Anti-United clause inserted into Brahim Diaz Contract

Brahim Diaz
LEICESTER, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 19: Brahim Diaz of Manchester City in action during the Carabao Cup Quarter-Final match between Leicester City and Manchester City at The King Power Stadium on December 19, 2017 in Leicester, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Spanish giants Real Madrid have completed the signing of young Brahim Diaz and he is set to be unveiled at the Bernabeu on Monday according to reports.

English publication, The Telegraph via Managing Madrid, has reported on an “Anti-United” clause within the player’s new contract.

The clause stipulates that; If in the future, Real Madrid opted to sell the young starlet, Manchester City would be assured a percentage of that profit—15%. If the club that is purchasing happens to be Manchester United, than that sell-on clause skyrockets to 40%.

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Madrid will reportedly purchase the youngster along the sell on clause at €15 million pounds for six and half seasons and it is expected that the announcement of his signing will be made after the Real Sociedad match.

Pundits believe Madrid could have negotiated a better deal with Manchester City as the player is expected to be out of contract this summer. It is yet unclear if he will feature for Madrid or be sent out on loan for development.