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    @hibs.net private member erin go bragh's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Whizz View Post
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    Thereís no way in a million years, if heís on £8k per week, Hibs will be able to make this up
    If Jamie wants to join Hibs, heís going to have to agree something with his current club, and then after that, something thatís fits within our wage structure.
    Heís got 2 season left on his contract at Darmstadt, so almost £2m in wages. If heís not playing for them, theyíll be keen to get him off the wage bill, and save some of this

    Think Hibs will be waiting on this been agreed at Darmstadt end, before we can agree something with him, although Iím sure there will have been talks
    104 weeks at 8k is under a million. 832k .
    His club release him and save 800k . We pay him a joining fee plus a salary that fits our wage structure and it will not be miles away from his present 400k salary .
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    Quote Originally Posted by erin go bragh View Post
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    104 weeks at 8k is under a million. 832k .
    His club release him and save 800k . We pay him a joining fee plus a salary that fits our wage structure and it will not be miles away from his present 400k salary .
    If we pay him £4k a week, that's half so it'll be a hell of a push to get him near that.

    If for some obscure reason they do release him and give him a payoff, they won't be saving £800k, it'll be nearer £400k if they are to match his lost salary.

    I'd imagine part of their reasoning for loaning him to us was to increase his transfer value which i'm sure they feel he did. They were also under pressure from him as he urgently needed game time to enable him to make the Aussie squad.

    That pressure is now less and his value has likely increased so i'm baffled as to think why they would pay him to leave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winston Ingram View Post
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    If we pay him £4k a week, that's half so it'll be a hell of a push to get him near that.

    If for some obscure reason they do release him and give him a payoff, they won't be saving £800k, it'll be nearer £400k if they are to match his lost salary.

    I'd imagine part of their reasoning for loaning him to us was to increase his transfer value which i'm sure they feel he did. They were also under pressure from him as he urgently needed game time to enable him to make the Aussie squad.

    That pressure is now less and his value has likely increased so i'm baffled as to think why they would pay him to leave.
    Don't think anyone is suggesting they'll pay him to leave by buying out his contract but instead letting him leave for next to nowt and so saving themselves the wages and Jamie gets the move he wants albeit on less money.

    My 25 goals thing was pullings number. He could get an increasing sum for 5,10,15,20,25. Be really interesting to see players bonuses.

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