Whenever it comes to a discussion of the Quakes selling some high performing player, there is always this "we should keep him to show we are serious". That is nonsense. That isn't how the world market for soccer players works. When a player outgrows your team, you sell him. There is barely any more to it than that. The tiers of the soccer world each come with transfer value levels and weekly salary levels, and trying to keep players below their level is silly. Lima was never more than MLS level. Yueill seems like he is, though it isn't clear where he could go. He is hampered by having gone to college, so his age is high. BL.2 teams want to pay a few hundred thousand in transfer fees and JY is worth more. I don't think he is BL quality yet, but he is too old to be a bench guy that they develop. He isn't a fit for what I have seen from the English Championship (long balls and thuggery), though maybe for the right team? If a reasonable offer comes in for JY, and he thinks it is a good fit, the Quakes need to sell him. Being a team known for not taking good transfers is a good way to lose young talent.