The stunning 16 Leeds United transfer clauses in Chelsea, Newcastle, Celtic deals - according to FM2024
There's always a lot more to a transfer deal than meets the eye and Leeds United supporters normally only ever see the basic details of business completed by the clubs. Tense boardroom discussions can also lead to small but important clauses being put in place when papers are being signed and fees finalised between clubs.
More often than not, fans aren't privy to these details but popular sports game Football Manager 24 can give an idea of the type of clauses sought out by clubs. The hit series sees its latest edition released this month but some players who pre-ordered have been granted early access.
Here are the clauses FM24 predicts could be in the contracts of 16 Leeds United players - these are predictions from the game and not necessarily facts.
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The banner flourished in the Gallowgate End before kick off was unequivocal: “We don’t surrender,” it read. Had the Manchester United fans been so inclined, they could have responded with a sign which encompassed the attitude of several of their players on the St James’ Park pitch: “We don’t compete.”