Manchester City have made the decision to sell young center-back Tosin Adarabioyo to Fulham in a deal that will see the Citizens receive up to £ 2million and given his recent performances for Scott Parker’s team, it looks like they may have let him go far too easily.
The 23-year-old has made 24 appearances for Fulham in the Premier League this season, with an impressive average Score of 6.92 for its performance.
Although the West London team have had a rocky start to the campaign, they have given themselves a real chance to stand after losing just twice in their last 10 games, including home losses to the top four prospects at Leicester City and Tottenham.
Adarabioyo played an important role in this improvement in form, as Fulham succeeded six clean sheets in these 10 games, including shutouts in impressive away wins against Everton and Liverpool.
Was Adarabioyo let go too easily?
The 6-foot-5 center-back has already seen his value increase to £ 4.5 million on Transfermarkt, and you imagine that will only increase if Fulham stays up this season, and he continues to impress on Parker’s side.
Considering that City have at times persisted with Eric Garcia this season, despite himself refusal of a new contract and agree to join Barcelona at the end of the season, it seems odd that they are willing to keep him on the team while getting rid of Adarabioyo for such a small fee.
The former England U19 international was touted for great things in City and would keep doing just eight appearances for the Citizens first team, as well as loan spells at West Brom and Blackburn Rovers in the championship.
So it seems disconcerting that City’s sporting director Txiki Begiristain is willing to let him go for such a low price this summer, as he is only 23 and if he continues to play in the Premier League you can imagine a lot. more in the future.