He made 31 Premiership appearances last season, although the Dons did loan him out to Dundee for the latter half of the term. Whilst at Dens Park, Wright netted three times.
Aberdeen are willing to sell the 22-year-old to whoever coughs up £500k. At that price, should the Red Army be so quick to flog Wright?
If Aberdeen can get £500k for Wright now that’d be excellent business
Wright is a great young player. He has good dribbling ability and seemingly has pace to burn. He showed at Dundee last year he could be a star, but this season at Pittodrie may prove challenging for him.
He has only started twice so far this season and it has been in games where Derek McInnes has made a few changes to his side. The winger failed to make Aberdeen’s latest squad for the match against Kilmarnock.
In his two starts and cameo appearances, Wright has blown hot and cold. Against Chikhura he looked hungry and caused problems, eventually scoring in a 5-0 rout after some lovely team play.
Against St Mirren though he was poor, going almost anonymous throughout the game. He has ability, but Wright’s incosistnecy has prevented him from making regular Dons starts.
At £500k Aberdeen should sell him. That’s a very good offer for someone who likely won’t start many games this term. It’ll be substitute appearances for the most part.
Wright would get the chance to start games elsewhere and McInnes would have some decent money to replace him with. At clubs like the Ipswich and Sunderland, who aren’t small clubs, it also may prove tempting for Wright.
The 22-year-old represents good potential, but at £500k, the Dons should cash in on the attacker.