SV Wehen Wiesbaden
In case you haven’t gathered the theme of this slideshow yet, I’m looking for creativity and goals and I’m looking for it cheap. With that as the primary parameter here, we turn to Daniel-Kofi Kyereh, the creative attacking midfielder who does a lot of promising things pretty damn well.
For starters, he’s a set-piece wizard, so if we do lose our own set-piece wizard in Daniel Caligiuri, we may be replacing like for like, even if that isn’t the primary draw here.
The primary draw is that Kyereh is an instigator. He’s a dribbler, he knows how to handle himself in space, and he likes to make things happen. Of course, those things don’t always pan out, but when things get stale, he’s willing to try new things. He’s willing to take defenders on or play a thoughtful ball through the lines.
How useful would that be to Schalke? Again, Amine Harit is the man, but the man needs sidekicks, and you can do far worse than Kyereh in the sidekick department.