An Unpopular Question. Should We Cash In On Nick Powell?

VitalFootballAdmin

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#1
An unpopular question. Should we cash in on Nick Powell?


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charlz54

Vital Squad Member
#2
If the people buying the club have as much money as reported and if they want a quick return to the Premiership, then there is no need to cash in on any of our players......they are more of an asset to us than others.
 
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#3
Sharpe was going to off load him in January only for the player to block the move himself, Powell's happy at Wigan for now, can't see him wanting to be in League 1 next season though.

Thats when the money will come in handy when we are stuck in this division until bunnack if we dont get promoted!
 

bickymon

Vital Reserves Team
#5
depends if we fail to go up this season and because of a backlog of games i fear we might miss out
and if the takeover does no happen then we will have to sell to survive anyway
 

C_Latic

Vital Squad Member
#6
If we’ve got no ambition we’ll sell him. If we’ve got ambition to get back to the Prem, we’ll give him a new contract.
 

wiganfanfrank

Vital Squad Member
#7
I personally think he would help us a lot in the Championship. I think he would still be one of the best players and if we sold him, we would likely replace him with a Championship level player. Nick Powell is prem standard IMO.
 

Kenny Morris

Vital Reserves Team
#8
Grip! - 1/3/2018 10:49

Sharpe was going to off load him in January only for the player to block the move himself, Powell's happy at Wigan for now, can't see him wanting to be in League 1 next season though.

Thats when the money will come in handy when we are stuck in this division until bunnack if we dont get promoted!
You don't know that Sharpe was "going to offload him in January".
We had offers for him so it seems only right for the club to speak to the player about what was happening, it is reported that when this happened Powell said he was more than happy and didn't want a move anyway.
A little different from the myth that we were going to sell him.
 
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#9
No myth at all, it was Powell that pulled the plug on the Brighton move.

When Sharpe went public on transfer deadline day to say that Powell had been to see him and said that Nick told him to turn anymore enquires down, he forgot to mention NP had already spoken to Brighton representatives.

Don't believe everything that comes from the club!
 

Martinez1986

Vital Squad Member
#10
Grip! - 1/3/2018 16:46

No myth at all, it was Powell that pulled the plug on the Brighton move.

When Sharpe went public on transfer deadline day to say that Powell had been to see him and said that Nick told him to turn anymore enquires down, he forgot to mention NP had already spoken to Brighton representatives.

Don't believe everything that comes from the club!
Or from you as well