It goes both ways. We’ll find it hard to bring in players for the same reason we’re finding it hard to shift players. This is a stagnant market which is why the economic gymnastics many of us are attempting don’t actually work.$25 million is not Iwobi level great but its not highway robbery either. IMO its reasonable. We have to sell our good players like Willock, because we can't sell our bad players unfortunately. $25 million for a youth player in a covid market is a success story IMO.