Has he hit his ceiling? I get FI going to Germany, but does he return enough dividends to justify this price with rotation, and no likely move going to happen.
I think Gnabry is a very safe hold, I don’t hold but over this 3 year hold you have a World Cup and the Euro’s, plus playing for one of the dominant sides in Europe. He scores the braces/hat tricks needed to win PB on a gold day, I’d be amazed if someone held for the duration and they didn’t make good money.
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@chaps1988 he was winning a reasonable bit of
PB as a midfielder pre-COVID, which is much more difficult to do than as a forward because of the competition and because in the forward role, you're less involved than a midfield square ball merchant, so the fact he was able to do this, albeit with goals, speaks volumes for him, and speaks to his potential to be a genuine monster as a forward.
He was re-classified as COVID was taking hold of Europe and has only played 111 minutes of footy over 2 games since he was re-classified which I think has caused something of an under-reaction by the market.
Alphonso Davies had a similarly positive re-classification on the same day and has since shot up roughly 33%, whilst Gnab has risen only about 20%. Once hes had a fair crack of the whip as a forward I really think he could be weaker only than Messi and Neymar. Messi's getting on a bit and Neymar never actually seems to play footy and is woefully un-professional, meanwhile Gnabry is 24 years old and completely dedicated, or so it would seem.
For me hes only a goal, or even a bronze win away from £5.50, hes the same age as Werner, more matrix friendly, and £1.62 cheaper. For me hes one of the best buys out there
All great points. Forgot about the reclassification. Yeh he is great on his day, just hate the Bayern rotation lol. Thanks for info.