The ‘relegation bargain bucket bonanza’ has become a bit of a tradition in football (still needs some work on the title, admittedly).
No sooner has a club had the dreaded letter ‘R’ placed beside them on the league table do the vultures begin to circle, in the hope of picking off their top talents at a cut-price.
With Norwich City, Watford and Bournemouth all condemned to life back in the second tier, a whole host of their best players are already being linked with – or have already completed in some cases - moves back to the Premier League.
However, one name which has attracted very little attention is Watford’s Ben Foster.
The former England man has been a standout performer for the Hornets since his arrival in 2018, producing consistently week after week.
At 37 he’s undoubtedly entering the twilight of his career, however, his performances last season proved he’s still got a lot to offer in England’s top tier.
Source : 90min