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“A ridiculous price tag on his head”- Some Blues fans are rather concerned about Hogan’s future

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These Blues fans have been discussing the future of Scott Hogan.

And given the form that he’s on right now, and seeing as the rest of the squad aren’t exactly pulling up trees when it comes to putting the ball in the back of the net since he’s joined the club, it’s not as if there’s a lot else going on for them to talk about.

Hogan was at it again on the weekend, as he scored twice to help the Blues grab a point away to Queens Park Rangers and extend the club’s unbeaten run in all competitions to thirteen games in all competitions.

And it’s that run of form that has got a number of fans starting to feel a little bit anxious about whether or not the club will be able to keep hold of him in the summer.

Will Hogan be a Blue next year?





Sparked off by a tweet from @tpfo_football in which he felt like an Aston Villa relegation would be the death knell for Hogan’s time at St Andrew’s, it left a number of fans talking about the relevant finances that would be involved in a deal like this.

Let’s just hope that our finances don’t get in the way of things.

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  • pete ham says:

    a fee would have usually been agreed before the loan, just in case the player is a huge success…

    • Ijaz says:

      He has had less than 10 good games in 3 years. He has flopped badly at 3 different clubs. Buying clubs will look at this and think he maybe a risky buy. He does not fit Villas system and losing out on say £5m and paying £1.5m in wages for someone not in their plans makes no business sense. Their fans may love not selling to us in spite but to their owners it’s £6.5m down the toilet.

      If Villa set the figure too high then they risk no buyers and an unhappy player on their hands who just run downs his contract and leaves on a free the following summer.

  • WayCoolBlue says:

    Should be able to get in for 3m to 3.5 million. We are paying 75% of his wait he’s on 55k week. So that would lower the asking price.

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