They’re effectively paying €30m for a day 3 year loan on a young left back who may or may not turn out good. To be honest, if he turns out shite then he’s fecked it. Real won’t want him back and he’ll be stuck at Spurs or move somewhere else.Too early to tell. If let's say he has 3 great years there before he moves again to whichever team, and they make a profit out of it, it will definitely still be considered a success.
I can appreciate both sides - Utd not giving in to a condition they don't want, and Spurs not caring for it since they get a great player to add to their time, however long it may be.