Reading manager Jose Gomes has a huge task ahead of him this summer if he is to ring the changes at the Madejski Stadium, after a season that saw his side flirt with relegation, eventually finishing the season in 20th spot, seven points clear of the drop-zone.
One player who Gomes may have to plan for life without though is winger Mo Barrow, with journalist Courtney Friday suggesting on Twitter that two Turkish sides are interested in a loan-to-buy deal for the 26-year-old, and the Royals will sell if an offer in excess of £2.5m comes in for him.
So, with this all in mind, are the Royals right to let Barrow leave?
“It would be no big loss.
“Barrow did well for the Royals last season but I think the club have to back Gomes in this window if they want to be successful in 2020.
“If they can sell him for a good price and reinvest it wisely then it is the right move.”
“I think so.
“He’s a good player but he has been itching for a move before so I could see it making sense.
“Reading will need to reinvest what they make off of him wisely, meanwhile.”
“I think this is a bad move.
“Barrow is one of their better attacking options, he has great pace and dribbling which could prove difficult to replace.
“However if the player is unhappy and wants a move then it is important the club get rid and replace him with someone who wants to be there and will give his all for the club.”