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If Maddison leaves, Peterborough should replace him with top assist maker

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Peterborough United will have money to spend this summer, with several of their better performers set to leave the club having been transfer listed with one-year remaining on their current deals.

Marcus Maddison and Michael Bostwick let set to move on, and manager Grant McCann has it all to do if he is to replace his dynamic duo.

The goals will come in abundance next season with new signing Ricky Miller up front, but the former Dover striker will need the goals laid on for him by the Posh midfield.

Maddison was the league’s top assist maker last year, and his creativity will be a huge loss for the club if he does indeed move on.

Peterborough could look to League Two to find an equally as productive player in Accrington’s Sean McConville, with the Liverpool born midfielder recording an impressive 17 assists last year.

At 28 years old, McConville is in his prime, and having never played above the fourth tier, would relish a move to a Posh side that should compete for the top six next year.

The player has a year remaining on his deal with Stanley, so Peterborough would have to agree a fee with the club for their prized asset, but with McConville surely keen to advance, a move shouldn’t prove too difficult to agree.

There wasn’t a more efficient creative man in the division last season, and Peterborough should take a punt on the midfielder and afford him the opportunity to shine in League One.


ScoopDragon Football News Network

Article title: If Maddison leaves, Peterborough should replace him with top assist maker

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