Man City overlooked a significant opportunity in the transfer of Cole Palmer

According to reports, Manchester City overlooked a significant opportunity in the transfer of their academy graduate, Cole Palmer, to Chelsea, despite the hefty price tag of £42.5 million. The absence of a sell-on clause in Palmer’s summer move to Stamford Bridge, as highlighted by The Daily Mail, means that Chelsea stands to benefit financially from the soaring transfer value of the player.

Manchester City’s decision to forego a sell-on clause, despite Palmer’s limited three Premier League starts before his transfer to Chelsea, was initially perceived as a decent bargain, securing a guaranteed £40 million payout from the move. However, City might now be reconsidering their stance, given Palmer’s impressive performances for Chelsea in the league.

In recent years, Manchester City has reaped tens of millions of pounds from deals involving former players such as Jadon Sancho, Pedro Porro, and Romeo Lavia. The 21-year-old Palmer, now showcasing his skills for Chelsea, is set to feature in their upcoming match against Newcastle United on Saturday, November 25.

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