I don't know if handing Napoli this much money to spend is actually not going to hurt juventus in terms of rivalry - Bayern dont only buy best opposition players but they force the sale on the cheap so the club doesn't have much money to replace them with and have no choice but to develop another young player.... For Bayern
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That's a pretty good point. Gotze was a 37m buyout (high, but well below his market value at the time); Lewandowski was free, Ballack was negotiated before he led Leverkusen to their loser treble and hilariously cheap, Klose and Neuer were bought in the last year of their contract for reduced rates because they intimated that they would ride out the contract and leave for free and Vidal was on his way to the same thing if Juventus didn't give Leverkusen an easy out.
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There was no way they could replace Suarez or Bale but agree. Napoli aren't doing much after a lot of hype regarding all these players they were going to sign. You get the feeling ADL is taking them on a ride. Candreva, Witsel bla bla etc.
Even though I agree as well it's not a good idea to give that sort of money to your rivals, Juventus seriously needs someone to challenge them - for their own sake and for Italy's. Serie A really needs to get its sh!t together, and since the other big teams can't challenge it might as well be Napoli who gets some slipstream. Too bad they already 'wasted' 32m of it on Milik.