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Neymar wants sick wages - 2016 Chelsea

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Hi, i got neymar on a wage for 80k / week - Very cheap i know. Thing is he hasnt really been performing for me, and have been on the bench rotating with Mata/Schurlle - Hazard have been complety outshining him on the left wing. So he sits on the spot.

Now the little poor boy scored 2 goals in match , and thinks he deserves a new contract. And he was all his bonuses and ****. (Very high bonuses) every match, every goal and such. And he wants a 210k / week.
Thats like equal to Messi??


How are you paying Neymar? - And if i decide to sell him , have anyone has succes selling him? - and for how much?
 
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Just reject the request.

Then tell him that he's still got time on is contract and there will be no contract talks.
 
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Wow can you tell that to all the players without them getting bitchy?
 
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It doesn't necessarily mean they won't get bitchy.

To be honest, when I saw the title of the thread I thought it was a new feature with the latest update whereby the players can request a BUPA care plan.
 
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Had him on 110k a week with hardly any bonuses played well as str/if/winger easily scoring 30+ gls a season, and never ask for new contract.
 
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It doesn't necessarily mean they won't get bitchy.

To be honest, when I saw the title of the thread I thought it was a new feature with the latest update whereby the players can request a BUPA care plan.
LOL that's the line I was on aswell! Tell Neymar to put it where the sun don't shine, he might be a big name but if hes not delivering the goods hes useless...reject the contract talks, and if he doesnt like it he can lump it - put the money into a player that will perform.
 
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If you're a decent manager with enough reputation and respect, he should listen to you. Most of my players say "I'm sorry, I shouldn't have bought it up" cuz I'm an absolute boss. (H)
 
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If you're a decent manager with enough reputation and respect, he should listen to you. Most of my players say "I'm sorry, I shouldn't have bought it up" cuz I'm an absolute boss. (H)
players like him will/should get bitchy

but as everyone said, just say no! let him get ****** off (he should have at least 2 years left on his current contract) and if he does not perform during the off season, flog him!

I would reject request, saying what Coupdaha said above

Rotate him like normal, start him and give him a second chance, if he performs (after getting over his hissy fit he will most likely get after your talk) and negotiate strongly! I always offer a larger signing on bonus and keep the wages down (over the 5 year contract you will save quite a lot of cash if you offer him say an extra million rather than giving him the extra 25k he wants a week)

if he still moans then sell him, especially if he is not performing
 
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I always offer a larger signing on bonus and keep the wages down (over the 5 year contract you will save quite a lot of cash if you offer him say an extra million rather than giving him the extra 25k he wants a week)
Plus when you do need to offer him a new contract, his wage demands will be a bit lower!
 
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Try using a minimum fee release clause that's really high, always pushes down the wage demands massively.
 
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