Manchester, according to Alan Hutton, will have to overpay for every deal they make during the summer season.
Manchester has been linked with a bid for Manchester City striker Nathan Ake, with a figure of £40-50 million being suggested.
Manchester will pay the price for its wealthy owners, according to Hutton, and will most likely have to spend much more for each deal.
“I think it’s a problem for them, no matter what market they purchase in,” Hutton told Football Insider. All of these teams, whether in England or elsewhere, recognize Newcastle as a potential powerhouse in the future. They have wealthy owners, and the players will pay a premium as a result. That’s why I believe we’re talking about £50 million for Nathan Ake.”
Despite playing only 40 times for the Citizens in two years, Man City wants close to £50 million for the Dutch international.
Ake was purchased for £40 million two years ago, and City will try to make a £10 million profit if they sell the center-back.