West Brom boss, Alan Pardew has rejected the loan offer of Norwich City for the 19-year-old attacking midfielder, Sam Field. The left-footed playmaker was considered a starter early on but has lost his place to a more experienced Chris Brunt.
Field has registered just 672 minutes of game time this season and it might hinder his development into a full-fledged professional. – a price Pardew is willing to pay. He was quoted, “Unfortunately for you guys the club is in a position where your personal development might have to go to one side for five months. Not completely, because we’re going to develop them here, but in terms of going out on loan. The club comes first, and they understood that. We need all hands on the pumps here.”
This obviously makes the immediate future of Field quite certain but what happens to Norwich? They have been sweating profusely over the probable exit of one of their best playmakers, James Maddison, with a number of Premier League teams peering in with big money offers on the table.
Even if they are successful in keeping him for the remainder of the season, the 21-year-old’s talents will definitely earn him a lucrative deal to one of the elite sides over the summer. Norwich needs to prepare for such a scenario and should utilise the final week of the January window to sign a player with a talent similar to that of Sam Field.
The former Manchester United player has attracted attention from a lot of sides in both the Premier League and the EFL Championship. A promotion-chasing Wigan Athletic are aware that they might not be able to tie him down to the club forever and are asking for £1.5m – a pocket pincher for the Canaries.
Dack piles his trade for Blackburn Rovers having scored 12 goals and furthering 5 assists in 29 appearances in all competitions this season. Dack developed his game playing for Gillingham where he was signed on a scholarship in 2010.
He used to be a very important figure in the Watford lineup but has fallen below the pecking order after hitting an injury snag. The club already has a few younger and fresher options to field ahead of the 29-year-old Frenchman and he can utilise the remainder of the season by picking up some regular minutes in the Championship.
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