Top 5 PB:
128, 117, 105, 92, 72
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Ibrahima Diallo is a central midfielder for Brest. Diallo is a very hard-working player who constantly roams midfield attempting to find space to receive the ball when Brest are in possession making an impressive 49 passes per 90. When out of possession, Diallo works hard to try and retrieve the ball making 1.89 tackles and 1.57 interceptions per 90. When on the ball, Diallo is strong at dribbling with a very high 88.8% success rate on the 1.41 dribbles attempted per 90. Although Diallo is strong at progressing up the pitch with the ball at his feet, he will often prefer to pass and he does have strong vision. Diallo struggles in the final third as his shooting is fairly poor and he is not particularly creative, this is shown in his lack of goals this season (0 goals and 1 assist in 19). Diallo does not suit the PB matrix very well, but could possibly win matchday dividends on match days with few teams playing as his involvement in games is likely to lead to higher PB average scores in the future. Whilst at Brest, Diallo appears very unlikely to earn matchday dividends, but his prospects for earning matchday dividends could improve in the future if he secures a transfer. If a transfer was to go ahead, it could possibly lead to Diallo earning media dividends, though this will depend on if Diallo moves and where to.
1 Year Price Graph
Ibrahima Diallo was IPO'd at £0.60 on 13/11/19. Diallo's price has grown since and currently sits at £0.76 with an instant sell price of £0.49. Diallo appears unlikely to earn match day dividends in the future and so may not be such strong value at his current price. Diallo has gained tenuous transfer links and if any transfer links were to develop it could lead to his wide spread tightening and his price possibly increasing. Diallo has been linked to Arsenal and Leicester City. If Diallo does not move, then his price is likely to remain fairly stagnant or even drop further due to his very low chance of earning match day dividends. Overall, Diallo has shown a lot of quality for his age and price, but his failure to suit the PB matrix means he is unlikely to hit the PB scores needed to earn match day dividends and so he may not be such a valuable hold, unless he can improve considerably in the future.
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