Discussion in 'The Transfer List' started by Squibba, Apr 8, 2018.
Sadly that is their only upside.
Yep. Gone from son of Ronaldo to Ricky Holden's son.
No disrespect to the old scruff. Top bloke.
Id sell my granny for £40 million (however she has been dead for 20years )
I would rather he stayed and played well, if we have to sell would rather he went abroad.
I loved watching him early on in the season, I do however have a nagging doubt that he goes down a little easily and may be a bit predictable in terms of marking
But one is in the "Go out on the lash, order Baileys, order 4 hookers and still fail to score" category.
If he stays I'll be happy as he's a plus for the squad even he's not playing or scoring every week.
Also be happy to get the £40m plus for him as still good business and we have other midfield options. (and Lukebakio of course...)
A 'no lose' situation in which I hope we don't find a clever way to lose
Hopefully with Geri on the other wing it will have the opposition unable to double up on Richarlison, last season he was burnt out and found out. A lot of upheaval in a young mans life too. Imagine being 20 moving to Brazil to work under a British coach only for this guy to F off after 6 month. The only compatriot left is an aging goalkeeper that wants to play foot golf all the time.
I have said it before that Richarlison is best off playing another season with us. He needs to develop further and going to a 'bigger club means he will sit on the bench most of the time. From what we saw last year he does not take kindly to that. If he puts in a stonking season they will be falling over themselves to buy him, including top European sides.
I don't think he will though - I'd bite someone's hand off for anything north of £25mil this summer, before they realise that he's not tired, just absolute pony.
PSG isn't likely to buy much of anyone. They have to sell to get round FFP sanctions. Selling Neymar will sort most of that, but they still won't be buying much. I doubt Richarlison would be too tempted at this point by Monaco. If he starts in the Prem - in even half a season he'll be worth more and can go to bigger clubs.
I wouldnt call Everton Europes Elite.
If so that makes Burnley, the Real Madrid.
Which make Dyche the ginger Guardiola.
He is ginger. You just can't see it clearly because he's lost most of his hair.