Plymouth Argyle have enjoyed a decent season back in League One, with Ryan Lowe’s side sitting comfortable right now.
Whilst some may have hoped the Green Army could’ve pushed on, it’s important to recognise the progress that has been made under the new boss, as well as the long-term foundations that he is building at Home Park.
Lowe has moulded a young, energetic squad that play football the right way and the signs are positive moving forward for Plymouth under his guidance.
The summer transfer window will be another chance for the boss to make his mark on the team, and whilst the focus may be on incomings, departures will be inevitable too. And, here we look at TWO players who could be on the move…
Things haven’t really gone to plan since he signed this season, as most of the 29-year-old’s 21 appearances in the league have come from the bench.
At this stage of his career, you can imagine the player wants to be starring for a team week in, week out, which isn’t happening under Lowe.
Therefore, he may be open to moving on in the summer, and given his pedigree at this level, there would surely be takers.
This is not one that Plymouth fans will want to see, but the brutal reality is that if a suitable offer comes in for the striker, he is going to have to consider it.
You could make a strong case to say another year with Plymouth and Lowe would be best for the development of the 21-year-old, but football doesn’t always work like that.
Jephcott will surely have ambitions to play at the highest level possible and with big Championship clubs, such as Nottingham Forest, monitoring him, a deal may be on the cards. Thankfully for Plymouth, they are in a position to demand a hefty fee.