Although we seem to have an existing system of player valuations and release clauses that by default determine a talent’s worth, not all seem to hit the right spot.
Overvaluations and inflation aside, certain players just can’t be given up by their parent clubs- not for all the money in the world.
It certainly appears that it is such a zest that governs the protective manner in which Man Utd guard over De Gea, almost identical to the Spaniard’s own prowess when protecting his goalpost.
And yet, that doesn’t stop Real Madrid from coming along with offer after offer for the world-class shot-stopper, and their most recent one might just make the cut.
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This comes amidst reports that Man Utd are readying a new bumper contract worth £350,000-per-week over the duration of five years for the Spaniard.
Further, with Gareth Bale already seeming surplus to requirements with the La Liga giants, it comes as no surprise that he tops the list.
While the Red Devils could potentially do well by signing him in view of Sanchez’s lack of impact, is the Welshman worth parting ways with the goalkeeper that more often than not…