He's been told to find himself a new club. Emphasis on the words "find himself". If the club aren't lifting a finger to make it happen, why should they expect a fee?
I am, most definitely. But even so, getting his wages off the club's books is as good a result as they can hope for. They bought something it turns out they didn't want - diddums. Tidy up and move on.I think you're taking that literally - I'm sure the club at the very least have circulated all clubs with news that he is available. It's normal in this situation that the player's agent will be expected to do the legwork, that's what he's being paid for. It sounds like a decent move for Uche and he should squeeze a pay rise out of it as he's only on £5,500 here - although that's still a saving to us of getting on for £300,000 a year. Maybe try to up the sell-on percentage but I wouldn't make it a deal-breaker.
You could argue that if he goes there on loan, does well, maybe plays some European football(?), another club takes a fancy to him and pay £1m for him, we get £200k... probably more than we would if we were to sell him now.Probably not.
A loan would be better?
If he goes out there and does really well it could be better for us?
whats 20% of nothing?Would you take this offer?
I'd be inclined to say yes, just to get him off the books and move on.