In the same report that indicates that the are set to make a strong push for , , or , Bleacher Report reports that the odds of the retaining LeBron James are approximately 60 percent according to one executive.
There are rumblings that James will start weighing his options this weekend. One rival executive pegged his chances of leaving Miami at 40 percent.
The Heat have the incumbent power, offer stability, two championships James has won with the Big 3, superstar taleyer Leverkusen says Julian Brandt’s future will be decided within the next week.The German international, 24, has been linked with Borussia Dortmund, Tottenham and Liverpool.With a €25million release clause in Brandt’s contract, Leverkusen chief Runt that are also his friends, and stable organization to put around him, provided Micky Arison decides to open the checkbook, which remains a question due to the luxury tax situation. James is reportedly unhappy with Arison’s .
But 40 percent is nothing to sneeze at. That’s pretty close to a coin flip. And no one will really know until James finally decides where he’s going. He had ide with his new Liverpool contract.The striker, 18, committed his future to the club on Wednesday by penning a long-term deal. Currently recovering from knee surgery, he told liverpoolfc.com: “I’ve been at the club for quite a long time now. I was disa team have bigger priorities than the Carabao Cup.The Blues were knocked out at the fourth-round after losing to Manchester United on Tuesday.Speaking after the game, Lampard said: “We’ve had seven wins on the trot, we’ve had taxing games in the Chamas about joining Wade and Bosh in Miami back in 2008, but he’s been on record as saying he hadn’t decided until the day of 2011 to pull the trigger.
The Decision 2.0 rolls on.