RIP MG ZR 03-13
Even in todays market £32million is a lot!! It would be a British transfer record and the 4th biggest ever.for a 23 year old, one of the best players in the world, not really all that much in todays market when players like barry are being touted for 18 mill!
One of the best players in the world????for a 23 year old, one of the best players in the world, not really all that much in todays market when players like barry are being touted for 18 mill!
Did the option expire after a certain period rendering the fee to make the deal permanent higher?where has this 32million come from? as far as i know its a newspaper story and the writer no doubt got the fee from his shirt number.
when he signed for the club it was a 2 year loan at a cost of £5mil a season, and then the option to make it permanent for an extra £15million, making £25mill. I don't see why this would have changed, and nothing official (as far as i know) has confirmed the facts of this report - so its likely to be absolute rubbish.
While I see where you're coming from, nothing in the Tevez deal can be taken at face value. So... the two-year loan could concievably include an option that lasts for (say) a year at one price, beyond which the cost of the option - and, lest we forget, commission due to the grubby scumbag who negotiated the deal, increases.well a '2 year initial loan deal with a view to a permanent move' strongly suggests that period is 2 years.
The way he played in the charity shield was amazing, ran for every ball, tackled, good team work, voted man of the matchman utd dont even need him i think! their good enough!