Huddersfield Town have endured a tough return to the Sky Bet Championship this season, with Danny Cowley still looking to steady the ship after arriving in West Yorkshire back in September.
One shining light for Town, however, has been Karlan Grant, who has adapted to life in the second-tier brilliantly.
Grant, 22, has scored 16 goals in the Championship this season and registered a further four assists, impressing predominantly from the left-wing, but also showcasing potential to play through the middle.
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Reports in the winter suggested Grant could be on the move to the Premier League, but, ultimately, he stayed put at Huddersfield.
However, the summer might be a different prospect for Huddersfield and their chances of retaining the 22-year-old.
That debate has spilled onto Twitter, where a number of Huddersfield fans weighed in with their own thoughts on where Grant’s future lies.
Here, we take a look at some of that debate…
I say yes. We won’t let him go cheap and transfer fees will be so reduced due to the virus no one will pay what we want.
— Denny Ledger (@denny_ledger) May 19, 2020
No if I’m honest
— Seb (@SebHTFC) May 19, 2020
Hopefully but I doubt it. He deserves to have a chance in the Prem.
— Andy Firth (@firth09) May 19, 2020
I think he'll leave, but to be honest, I don't even know what football is any more. It seems a distant reality
— Lee Robinson ♠ (@bilbobarneybobs) May 19, 2020
It'll be a blow to lose him so soon, ideally, we have a shot at promotion with him a part of that squad before he inevitably leaves. Guess it will come down to 💰💰💰
— Donis Kebab (@DonisKebab) May 19, 2020
50/50 chance. I think that even if he leaves, we won’t be affected too much as I can imagine Mounie slowly making more of a name for himself. What’s more important is to hold on to Lewis O’Brien
— Naumaan Khan (@nomk13786) May 19, 2020
No. We're going to be in financial turmoil. No billionaire owner. Need cash. Premier League sides have the cash
— James (@DrigBare) May 19, 2020
— HTAFC (@upthetown__) May 19, 2020