Nationals will make an offer as a last resort before any trade

Trade rumors about Juan Soto began flying after he turned down a $440 million bid from the Nationals, but Washington will reportedly make one last try.

On Saturday the MLB world was rocked with Juan Soto Rumor and reports have suggested the 23-year-old star turned down a 15-year-old $440m bid from the Washington Nationals, which was then to result in the club – one known for shying away from Stars to separate – explored trading options.

However, before you proceed to find out the best fits for Juan Soto from the other 29 teams in baseball, you might want to hit the brakes.

MLB insider Hector Gomez reported early Sunday morning that the Nationals weren’t done negotiating with Soto. Instead, they make the superstar right fielder one last offer and if he doesn’t take it, he’s traded.

Juan Soto rumours: Nationals make one last offer before Superstar swap

While the $440 million figure looks astronomical, it’s actually a low ball offer for a player as young as Soto and with his immense talent. This is a player who is already among the best in baseball and still has room for improvement.

Unfortunately, that’s a given at the Nationals. Whether it was Bryce Harper, Max Scherzer, or others, they routinely tried to play hardball and not pay market value to keep their stars. And obviously that’s come back to bite her once or twice.

We don’t know what the final offer will be in a last-ditch effort to keep Soto, but unless they get right, he won’t be with the Nationals much longer, even if he isn’t before the May 2 MLB trade deadline Traded August. Nationals will make an offer as a last resort before any trade

John Verrall

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