Many times when they joke, they tell the truth. It is one of the communication techniques that José Mourinho uses the most, returning yesterday to speak after last being in the post-match against Turin before the world break. And I did it by sending messages to the club and making fun of the transfer market budget of not the best clubs. Because on the tour, when asked if Roma are interested in a Japanese player, he answers “if it’s not expensive …”, and speaking of the transfer market in general, he adds that “Roma have no opportunity to reach the Premier League and take those players who are in the upper bracket. For God’s sake, it’s true, but the feeling is that the manager does not miss the opportunity to emphasize this aspect, as when he called Roma’s summer transfer campaign a “marketplace”, given only seven million spent on Celik.
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