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15 Feb 2024 09:31:34
Are we interested in signing Spanish winger Nico Williams?

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15 Feb 2024 11:25:35
No. First XI need a CF and possibly a CB and that’s it. This is the group the coach works with until summer 2025.

15 Feb 2024 13:21:17
Totally agree Stephen, unless others leave.

15 Feb 2024 15:09:40
I'm with you Stephen on this, we have a lot of very good players and a striker would make all the difference. Harry Kane would be my choice if he could be tempted by a return to England.

16 Feb 2024 08:59:59
I have a preference for a so called “striker” for next season.

The criteria that seems to be used to describe such a player is someone who can score 20+ goals on a record basis.

Will be interesting to see who our top goal scorer is come the end of the season.

16 Feb 2024 09:50:28
Ed002's Note - Nico Williams (LW/ RW) Young Basque winger and brother to Inaki who has eased himself in to the first team over the last two seasons. Terse response from the Spanish U21 set up (along the lines of "he does not score many goals for an attacker") when told he was changing his allegiance to Ghana, like his brother - and that led to him changing back to Spain. There was plenty of interest in him so a contract extension and buy out clause were awarded to the player at the start of 2022 - but he has yet to renew his contract again and will be a Free Agent in the summer if he does not but Athletic will push after Christmas. Looked at by Brighton, Manchester City, Aston Villa, PSG, Liverpool, Juventus, Chelsea and Real Madrid. Real Madrid see the asking price as too high but might make an offer. Barcelona, Newcastle, Atletico, Spurs or Arsenal may provide wildcard options. }.

16 Feb 2024 13:49:38
So, did he, will he or has he signed a new contract with his current club?

{Ed002's Note - He signed a new contract in December.}

16 Feb 2024 15:09:32
Ed, thanks so much for the update.

So, I guess if a club wanted him now they would have to pay a substantial transfer fee?

{Ed002's Note - They would need to pay the full release clause in a single payment.}

16 Feb 2024 17:04:17
Thanks again Ed.



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