Cash just might help solve a couple of problems. He can tackle, gets his head up and can carry the ball forward before picking a decent pass.
Is Cash supposed to be a superior or further-developed version of Grant? Or are they completely different types of player?
Or perhaps it might make him think..."better cash in as soon as possible, as much as possible, because so many things can go wrong and talent is no guarantee."I would honestly recommend any kid take the biggest deal on the table at any time. Fail at the top and you have somewhere to drop to. Fail at the bottom and nobody will remember you or pay your bills.It's only idiot football fans that could really believe it's better to stay in a sh!thole backwater on crap pay, because it's better for your career.In the vast majority of cases it's nothing like.
Not to mention, the standard of coaching provided at an established top flight club will almost certainly be far superior to that of your average Football League team. Are you going to improve more as a player by playing first team football against lower league cloggers, or by playing reserve football with Premier League and international standard players?