Coach Sorton frustrated by a possible departure from the core.
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhüttl expressed regret over the transfer market situation.
Southampton has long been called a prospect report. This is because countless young resources have grown and made a name for themselves.
Alan Shearer, Gareth Bale, Tio Walcott, Luke Shaw, Adam Lalana and Callum Chambers played for Southampton Youth before moving to a big club.
It was also full of quasi-professional resources. With his excellent scouting ability, he brought players from various countries and raised them with good resources and resold them with huge funds.
These included players such as Sadio Mane, Virgil van Dyke, Pierre Emil Hoivier and Dejan Robren.
Through this, he secured funds and created a virtuous cycle of recruiting players again.
Southampton has emerged as a mid-level English Premier League (EPL) leader in the process. It is a club that still has quality squads, drawing attention from big clubs.
He succeeded in securing the club’s reputation and financial stability, but there were clear difficulties.
Key players are sold every season and the club needs to be constantly reorganized.
The directors had a hard time. The same is true. director currently holding the baton to a hasenhwiteul Hasenhüttl came to Southampton in 2018 and was leading the team successfully,
but last season, he performed poorly due to player departure and frequent injuries.
The departure of key Southampton resources is also predicted this summer.
Danny Ince and Yannick Vestergor are the main characters.
They are targeted at recruiting teams called EPL Big 6. James Wardfrauss and Michael Obafemi are also embroiled in rumors of a transfer.
No plans have been made to recruit players accordingly.
“It’s really hard to extend contracts with players these days,” Hasenhüttl told the British “Talk Sports” on the 1st.
Some players are thinking of leaving the team without a transfer fee.
“I understand, but I think it will be a big blow to small clubs that operate on transfer fee income like Southampton,” he said.
“Recently, players’ minds have changed a lot. Rather than staying in the club for a long time and becoming a legend, he often transfers for his honor.
It is important to accept this and find players who really want to stay in Southampton and are willing to devote themselves.
Recruitment is also needed. In particular, defense reinforcement is urgently needed. “We should not follow in the same footsteps as last season,” he said.