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What would we then do with the £50m? Buy who?
Then there seems to be this belief that Brands can come up with a gem from abroad. But buying from abroad is always a risk. For example we could go for a player like Jonathan Tah from Leverkusen (just an example), but no matter how good he is in Germany, no matter how high his perceived potential, buying him would be a gamble.I don't know, I could well be wrong but my outlook is that Keane is not really a big problem in the team, selling him would potentially create another problem, a problem where would need two CBs in the summer.
Not saying we should or shouldn't, but there's a wealth of young CB talent in Germany right now. Besides Tah (22), there's Zagadou (19) and Akanji (23) at Dortmund, Konaté (19) and Upamecano (20) at Leipzig, N'Dicka (19) at Eintracht, Elvedi (22) at Gladbach, and others of course.
Dunno whether Spurs or Arsenal are actually interested, but Keane's passing into midfield (into feet) will make him highly desirable to teams like that. Rio Ferdinand always said he was the best at Utd at passing the ball through the lines from defence, when he was there, and we're seeing lots of evidence of that.
We have to be willing to sell players if we feel the offers are higher than their worth. Of course we want to keep players but if we are confident in our staff everyone should be available at a price. Back them to find value both in sales and purchases
Sorry not being personal.. but what a load of tosh that is....If that was the case every club would be selling their players to anyone who came along and offered "more than their worth"......
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