Huddersfield Town supporters in the Transfer Tavern are brimming with excitement ahead of their first season in the Premier League.
The Terriers are preparing for life in England’s top flight following David Wagner’s masterful success last season.
Not a single pundit anticipated that Wagner’s side was going to be promoted at the start of last season.
Nonetheless, they defied the odds and achieved their dreams.
Now everyone affiliated with the club is solely concentrating on efforts to maintain Huddersfield’s status as a Premier League team, to do this they must strengthen their ranks.
Their German manager has already concluded deals for five new players and our landlord has identified two targets from Liverpool that they should pursue.
Danny Ward spent the duration of last season on loan at Huddersfield and proved to be a crucial figure in his side’s successful quest for promotion.
To become successful in the Premier League, Huddersfield need a quality goalkeeper, and Danny Ward is the solution.
The Welshman operates as a sweeper keeper of sorts, and his distribution is very impressive.
Additionally, Huddersfield should look to acquire the services of Ben Woodburn on a season-long loan deal.
The Terriers were short of goals last season, Kachunga was their highest scorer with a total of 12 goals.
Laurent Depoitre has already been purchased to provide attacking reinforcement, and the signing of Ben Woodburn would also augment the quality of their attack.
At the age of 17, he has already scored his first Liverpool goal, and he has earnt a call-up to the senior Wales team.
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