He's not the only player who will be thinking about getting out, most of them will be checking their options so it's no biggy.
He's one of our "better" players but that's not saying much as there's a reason we have been bottom since October, we have the worst squad I've ever seen since I stepped into VP in the late 60's.
In the odd moments I can be bothered to consider who would be worth keeping Okore is 50/50 for me, his knee is a major concern.
I would wait as long as possible before attempting to offer him a new contract because of the knee injury as it still appears to be a problem for him to manage.
i thinks a case of sat here now would you take it and i dont see how the answer could be no, obviously everyone would rather be safe by then and enjoy the celebration
i didnt realise that before, newcastle have spurs at home, if we go in to the last game of the season with us and newcastle both needing a win to stay up and spurs and arsenal both needing a win to win the league then yeah thats the best end to a season ever
with swansea at home to man city too
and ranieri potentially winning the league away at chelsea