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All three of these guys are big pieces for our team and all are out of contract at the end of the season.
 
Ive posted a chart detailing their last three seasons salary and I expect all to be in the 200k+ zone if we keep them all.
 
 
                         2015              2016                 2017           2018
Sean Davis       97,500         107,500            127,500         140,833
Tyler Adams        N/A          81,041.67         91,041.67       101,041.67
Tim Parker      78,750         84,750             99,600            108,550
 
 
Where do these three end up on Jan 1 2019?
 
Will these negotiations have a negative impact on our season? 

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Only scary one there is Adams, since there's the very real risk that he'll walk for nothing if he's not sold this summer. Hopefully he's more accommodating than Miazga was signing an extension, even with the full support of NY to facilitate a transfer when he's ready.

 

Parker may end up with TAM money but it's hard to think he'd have signed with us without the intention of a long term deal.

 

Davis making around $200k sounds right.



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All three of these guys are big pieces for our team and all are out of contract at the end of the season.
 
Ive posted a chart detailing their last three seasons salary and I expect all to be in the 200k+ zone if we keep them all.
 
 

200K+ is an admittedly wide range; I'd expect Parker/Adams to command multiples of 200k due to market forces. Davis in the 150-200k range seems fair as well.



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parker will get a TAM contract. maybe Adams too, then yr after, make him Young DP.


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There is no way Adams re-signs for anything less than a young DP deal...and we would be silly to not offer our best prospect since Miazga a young DP contract. It probably won't guarantee he stays more than 1-2 years, but it's better than letting him walk for free. 



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Adams young DP Parker tam Davis 250

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Adams should command a $10 million transfer. Give him young DP deal. End of story.

 

Parker wants 400-500K. Judging by what I have seen, his play fits the bill. He's one of the center backs in the league. With that said, so is his partner in crime. 

 

Davis is the much harder one to project.... 


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Adams should command a $10 million transfer. Give him young DP deal. End of story.

 

Parker wants 400-500K. Judging by what I have seen, his play fits the bill. He's one of the center backs in the league. With that said, so is his partner in crime. 

 

Davis is the much harder one to project.... 

Parker was offered that much in Vancouver, what makes you think he would take it here where that much $ doesn't get you nearly as much? Just cuz he loves NY or RB?


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Yeah, I'd think that they sign Parker to a TAM deal in the $600-750k range.

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Sell Adams. Re-sign Parker. Don't really care about Davis.



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Sell Adams.  Re-sign Parker at all costs.  Would very much like to keep Davis too.  Has improved this year.



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Sell Adams. Re-sign Parker. Don't really care about Davis.


Selling Adams means he's gone at midseason. That feels like a bad idea.

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Selling Adams means he's gone at midseason. That feels like a bad idea.

 

Would be extremely rough to lose the asset for nothing.  But thinking some type of deal that leaves him here for the rest of the MLS season.



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This seems pretty straightforward.

Resign Parker for whatever he wants.

If Adams is keen on staying bump him into a DP deal otherwise sell now because you dont want him to walk on a free.

Davis deserves a nice raise too, but we should be able to handle that.

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Parker was offered that much in Vancouver, what makes you think he would take it here where that much $ doesn't get you nearly as much? Just cuz he loves NY or RB?

I thought Vancouver wasn't willing to accomodate a bump 400-500K. If it it takes an extra 100K to get this done per year, seems like it will be worth it.


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