Pablo Maffeo - 2017/2018 Performances

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  1. Delphinho

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  3. waspish

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    €7m yeah really in today’s market 20m+ for this lad
     
  4. Easy

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    Girona are currently above Betis on GD.

    Would be a pointless move really and the most promising young Spanish RB is worth much more than €7m.
     
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    Well, if you consider 22 years old young, both Bellerin and Odriozola are better players now. He is two years younger, though.
     
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    Bellerin lol.
     
  7. Delphinho

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    Bellerin is shite, haven`t seen Odriozola, but he has been called up to Spains first team, and Maffeo has not yet, so that might be true
     
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    Bellerin is 23 and has played top flight for years, seems Odriozola also started 15 times last season in La Liga.

    Both are older and have more expierence. Haven’t seen Odriozola but I doubt Bellerin is better, he was a top prospect for a while but has seriously stagnated.
     
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    Odriozola is good but he's a right back who used to be a winger and it shows because like most of his teammates, he can't defend. You'd have to say Maffeo is a better prospect long term.
     
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    As a note, Bellerin is 23 but he is from the 95 generation, and Maffeo from 97.

    Odriozola in the other hand is called for the spainsh national team (in the bench yesterday). In front of Sergio Roberto and co.

    Also, let's rate Bellerin after Wegner is out.
     
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