His PB scores were very poor when he played for Arsenal, don’t see them improving at Everton or elsewhere for that matter as he gives the ball away loads of times trying the killer pass and that is if he is fit offcourse
Yeah players like Verratti etc potentially is who I'm thinking. But there's probably a few cheaper players I think they'll let go. they'll try to keep as many bigs names as possible.
Could certainly be some value there though with who they might decide to let go.
@NewUser144089 a lot depends on the peformence of the players at the world cup. I think we will see new rising stars.... like Thomas Muller some years ago who was unknown before the wc and scored the most goals of all players at this tournament. I think it was 2010.
Or Keylor Navas 2014. Who moved after a very strong performence at the wc from Levante to Real Madrid.... that are just two examples.
@SambaStar Makes plenty of sense, but would it be a good thing (in FI terms)?
Wouldn't be a move I can see winning much media buzz. On the PB front, it's a tricky one. PSG are generally better for it than Atleti I'd say due to their style and simply winning/scoring so often. On the other hand, there's probably less competition among the Atletico midfield (depending on how their line-up next season ends up) - Koke, Saul - than the PSG one - GLC, Verratti, Rabiot, Draxler, Nkunku.
Thats what i use, always have it open on my browser, very very good website, also highlights players at the lower end of the price range that dont show up on MB, and the article normally hits the site 20-30 minutes before it ends up on FI MB.
Too many variables, specifically
-Does he make it (could get injured, he's also got an iffy mentality when noisy haha)
-Does he play well & trigger PB
-Does he move
-How big is the club he moves to
-What other strikers do they have
MASSIVE potential, but it'd just be pure speculation.