Ionuț Andrei Radu

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Why remove buy back clauses? They're like release clauses.

But they are favouring big teams as in we get to sell a player and limit the potential upside the buyer has when it comes to selling the player for a higher price.

So while the small team also profits and gets a good player for less then they would have to buy in a straight buy it still is heavily favored for the big team i mean if it goes great and the player develops they win if the player completely flops they also win it s only when the player stays mediocre when the big team does not get the better of the deal.

I honestly think it s worse than co ownership deals for small teams. At least in co ownership the small teams can go to a blind auction and get good money, with a buy back there is no way the small team can profit as much if the player develops better than expected.
 

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IIRC they only banned 50% ownerships as it was a clusterfuck with them. Buy back clauses aren't banned as far as i know.

as for Radu, i'm all in having him bought and sold again, with higher buyout clause. He is simply not ready for us, still makes retarded moves and poor decisions, even tho the talent is there. Needs couple more years at a club like Genoa. Or as someone said above, we can do a Frey.

They are thinking about banning the buyback clauses, they haven't banned them yet.

As for the the clause rule itself, obviously it benefits small teams but specially the young players. If buybacks are banned right from this moment and let's say we had buyback for Radu only to this summer, we would buy him back and he would be a 2nd goalie for us. Who is benefiting from that? At least Radu is taking a big hit in that one. Small club too who would be able to have him next season (whoever that is).

Big clubs would keep these talents more than let them go. They would let them go only for cases when they see the player is so far from ready so that it's not easy to see the real potential and the odds for potential to get realized. Then the price would be small and small clubs could afford the price. Then some random cases the player might hit it at small club and become a great player and the small club have hit a jackpot in that case. But those cases would be far too rare.

In current situation, they can't hit a jackpot so easily but they can get more ready players and if these more ready players grow to become real good, they can make some profit out of them. Without buybacks, the small clubs don't even get to the situation to get these more ready players.
 

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They are thinking about banning the buyback clauses, they haven't banned them yet.

As for the the clause rule itself, obviously it benefits small teams but specially the young players. If buybacks are banned right from this moment and let's say we had buyback for Radu only to this summer, we would buy him back and he would be a 2nd goalie for us. Who is benefiting from that? At least Radu is taking a big hit in that one. Small club too who would be able to have him next season (whoever that is).

Big clubs would keep these talents more than let them go. They would let them go only for cases when they see the player is so far from ready so that it's not easy to see the real potential and the odds for potential to get realized. Then the price would be small and small clubs could afford the price. Then some random cases the player might hit it at small club and become a great player and the small club have hit a jackpot in that case. But those cases would be far too rare.

In current situation, they can't hit a jackpot so easily but they can get more ready players and if these more ready players grow to become real good, they can make some profit out of them. Without buybacks, the small clubs don't even get to the situation to get these more ready players.

Thats questionable though as i see it with a buy back clause the big teams just shift all the risk to the small team. I mean who profits if the player develops better than expected? The big team as they will most likely get a player cheaper than they would on the open market. Now if you revers the situation and the player goes bust plays badly and does not live up to potential again the small team carries all the risk as they will now be stuck with an expensive player on their books for whom they most likely overpaid.
Now while it would not change immediately but i think players and big club would realised that their wasting time and money if they just keep guys on the bench with not playing them till they re "old"

Dont get me wrong i get your point that a lot of players would just eat bench all the time with no such arrangements but i also understand Uefa that it is a disadvantage for small clubs as this way they can only keep underperforming players and they wont be able to get fair value for players that outperform expectations.
Also the argument could be made that big clubs just buy as many talents as they can if they can just sell them on with buyback clauses which obviously increases the market prices for these young players no matter how talented they are. So small clubs might not even be capable to pick up a young talent that would fit their status cause a big club is ready to role the dice on him. and since their limit of loss will be limited why not?
 

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Yeah you have a good points.
 

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But they are favouring big teams as in we get to sell a player and limit the potential upside the buyer has when it comes to selling the player for a higher price.

So while the small team also profits and gets a good player for less then they would have to buy in a straight buy it still is heavily favored for the big team i mean if it goes great and the player develops they win if the player completely flops they also win it s only when the player stays mediocre when the big team does not get the better of the deal.

I honestly think it s worse than co ownership deals for small teams. At least in co ownership the small teams can go to a blind auction and get good money, with a buy back there is no way the small team can profit as much if the player develops better than expected.

Well this will only hike up prices for smaller teams.
 

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They should just abolish it. But wait till we're done with this FFP and SA madness.
 

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Radu said he would like to stay 1 more year at Genoa to continue his development.

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The future of Ionut Radu, who performed very well last season with Genoa, could be tied to the possible transfer of Alessio Cragno to Roma.

According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, if contacts between Inter and Cagliari for Nicolo Barella should lead to something more concrete, the Romanian goalkeeper could also be included in this negotiation to replace Cragno as Cagliari’s starter in goal next season.

In this Inter-Cagliari-Roma triangulation, Genoa must now play the part of spectator as they are also waiting to resolve coaching question for next season.
 

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Radu said he would like to stay 1 more year at Genoa to continue his development.

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The future of Ionut Radu, who performed very well last season with Genoa, could be tied to the possible transfer of Alessio Cragno to Roma.

According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, if contacts between Inter and Cagliari for Nicolo Barella should lead to something more concrete, the Romanian goalkeeper could also be included in this negotiation to replace Cragno as Cagliari’s starter in goal next season.

In this Inter-Cagliari-Roma triangulation, Genoa must now play the part of spectator as they are also waiting to resolve coaching question for next season.

I hope we keep him - Handanovic is getting on in years. I don't see that many young goalies we could bring in instead of Radu.

Plus - all this so that we can get Barella? If you are 5 ft tall you'd better have skills comparable to Maradona, otherwise I'm not interested.
 

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Radu ready for Genoa stay

Former Inter goalkeeper Ionut Radu says he is ready to spend another season at Genoa as ‘it’ll do me good’.

Inter have a right to repurchase Radu, who joined Genoa last summer on loan with an obligation to buy, but he hinted the Nerazzurri would let him stay at Marassi.

“I’m happy at Genoa,” the 22-year-old told Gazzetta dello Sport.

“I think another year in Rossoblu will do me good because I have the chance to work with a [goalkeeping] coach as good as Alessio Scarpi, who has helped me grow in every sense.

“Italy has the best goalkeeping school in the world. I absolutely had an unforgettable season.

“I never imagined I’d come in after just four games and play 33 times. Genoa gave me this chance. I’ve always dreamt of playing in Serie A.”

The Romanian was then asked about his role model, a fellow shot-stopper he rated and Roberto Mancini, who gave him his senior debut in 2016.

“[Samir] Handanovic’s my role model, he’s a truly great professional. I also think [Juan] Musso at Udinese is really very good.

“Mancini was super. I have incredible memories of him. He let me start in Serie A.”

Radu played 33 times in 2018-19 for the Grifone, who just about managed to preserve their Serie A status.
 

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Romania's hero keeper Ionut Radu burst into tears and showed a shirt with his late sister's face following the amazing win over England yesterday. "I owe you everything. I love you, Ema". She past away in 2006, when she was just 14.

 

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I watched the game and it was INSANE how he kept his team in the game and saved their asses several times!

Romania took the lead multiple times but were immediately pegged back by the superior players of England (at least on paper) and drew level 2 times, until the romanians managed to strike twice by the end of the game! It was a crazy thriller and Radu was MOtM IMO. If he manages to stay humble over the years and continue improving, I see a great future for this keeper! He seems to have everything it takes.
 

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IONUT RADU SIGNS FOR INTER AND IS SUBSEQUENTLY LOANED OUT
The 22-year-old goalkeeper will play for Genoa CFC during the 2019/2020 season
12/07/2019 - 13:37

MILAN – FC Internazionale Milano announces that the Club has signed Ionut Radu from Genoa CFC on a permanent basis. At the same time, the goalkeeper has joined the Liguarian side on a year-long loan deal.

Over the course of the 2018/2019 season, the 22-year-old made 33 appearances in Serie A with Genoa. With Inter’s Primavera side, Radu won the Viareggio Cup in 2015 and the 2015/2016 Coppa Italia before making his debut for the First Team in Serie A on 14 May 2016.

https://www.inter.it/en/news/68211/ionut-radu-signs-for-inter-and-is-subsequently-loaned-out

Good move IMO, both activating his buyback clause and immediately loaning back to Genoa. I could be wrong but I think his buy back was €15m? Not cheap, but worth the gamble. Guess we should move the thread to the loaned players section.

- - - Updated - - -

That was quick :einstein:
 

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Sick skills in the goal prevented Napoli from scoring at home against Genoa!

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impressive vs spal.

 

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The guy used to be great at penalty saving in primavera level.
Not sure what his stats are at professional level so far ....
 

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Ionut Radu’s agent confirms the Inter goalkeeper will remain on loan at Genoa in January as “it wouldn’t make much sense to move him on” midseason.

Radu has spent the past year-and-a-half on loan at Genoa and started every Serie A game this term for the Rossoblu, but their pursuit of Mattia Perin had thrown the Romanian’s future at Marassi into doubt.

Despite that, Oscar Damiani told FcInterNews.it: “The boy is playing regularly and doing well at Genoa. It wouldn’t make much sense to move him on in January.

“He will stay in Liguria and return to Inter next June as scheduled.”

The 22-year-old has seen his place come under threat following a first half to the campaign that saw him concede 36 goals and keep just two clean sheets.

Nonetheless, he is considered by some as Samir Handanovic’s long-term heir at Inter.
 

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Perin won't stay fit for long
 

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There goes his playing time.. If he's definitely leaving Genoa and coming back in June, then it only makes sense for them to start Perin as first choice once they re-sign him.

It was a good move overall though, the guy had a ton of playing time and experience.
 
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