Is he worth investment due to being back in training or do you think his price is too high already at £3.19 please??
@NewUser249258 For me he's already too high given he never looked like much of a dividend returner before he got injured and he has increased in price massively since then, but the index is a very different place to when I started a year ago so I'd say he could go in either direction really. Helpful I know! ;)
Not until he proves both his fitness & ability remain unaffected by what by all reports was a dreadful injury. Not to say he won't still rise but highly risky as he won't be back to his best before next season if ever.
Liverpool seem to be doing ok without him !! Would he get into the team currently ? I don't think so. It seems a bit steep for a player who at best will be on the bench for the near future
I think he's going to struggle - like Shaqiri and Keita have - to get 90 minutes unless there are a number of injuries, and he may not be back to full effectiveness for a while/ever. He's a bad type of player for FI as the scoring matrix doesn't value driving runs past players, and assists aren't very highly rewarded either (assuming a long term hold). One to avoid for me.
Being an Arsenal fan, I would never put money on the Oxe. I liked him, full of potential, but ruined by injuries. Couldn't believe we got decent money in the sale. I'll be amazed if he ever makes it through a whole season. A better bet would be to tell the bookies his knee will go again within 6 months.
Would you invest in Wilshere?
Overprice d for someone who won't start