Brahim Diaz to Real Madrid: Man City insert anti-Man United clause – sources

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Leroy Sane scored the winner in Man City's win over Liverpool and also delves into his battle with Trent Alexander-Arnold. Brahim Diaz has a clause in his contract that means Manchester City will receive more money if Real Madrid sell him to their rivals Manchester United, sources have told ESPN FC.
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City will also receive 15 percent of any sell-on fee although the Premier League champions have inserted…

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