Ferran’s contract ends on June 30, 2021, and Manchester City told Valencia that they would not pay more than €35 million, plus some additions related to the goals.
Man City reached an agreement with Ferran
Manchester City are determined to sign Valencia winger Ferran Torres, but they have made it clear to Los Che that they will not pay beyond the odds for a 20-year-old. Ferran’s contract ends on June 30, 2021, and Manchester City told Valencia that they would not pay more than €35 million, plus some additions related to the goals. The English club reached an agreement with the Spaniard and now must negotiate a fee with Valencia. In any other case, this amount will be considered much lower than the market value. However, the situation with his contract means that Valencia no longer in control. Ferran has rejected several offers for the deal from the club, and Valencia knows that they must sell him this summer to get any financial benefit from his departure.
The current release clause of the winger is €100 million. The amount that Mateu Alemany put into his contract in 2018 to contain Real Madrid and Barcelona. It gave Valencia some protection, but the duration of the deal was short, as has now been demonstrated. The problem is that Los Che are also striving to balance their books. While the club has budgeted €45 million from Ferran’s sale. However, they will have to do at least twice as much as a result of not participating in the Champions League next year. What upsets Valencia is that Manchester City are ready to pay only a fixed price of €35 million, while the club prepared to invest part of the €47 million that they made from the sale of Leroy Sane to Bayern Munich.