Many footballers wholly depend on their agents when it comes to a matter of transfers, contract extension and pay rise in their sports career. It is very common for a footballer to say they will have to consult their agents before any bargaining is done between them and the team.
However, did you know Kevin De Bruyne never used an agent to negotiate his contract extension at Manchester City
He was able to show City, through data collected, his enduring value to the team as their most influential player, and used this to negotiate a significant pay-rise under the terms of the new deal.
This is what is referred to as Football and education. Kevin De Bruyne as all Manchester City fans will attest has been an instrumental player in the team. He has led the team to win many cups and his influence on the club has negotiated for him.
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