Sadly, i think that is probably the most likely thing that will happen.I would not be surprised to see him turn up at Forest or Derby (providing they stay up). They can pay or get closer to his wages. Fits the type of player they usually go for
I am for last season but I think next season could be a whole different ball game I’m certain there will be change, possible wage capping despite what the PFA say. there’s a number of championship clubs been paying over a 100% or very near of what their income is on wages alone and then bleated about their finances due to lock down.You’re aware they have wage bills 4 or 5 times ours? Plus Derby and Forest have sold plenty of players over the last couple of seasons...
You said Maddison wouldn’t make it so I take your opinion on good footballers with a large grain of salt
He said Maddison wasn't worth much.
What would he go for now, £50m? £60m? More?
Probably thinks he flatters to deceive.
Is Walsh fast? I remember him having good ball control but not particularly fastLast season we blew a lot on O'Hare's wages; this is a comparable scenario.
But does a central midfield duo of two from Kelly, James & Hamer cut the mustard? In a 3-4-1-2 formation, I'm not sure it does. One of the central pillars of 2019-2020 was Kelly in a defensive mode with Walsh injecting pace - the most extreme example being the winner against Rochdale, but the winner against Bristol Rovers away was another.
So if not Walsh (expense, availability, fitness are all against it) then somebody of his ilk would be my preference for midfield.
Is Walsh fast? I remember him having good ball control but not particularly fast
Correct me if I’m wrong, I think Gibbo meant pace on the ball.He injected pace, it's notb quite the same thing