Losing both for nothing would be an absolute catastrophe so unless they put pen to paper on contract extensions in the summer, then one of them should definitely be departing.

They may not generate too much for either player but if they can make £15m from Berge’s sale or £20m from Ndiaye’s departure, it seems sensible for them to cash in.

Not only would that prevent them from losing both for nothing, but it would also give them the opportunity to spend more in the transfer market and that will be important considering Heckingbottom doesn’t have a huge budget at his disposal.