Or Adama Traore.According to talksport Watford want 25m penalty clause if you choose not to sign him end of the season.
He's a good player but didn't assist or score a huge amount last year. Probably where Adama Traore was two years ago.
Would've thought if you were spending that much but can't get a Sancho or Dembele you'd go all in for Saint Maxinm.
Wolves would want about 80m for Adama.Or Adama Traore.
Plenty of options for RW - Issue is we will be priced out cos we've left it so late - shock!
5 goals and 4 assists in 28 PL appearances. So nothing amazing.He’s a mid-table Premier League winger, a couple of strengths but really obvious limitations. It’s not like he’s torn it up at Watford, is it?
Sarr will be even more underwhelming signing than Daniel James was. Hell I was excited with James even more.I like Sarr and think he's the best fit for us than the young players we've been linked with, and the crock with a poor attitude in Dembele too.
Sancho looks unlikely but never know.
But in typical Utd style he’s stronger on the left.This is the profile of player we should be targeting:
Young talents who are creative and productive 1v1. Sarr is neither.
ASM would be perfect, and might have been obtainable. No way Mike Ashley, of all people, turns down a decent offer in the middle of a financial downturn.
As Wenger famously called it, we need a 'chaos creator' against low block teams to create space and force mistakes.
I trust you opinion, hopefully the club fails to sign him.People are doing the same thing with Sarr as they did with Maguire and AWB - trying to convince themselves, against all known logic, that signing a slow, plodding centre back and a full-back terrified of the ball was the right decision.
Sarr is a physically upgraded Dan James. He'll be beyond useless against a low block, he can't consistently beat a man 1v1 (one of the lowest take-on win % in the league last season), has absolutely nothing special technically...it's just a terrible signing for us.
His one major attribute, his speed, will be totally nullified in 90% of our games. Against a low block he'll just turn into yet another: receive ball > oops no space to run into > pass sideways or backwards.
What's worse is that I'm absolutely sure that the people trying to convince themselves that this is a good signing, if they've watched Sarr in any way, already know all of this.