@Westy Team of the Tournament in 2017 u19 Euros (he was 17 I believe and England won it). Team of the tournament in 2016 at the u17 Euros too. Definitely one to watch, but whether Sarri is impressed yet with his performances for Coventry could be slightly different. Definitely a future England RB.
interesting one fraser, as if he does go to arsenal say, then he's obviously a more attractive dividend prospect - so shouldn't really dip much when it does go through. ofc what a fair price is a matter of opinion, and should have a decent amount of speculation on it before the season really gets underway again.
of course, if he doesn't move (always a possibility even if he does seem to be up for it) then there should be a pretty sharp crash. risk/reward.
I hold both Lato and Dimarco. Both do well at PB for their price and have big potential to get more game time next season, which raises their visibility to others.
Lato is unlucky to have come through in a team that already had Gaya, but he's still very highly rated. Lato himself has had tenuous links to Barcelona, but it's more likely Gaya will leave and Lato will become a regular. Gaya has recently been linked with Athletico Madrid, which makes Lato a no brainer for 31p.
Dimarco is an interesting one. On loan from Inter, only 21. I don't think he'll make it at Inter yet, although he did score this thunderbastard against them earlier in the season: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KlJJQQ_W_QI
He's been unlucky to have missed a chunk of the season through injury, but he is apparently being followed by other Serie A clubs. He also got called up by Italy for a training camp (along with other promising youngsters), so he obviously has something and 25p represents an extremely low risk gamble.
In terms of PB, Lato scores an average of 1.1 per minute and Dimarco 1.2 per minute, that is good going for their age and game time and easily eclipses other youth who are considerably more expensive.
He's a very tidy player - but I cant see him getting on free kicks or pens for the next 3 years at least.
Being a great passer is excellent for PB if you can also score a goal. Someone like Parejo when he scores, because he also has so many touches and passes will win PB - when he doesn't score its very unlikely he will win - basically needs no other midfielder to score on a winning team etc.
Looks an excellent player and a very good goal scorer, but hes 27 and relies on his physical characteristics, which will deteriorate at some stage, in my opinion. Also he hasn't xperienced a top league,