Jota vs Richarlison
Debating between these two as I’m looking to get on a cheap prem forward. Jota gets higher peak scores but less overall minutes on the pitch and Wolves have a team that could force him out of the lineup.
I know there’s EL for Jota but this may actually increase rotation of squad so not a huge benefit for me. Both have transfers in them but may not be the main man if they go to a big club. What’s the thinking, who should I get on and why?
I hold both, and think both are great long term holds. Jota has the 7th most scores of 225+, I can't believe Adama is so much more expensive than him
Everton wont have european footy next year.
Jota most likely will imo and a good possibility for euros also.
No brainer for me.
Also Jota still in europa now.
Both good holds for me. Both get good PBs for there clubs, shame Jota seems to get subbed quite often. Both young and will definitely have transfer links
PrideofPools last edited by
I'm an Evertonian and I hold Richarlison. Silva's use of him was criminal. Really looking forward to seeing what he can do in a fully-functioning team next season, particularly if we invest this summer.
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Jota is one of the first names on the teamsheet, I can't see him being dropped unless he has a severe drop in form. He does tend to have spells across a season where he's unstoppable and then fades however i think with the talented Neto ready to step into the team it's improved competition and performance from the front 3. Jota also links up very well with Raul.
I also don't see Jota moving anytime soon, we currently have a superb manager and fantastic owners who are building something and I fully expect him to make the breakthrough and establish himself in the Portuguese XI
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Currently hold neither but have bought and sold Jota during COVID for decent profit. I personally think hes easily the better player of the 2 and probably a better PB player than Richarlison also, unless and until a PB tweak brings in points for falling on the floor, at which point I reckon Richarlison will absolutely soar to £12