Which is more important: a top striker or a top right-winger?

jackal&hyde

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Probably both but I would go for a RW as I think it would give great balance to the team. While a goal machine like Haaland would be amazing, I think there are a lot more goals in Rashford, Martial, Cavani and Greenwood if they had another WC creator to go with Bruno. A player like Sancho would also be of massive help to AWB imo.
 

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We need both especially when we see martial is sidelined and Rashford is on edge. But we also have very promising youngsters like Elanga. Really hard call.
 

Eli Zee

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Well, when we play with a formation that requires a ST+RW, we should place importance on both. I think we have neglected both positions for far too long. Get a long term, high impact player in both positions already. We are Manchester United.. not a championship club. It's unbelievable the amount of neglect we've had in both positions.
Get a CDM too and we're golden.
 

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I have already explained, it’s based on three things:1) He just signed new contract last summer, 2) having very good season, even better than last season means he will cost more than 70m as it was last summer price tag, 3) Aston Villa has very rich owner

1. Doesn’t necessarily mean much, except that Villa will receive a good fee (100m is a little more than “good”).

2. He’s a year older than last season, too. Villa have also gone a long way to stabilising their PL position, so their attitude towards letting him go could change.

3. If he decides he wants to leave, there’s really not a great deal that can be done. Taking the 70m or thereabouts would make sense.

IF he decides he wants to go, I think it could easily happen, even for slightly less than 70m. 60m could buy them 2 players of real quality, maybe even 3, 4 etc...