Woodcote Royal wrote:Surely the price is going to come down to whatever is in the release clause of his latest contract.
Having said that, £3m is a laughable figure from those who clearly have no clue of his potential value or ability.
He's 25, destined for the top flight and has every chance of establishing himself in the starting 11 of a lower Premiership side sooner rather than later.
As such, £5m in today's climate would be a great deal that Brighton could yet pull off. They should be thankful they have a decent manager with an eye for a bargain. Why their arrivals aren't piling in beggars belief.
Just because we were sh*t last season doesn't make Liam Moore less of a player.
A decent striker in part exchange would be very nice. As yet another top player who is destined for better things, I wish him well.
The Moore of the previous season looked to be worth more than £3 million but the Moore of last season wouldn't warrant any more than what we paid for him.
It depends upon which version any potential buyer thinks of him.
Leicester were not that keen to keep him and I still think the jury is out on whether he is up to Premier League standard.
As for part-exchange, I think back to that dreadful transaction with QPR when they palmed us off with the ridiculous Meaker as part of the Simon Osborn deal so hope the club treads warily if offered Goldson, Hemed or Baldock-wouldn't mind Solly March as a straight swap.