
Do you believe Kagawa is a better footballer than Hazard TF7? or is it a case of attitude and/or price?
Bluedub
No I firmly believe Hazard is the better footballer bluedub, perhaps less willing to get stuck in defensively than Kagawa though, which raises an instant concern for me. For me, like you said, it's more to do with both players attitudes and the price your paying both in wages and fee for them. Not too mention I reckon Hazard would only kick around for a few years before heading off to Spain. If it was a case of one or the other, I'll definitely go for Kagawa.
TheFamousNo7
 

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