The January transfer window is now open, and Manchester United are clearly intent on bringing in some new faces. One man who has popped up on the radars of a few top clubs at the moment is Stoke City’s Bojan Krkic, who reportedly has a £10million release clause in his contract.
However, according to Guillem Balague of Sky Sports, although that release clause is true, it only comes in effect if Stoke City are relegated which obviously isn’t going to happen anytime soon.
Blague went on to say that despite that, there are a whole host of top clubs eyeing the signature of the ex-Barcelona man. The La Liga expert also added that Manchester United and Chelsea have both had scouts at recent Stoke City games to keep an eye on his progress ahead of a potential bid.
Bojan has a buy out clause for £10m BUT only if Stoke goes down. FCB not looking at him. Scouts of MUFC, Chelsea and Valencia been 2 see him
— Guillem Balague (@GuillemBalague) January 5, 2016