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View mattteo's Profile mattteo Flag 30 Nov 18 10.01pm Send a Private Message to mattteo Add mattteo as a friend

Right backs who would cost up to 5 million and who would offer near or above Wan Bissaka quality should he leave for a big sum:

Almamy Toure (Monaco)

Tavernier (Rangers)

Jeremy Toljan (Dortmund doesn't use him)
Rafael (last 6 months contract with Lyon, though he plays as starter and they're qualified in the Champions League)

Felix Passlack (Norwich doesn't use him)

Loic Nego (Mol Vidi)

Tinnerholm (New York City FC)

Johan Larsson (Brondby, out of contract next month)

Ezequiel Schelotto (if you can take from Weed, cause they don't use him)

Michael Lang (cost Moenchengladbach 2 million, could sell for more, absolutely ravashed Man Utd last year)

Andres Lopez and Jose Quintero from South America's Ecuador (next Valencia?)

Abderrahmane Hachoud (MC Algier)

even Fran Karacic who is growing up quite well in Croatia


I'd have named Daryl Janmaat from Watford too, but he's getting old


There are options to replace a player if you know where to look. Club should sell when they think they can get the best price for a player. I can't think AWB will ever be valued more if he stays at Palace. With the older he will get, his value will decrease, just my 2 cents. Sure, you could wait out for the end of the league and if we don;t go down, let him play in the U21 Euro finals in Italy in the summer as a starting right back for England U21 and sell him after that.

 

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View Rachid Rachid Rachid's Profile Rachid Rachid Rachid Flag 30 Nov 18 10.30pm Send a Private Message to Rachid Rachid Rachid Add Rachid Rachid Rachid as a friend

Maybe he would do better in a stronger team, and obviously he's still very young, but haven't seen much so far to suggest he has the attacking quality to succeed as a full / wing back at the very top level. Early days mind.

 

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View crvenaeagle's Profile crvenaeagle Flag 01 Dec 18 12.05am Send a Private Message to crvenaeagle Add crvenaeagle as a friend

Originally posted by bifffabazz

I seriously doubt it! Clynne has a significant drug problem. Such things will scupper his move to us or most other top clubs.

Edited by bifffabazz (29 Nov 2018 11.40pm)

Please elaborate!

 

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View taylors lovechild's Profile taylors lovechild Online Flag People's Republic of Gozo 01 Dec 18 9.41am Send a Private Message to taylors lovechild Add taylors lovechild as a friend

Originally posted by mattteo

Right backs who would cost up to 5 million and who would offer near or above Wan Bissaka quality should he leave for a big sum:

Almamy Toure (Monaco)

Tavernier (Rangers)

Jeremy Toljan (Dortmund doesn't use him)
Rafael (last 6 months contract with Lyon, though he plays as starter and they're qualified in the Champions League)

Felix Passlack (Norwich doesn't use him)

Loic Nego (Mol Vidi)

Tinnerholm (New York City FC)

Johan Larsson (Brondby, out of contract next month)

Ezequiel Schelotto (if you can take from Weed, cause they don't use him)

Michael Lang (cost Moenchengladbach 2 million, could sell for more, absolutely ravashed Man Utd last year)

Andres Lopez and Jose Quintero from South America's Ecuador (next Valencia?)

Abderrahmane Hachoud (MC Algier)

even Fran Karacic who is growing up quite well in Croatia


I'd have named Daryl Janmaat from Watford too, but he's getting old


There are options to replace a player if you know where to look. Club should sell when they think they can get the best price for a player. I can't think AWB will ever be valued more if he stays at Palace. With the older he will get, his value will decrease, just my 2 cents. Sure, you could wait out for the end of the league and if we don;t go down, let him play in the U21 Euro finals in Italy in the summer as a starting right back for England U21 and sell him after that.

AWB has probably been our best performer this season in an underprforming team. Imagine how good he'll be if we actually start playing well as a team. There's a a reason why he's getting a lot of attention, it's because after only 20 games he already looks like a PL player. His composure, dribbling, pace and of course his tackling are already top notch and once he improves his positioning he will be hammering on Southgate's door. He has the second highest number of successful tackles in the PL this season and has pretty much stopped every team we've played from finding success down his flank. Aside from all of this he is very popular with the fans and helps generate excitement and support. Having said all of that I can't see anyone coming in with an offer that would be worth considering until at least the summer.

 

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View Gary St.Andrews's Profile Gary St.Andrews Flag Kenley 02 Dec 18 10.14am Send a Private Message to Gary St.Andrews Add Gary St.Andrews as a friend

He is gaining experience all the time, the more he plays against the top players the better player he will become. I think that would be a good contest against West Ham, because he will be up against Anderson.

We will then see how far he has come. Personally I think he will be the best full back in The Premiership within the next 2 years and possibly one of the best in Europe in the next 5!

 

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View iheartcpfc's Profile iheartcpfc Flag SE25 03 Dec 18 3.27pm Send a Private Message to iheartcpfc Add iheartcpfc as a friend

He will be England's RB within a year, mark my words. He is that good. Defensively as good as we expect from him which is crazy to say given his relative lack of appearances but I thought on Sat he showed a real improvement in possession. He helped us play out very nicely with one touch passing and flicks and his crossing was much more threatening. Quite simply he is an extraordinary talent, a credit to our academy and the sky is the limit. I have no doubt he will go as far as he wants as he will just get better and better as he becomes more assured on the ball and learns to read the game like someone like Tomkins

 

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View leejaneagles's Profile leejaneagles Online Flag 03 Dec 18 4.01pm Send a Private Message to leejaneagles Add leejaneagles as a friend

Zaha is 26 years old and it feels like he's been here a life time. He could literally stay another 2 seasons and still leave at 28, young, in his prime and worth 80mil from any big club.

They'd still get 5 top years out of him. That's if Zaha wants to leave of course but he clearly values how Palace treat him and it's evidence how much better he plays now than when we were in the Championship and a lot better than either of his Man Utd or Cardiff spells.

Wan-Bissaka is raw talent that needs to be nurtured and we can prove we offer that. Will we have a problem keeping him? Like Wilf, yes, if the definition of keeping him is from the age of 18-34.

But short term, we can definitely keep him for another 3 seasons at the least, which will be massive for us.

 

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