Saints Linked With New Record Signing ! If They Stay Up !
Tuesday, 1st May 2018 11:06
According to press reports Saints are planning to revamp their squad and when and if safety is assured they will break their transfer record.
Saints are being linked with a £20 million move for Celta Vigo's Pione Sisto, the wide man came to the club's attention a couple of seasons ago when he played in both games in the Europa League for FC Midtjylland when they knocked Saints out.
Saints monitored the player but chose not to make a move when the player moved from Denmark to Spain to join Celta Vigo in the summer of 2016 for 5 million euros.
Saints are of course hampered in any negotiations at the moment in that what division they will be playing in is unclear and until their fate is sorted they can't plan changes to the playing squad.
But rumours of this sort are commonplace at this time of year as agents look to get their clients into the marketplace and alert club's to the fact that they might be available.
Personally I would rather see us linked to a decent central defender than more attacking players.
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