ONE TO WATCH:What’s everyone’s thoughts on the future of Garett Bale? Madrid have again shown how they are happy to let the player go after recent falling outs.
The Welshman has been linked with an unlikely move to Tottenham and as much as I don’t think this will happen will he go on and secure a move elsewhere?
For one of the worlds best players on his day his price of 2.30 does not reflect this in my eyes if he plays week in, week out.
Maybe worth holding a few shares in the forward man who could be looking to move on in the near future?
ONE TO WATCH:Little late on this one but still worth a purchase in my eyes.
Eddie Howe has come out and said that it all depends on Josh King’s decision.
He is a UTD fan through and through and if it’s on his shoulders I can see him moving on from Bournemouth.
With a lot of injuries at UTD and some superb midfield players now signed at Old Trafford we could see him get a regular start straight away whilst Rashford recovers.
1.36 a share is still very cheap!
ONE TO WATCH: Giroud could be on his way out of Stamford bridge as he makes a last minute move to make it into the French team in time for the Euro’s. Heavily linked with Tottenham and he has also turned down a move to Newcastle UTD yesterday. I can see the player moving if Chelsea sign someone to replace him. Bundles of quality but he just isn’t getting a game at Chelsea as he isn’t even considered as a 2nd coach by Lampard. Rumours are circulating that Giroud will not turn up for training in protest to move away, but will we see a move happen? You can buy Giroud now for just £1.01.
ONE TO WATCH: Lads.. Liking this a lot. As a Brighton fan, I’ve watched Solly for years, still 25 and a lot of potential. Came on today against west ham back from injury and completely changed the game. We struggle in the RW department and I seriously think Solly will play week in week out for the rest of the season.. If he plays like he did coming back from injury today, he will shoot up in price, so much potential and a steal at 38p in my opinion!
ONE TO WATCH:If Alassane Plea’s first few months as a Borussia Mönchengladbach player are anything to go by, the Foals may well have landed themselves one of the signings of the summer, ahead of a host of English Premier League aspirants. The French striker has found the back of the net five times in the first seven games of the season, helping Borussia mount a charge for UEFA Champions League football next season, and he told bundesliga.com how happy he is to have rejected a move to England in favour of a sought-after switch to the burgeoning Bundesliga. I do think that we’ll see him in England in the near future and will expect his price to rise massively once this happens but for now I’m going to be adding him to my portfolio and continue to watch him lead the line for a CL spot next year.
Currently 1.46 a share!