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Cazorla completes move

The Andalusian outfit brokered a deal with the Yellow Submarine on Tuesday and now the 26-year-old has passed his medical and penned a five-year contract.

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no_more_heroes2130d ago

Malaga is the new Real Madrid. They're obviously not worried about qualifying for the champions league anytime soon...

HxCGamer2130d ago (Edited 2130d ago )

what does that even mean.
Malaga is always undercheiving so i don't know why a great player lk cazorla would make such a move

And no need to hate on a club just because ur club is doing bad on these recent years.

no_more_heroes2130d ago (Edited 2130d ago )

Ok, my fault for not expanding on that more.

In other words, they're spending a heck of a lot of money now thanks to their new owners (which likens them more to Man City, but since this is La Liga...).

Difference being, they don't exactly rake in cash by the ship-load, so that's a lot of debt they're incurring. I'd imagine that doesn't quite line up with FFP, disqualifying them for European competitions.

I don't hate Real (hate is too strong a word). I actually like the young players they have now. I just prefer Barca for La Liga.

Snakefist302129d ago

@golden_cannon

" I just prefer Barca for La Liga"

Thats means ur a Barca fan!

RedDevils2129d ago (Edited 2129d ago )

I would say Malaga is the Man City of La liga. Small Club with little to no history, small fan bases and have a sugar daddy as an owner sound about right

kulka2129d ago

Football is going crazy PSG in France City in England Aznhi in Russia all suddenly became great destinations for players who are motivated by money

Sahil2127d ago

Woah.. malaga is going crazy with their money!!