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Paul Warne must sign ‘unbelievable’ Craig Forsyth upgrade this summer, he’ll cost nothing



In order to prepare for their comeback to the Championship, Derby County will need to recruit a “unbelievable” upgrade for the seasoned Craig Forsyth.

Derby has returned to the Championship two years following their relegation.

On Saturday, they defeated Carlisle United 2-0 to clinch their fate, which prompted to wild celebrations on the field at halftime.

Paul Warne will start making arrangements for the upcoming campaign, and Pride Park should see a hectic summer as the contracts of twelve players are about to expire.

A number of players, notably left-back Craig Forsyth, who has been a tremendous asset to the football team, may be saying farewell to the Rams.

Craig Forsyth’s employment status

In July 2013, Derby acquired Forsyth from Watford for an estimated £150,000.

According to Transfermarkt, the seasoned Scotsman has amassed 340 appearances in black and white, with 10 goals and 29 assists.

It will be a sad day when Forsyth leaves the club, which could happen this summer. He is a steady player who is a fan favorite at Pride Park because of his longevity and magical left foot.

The 35-year-old’s contract expires in June, and by moving up to the Championship, his earnings might be better utilized by an upgrade.

Giving the veteran a contract, even one that is only temporary, doesn’t seem feasible given his age, injury history, and second-tier play.Darren Ferguson, Manager of Peterborough United and Harrison Burrows of Peterborough United with the EFL Trophy after the Bristol Street Motors Tro...

Derby County should sign Harrison Burrows as a Craig Forsyth upgrade

Harrison Burrows, who had a tremendous season at Peterborough United, will be in high demand this summer.

Despite switching from being a winger to an offensive left-back this season, the 22-year-old has still been a menace in the final third, with six goals and 14 assists in League One.

Just one Derby standoutIn the third tier, Nathaniel Mendez-Laing has provided more assists (16) than Burrows, and Darren Ferguson has praised his “unbelievable” effect down the left.

An unidentified Championship club made a bid for the young player in January, but Peterborough turned it down. With the Englishman’s contract expiring in June, interest in him will only grow.

The Rams should sign left-back after he puts up such ridiculous stats, like a goal and an assist against Derby.

His ability to play as a wing-back or in a four-man defense makes him an excellent match for their interchanging system.

Burrows would contend with Louie Sibley, the current starter, for a spot in the starting lineup, providing Derby with two strong left-handed options heading into the Championship.

It will be challenging for the Rams to convince him to sign, of course, given the majority of the second tier is searching for a deal, but he is a player they should be considering as a long-term Forsyth replacement.



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