"HammerMan2004" I've read that Celta are trying to be "honourable" to their deal with Valencia.
Think I've seen similar stuff, but still doesn't sound particularly likely. "Business willingly turns down tens of millions of Euros in order to honour a non-binding agreement" all sounds rather implausible (though not completely out of the question, I suppose).
Perhaps there's some other chicanery going on that we're not aware of. Could get even more interesting, this one.
This is why everything we hear has to be filtered, but to complicate matters in all honesty even the filters can only do so much, there are just so many conflicting factors involved with 4 or so 'combatants' involved.
Celta clearly want for their own purposes to stay in Valencias good books, hell they need the player they expect in exchange. So everything from them is in support of that and the preferred deal no matter what is happening deep down.
The Agents want to earn the biggest amount of money and create a situation where their player will best market/display his skills to help in the next big sale which like it or not may be only a season away. England is probably better for that than Spain due to the number of eventual suitors taking note from their point of view as there will be 6 or so here plus the top two in Spain if he ever gets near their standard anyway which is the worry for the agents I suspect if he stays there with a potentially lower profile. So its not just about present profits.
The player wants.... well who knows in the end when you mingle all the factors that include both head and heart.
This may have a bit to run yet especially if sully is controlling the cash deposit.