Clynes been brilliant this season and his stats speak for themselves. With his contract running out and the new quota coming in it seems a no brainer.
When you have British talents available and of decent quality, should be first port of call for me.
Seen very little of Danilo but you'd probably talking 30m ish rather spend most of our money elsewhere.
Not for me, stats can be misleading more often than not. He has pace and is very young but some other aspects of his game are fairly average, like his short range passes for instance which is the parameter very important for van Gaal.
I'd much rather Coleman than Clyne speaking of British players, but I didn't see us being in danger over new quota. Maybe I'm wrong?
We aren't in danger but with it coming in its good keep in front with it and of late we have been adding foreign first teamers to the squad and in the summer probably will do again.
I think it's good to keep a balance, keep improving British talent. Stats combined with the human eye usually gives a good overall judgement, he's been a big part of Sotons success and defensive protection. Every player has there pros and cons but Clyne is more defensively astute than Coleman, attacking wise he can improve. It's been Rafa's defensive liabilities and naivity that have given us problems over the years.
Wouldn't mind Coleman either though, both at a similar level, ready for the next step.
England were average to poor first half, as was he.
Darmian caused him problems on a few occasions, England not learning from last time left him free. He had the pace to recover though, going forward and forward passes he was poor that's the side of his game he needs to improve.
Came off at half time for Walker who didn't fair any better.