Transfer Fee in Excess of £30 Million and Wages of £200,000 Per Week Is a Lot...
Alright the title is simplistic, but in a monetary climate as driven as it is by value and getting the most out of your spend, all clubs—except Man City—must set a boundary. Even the very biggest clubs need to know when their ceiling is reached.
United noted the flaw in their side, primed their target, but ultimately the target priced himself out of a move.
The financial burden that Wesley Sneijder's transfer would have set to Manchester United is an unstable one amidst a plethora of positive financial reports coming out of the club.
Sneijder's move to Old Trafford, would have been reminiscent of an aging aristocrat purchasing a diamond necklace for his long-time spouse. It is a luxury, an item that is desired, but in the scheme of things not necessarily needed. And as is the case with all luxuries too much is too much.
Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson's aging spouse, will have to wait for her diamond Sneijder until he is put on the sale rail.
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