Usmanov isn't part of our football club, he's someone unrelated to it with no shares, so if we say it's costs x or y millions for something and he pays it then more power to us.
I don't see how the premier League can penalise us for making a good deal even if it's a bad deal for the person stumping up that cash.
As a club it's our right to make good deals that benefit the club to the maximum financial gain possible, and that's what we're doing. Can't see any way the Pemier League can penalise is for that, just because the businessman in question is mates with our owner... There's no law against rinsing your mate in a deal, we want £30m and he's willing to pay it? That's good business!