Price is right
Sam Johnstone has earnt plaudits all season despite West Brom’s contends in the Premier League. He has enhanced his honour with a number of fine flaunts and of course was called up to Gareth Southgate’s most recent England squad and has a good chance of representing the Euro 2020 squad.
As is often the case with crews who find themselves demoted from the Premier League, the most appropriate actors are picked off by those golf-clubs who will remain in the competition and Johnstone has his admirers.
According to a report in the Evening Standard West Brom have named their toll for the actor and it is PS10 million.
— Jack Rosser (@ JackRosser_) April 22, 2021
Tottenham may lose Hugo Lloris at the end of the season as he has been linked with a return to his homeland and a link up with onetime director Mauricio Pochettino at PSG. He has another year left on his contract but if Spurrings wish to construct some coin on the actor they will have to sell him the summer months, or gamble him walking away for nothing.
West Ham on the other hand have Lukasz Fabianski as their first choice but even though he recently signed a one year extension, he is 36. He is backed up by 33 year old Darren Randolph and 35 year old David Martin, who is out of contract at the end of this season.
West Brom manager Sam Allardyce when asked about Johnstone said “We is impossible to discuss that when we have secured its own position as a Premier League club.”
“That would intend discussion from the hierarchy at the fraternity and look at what they can do with Sam’s contract and try to persuade him to stay.”
“As customary, business is business. Whatever happens can only be decided then, but I make the club would do their best good to keep him.”
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