Manchester City are willing to sell striker Kelechi Iheanacho, but the are bent on inserting a buy-back clause in the contract of the player, if he agrees terms with either Leicester or West Ham who are chasing his signature.
It was reported that coach Pep Guardiola has not totally given up on Iheanacho who has proved himself to be a prolific striker still developing and as such, City may want him back in the future.
He is valued at around £25 million and his buy-back clause will be worth at least another £10 million on top of that sum to the club that signs him.
The buy-back clause is viewed by clubs as a way of City protecting themselves against losing a top promising young players who fall out of favour with the manager of the day. It makes negotiations over a transfer more complex with the buying club having to ensure that they are covered at both ends of the deal.