‘It’s gonna be a problem for them’ – Hutton predicts bad transfer news for Manchester United ahead of De Jong Announcement
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.