Manchester City may be regretting their decision to let Jamie Bynoe-Gittens leave for Borussia Dortmund as the German side are now ‘guaranteed’ a huge profit margin on him.

That’s according to BILD, who cover the player today and Dortmund’s increasing confidence of him becoming a big-money departure down the line.

They cover how Bynoe-Gittens is currently ‘enchanting the entire BVB’ with his performances, having excelled in the 4-2 win against Gladbach and then almost single-handedly dismantled AC Milan in the Champions League.

That’s got the German side dreaming of their next €100m sale, and perhaps even the biggest sale in the club’s history if things go to plan.

The deal for Bynoe-Gittens is certainly looking like ‘an absolute bargain’ after they paid just €90,000 to get him from Manchester City in 2022.

That money was compensation rather than a transfer fee but with him now valued at €18m and it ‘rising sharply’ there is the potential of a mega profit down the line. Even at this stage they are ‘guaranteed’ a huge profit margin on the player.

It’s raising questions as to why Manchester City let him go in the first place, but BILD explain that the decision was made because of his injury problems earlier in his career.

They had left him unable to train for a long time and his fitness deteriorated, so City decided to let him leave as they ‘no longer had any use for him’.

Dortmund moved quickly to get him and did for the aforementioned €90,000, before then setting U19 coach Mike Turnbull the task of getting him fit again and honing his game for the first team.

That is something he achieved and he’s now a bonafide first-team star, something which is already seeing his value sky rocket and surely leading to some disappointment at Manchester City.