Norwich City are flying under manager Daniel Farke with the Canaries sitting on top of the Championship, clear of second placed Middlesbrough by two points as the club head into the latest international break.
Norwich’s success though is a double edged sword for Farke, as he knows that their results will be drawing attention to their prized assets, with players like in-form striker Teemu Pukki an obvious target.
But how much should Norwich hold out for if they were to sell Pukki?
Considering he has scored ten goals this year and it isn’t even December, he would be worth a fair few quid, in all honesty.
He still has two-and-a-half years on his current deal, so Norwich could hold out for at least £15-£20million for him.
Goalscorers are like gold dust, and in Pukki they have a clinical marksman – they should aim as high as they can to try and get the best possible deal.
They shouldn’t sell him.
This clamour to make money has to stop somewhere. They cashed in enough in the summer.
At this moment in time, the thought shouldn’t enter their head.
I’m not putting a value on Premier League promotion and neither should they.
Close to double figures.
He’s important to them this season and the way they are going letting him leave could put their title hopes in peril.
Keep him unless a huge bid comes in.