So far, the January transfer window has been a roaring success for struggling Huddersfield Town.
In Emile Smith-Rowe, The Terriers have got their teeth into one of the most exciting young attackers the Premier League has to offer while Andy King and Richard Stearman, who have arrived from Leicester and Sheffield United respectively, provide quality and experience at this level.
But all their good work could be for nothing if Karlan Grant, Huddersfield’s top scorer and talisman, is spirited away by West Bromwich Albion before the month comes to an end.
If the £10 million-rated Grant has found the net 12 times in an often toothless Terriers side, imagine the havoc he could wreak alongside Matheus Pereira, Matt Phillips and co in the division’s most creative attack.
But with Huddersfield just four points above the drop zone and fearing a second successive relegation, reports suggesting Grant could be on his way are far from welcome.
Honestly if we sell Grant for a figure between 10-15m... Town are doing it all wrong.— Elliott (@elliotthtafc) January 15, 2020
There’s always a premium on talented young English talent for a start... #htafc
Should be looking closer to a Maupay figure (and beyond!) than a Che Adams one.— Elliott (@elliotthtafc) January 15, 2020
Grant has shown that he bag in the Prem, that makes him less of a gamble than Maupay or Adams in a way, even though, they’re much more proven at Championship level #htafc
Not liking the sound of the Grant rumours, cos knowing town will let him go on deadline day with no replacement #htafc— Danny Hey (@DHey93) January 15, 2020
£20m— David Baxter (@DAVMAGPOL) January 15, 2020
Just give us enough to buy the Peterborough front three and we'll be fine— WigglesFT (@FtWiggles) January 15, 2020
....please don't leave
We'd like to think so, but let's be honest - he's been our best goalscorer, so he's bound to go— Lee Robinson ♠ (@bilbobarneybobs) January 15, 2020
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