The message suggests the player’s mother could claim £1 million if he agreed to sign from Nantes. McKay then tells Sala that Neil Warnock had “fallen in love with you” because the Argentine was a “typical English centre-forward, like Drogba or Alan Shearer”.
McKay added in the letter: “It is said that you did not want to go to Cardiff. It is probably our fault because we have said in the media that other clubs like West Ham, Everton, etc were interested in order to create an interest around you.”
McKay suggests he can eventually get Sala a move to “Manchester, Liverpool, Chelsea, and Liverpool” should he sign for Cardiff. He wrote on Jan 8: “We are not interested in personal affairs; finances, holidays, baby-sitting, that is not our business.”
McKay referenced the multi-million pound deals that his family had been involved in, adding: “We make transfers! More than 600 until today, from Didier Drogba, to (Nicolas) Anelka, (Dimitri) Payet, (Jean Michael) Seri, (Andre-Frank Zambo) Anguissa. Let us introduce you to the way we operate and how we came to this Cardiff City saga.