You make this point about selling to "re-build" a lot. At which point do you stop the revolving door of players and work with what you've got, slightly adding and tweaking where needed. Surely part of the problem we see is that this team has additions from 5 different managers. Continuity and consistency is far more valuable in my book, and that comes from investing time in your players (making them your players).
When you`re not boiled shite?
Listen if we kept him and he was part of the team we build great because he's got tons of potential.
Just thinking about the fact moshiri's millions won't last forever and have potentially already got to the point where we're not going to be getting a cheque in the summer and we have to make some to spend some...he's still a marketable asset that we could potentially make profit on.
The likes of tosun, Walcott, bolasie, maybe even Micheal Keane, it's really more of a get rid of the wages type situation.