They should stop now so I doubt they will change their tune, our record signing is the lowest fee of all the top 6(joint with Spurs?). My point was I myself have pointed out that selling clubs and agents share as much of the blame for market inflation(through greed), will they wake up to this if City finally make a fortune by selling a prize asset? If this transfer happens like that(although I'd like him to stay, are people forgetting he's got a City tattoo on his back?) I hope they do because maybe UEFA will address agents and selling clubs, it doesn't benefit City that the prices are so high that's for sure. It would also confirm what massive hypocrites they are, by only waking up to it when they have a chance to criticise City for something, yet again.