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View mattteo's Profile mattteo Flag 15 Jan 20 8.51am Send a Private Message to mattteo Add mattteo as a friend

Originally posted by nead1

Whats your opinion on Luke Wolfenden at Ipswich for the right back position?

Haven't seen him

 

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View mattteo's Profile mattteo Flag 15 Jan 20 9.07am Send a Private Message to mattteo Add mattteo as a friend

Originally posted by cryrst

Matteo.
Is that all your own writing or copy and paste.

It is my writing. Where would I copy-paste it from? It took my a couple of days.

Originally posted by cryrst
Do you watch clips of all these players.

Yes, I do.

Originally posted by cryrst
I get what GPW is asking or even as you are writing put a number say 1 best for CPFC to however high the list goes.
Then the order you write them in wont matter.

This is what I'm saying you should read it carefully and all the way. There is this part:

<<Normally, a good transfer window would have the club bring in one more center forward, 1-2 left wingers, a right winger, an attacking midfielder and a right back. A central midfielder could come in next summer. First step would be to try to convince the 3 great ones out of contract (Milner, Matuidi or Aranguiz). If you have no luck with them, as they will surely have many offers (though PL money is pretty tempting), then you should try to the other central midfielders in the list- and there are 2 possibilities: the more experienced ones or the very young ones, all in a range from 0 to 5 million.

Depending on Zaha's position, whether manager wants to play him central or on the left wing, or his possible departure in the next transfer windows, 1-2 left wingers are to be brought in. That's the position with most players that I've written about (30 who are ready to come here and a few more youngsters). The first step should be to try and get Ryan Fraser and Callejon, whose contracts are up in the next summer. They are experienced players and fight a lot on the pitch, they could replace a player like Zaha.

If you can't convince them, prices are normally as following: somewhere up to 15 million for really young ones with high resale value (20-22 yo: Diego Rossi, Cody Gakpo, Vargas, Pavon, Luis Diaz, Onyekuru), even Idrissi and Elyounoussi could still be considered young. As for more experienced players with less resale value, the price drops: 10 million for Orsic at 27, 8 millon for Schurrle at 29, 5 million for Darwin Machis, 5 million for Kevin Bua, 6 million for Verbic, 8 million for Tello etc. There are also very low prices for those from smaller teams, but untested at a high level: just 2 million for Lovric from Croatia or 4 million from Vukanovic from Serbia.

A good strategy would see Palace buy one younger player for 10-15 million and a more experienced one for as little as 5 million, whichever of the above you prefer.

For right wingers (left footed), it's the same thing: younger ones with higher resale value are more expensive: normally Bowen, but he's in the last 6 months (so should be the first to try to sign), Calvin Stengs or Skov Olsen or Matheus Pereira (20-22 yo) are worth about 15 million. Lamela, though not very young, is also about 15 million, coming from a Top 6 team and with big experience. Bakaev from Russia who is 23 I'd say can be brought for 7-8 million. Older players are cheaper. >>


Originally posted by cryrst
Good work however it's done.

Thanks


 

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