Sporting defender Pedro Poro’s joining Tottenham, which was on the verge of collapse, is on the verge of being dramatically concluded.
On the 31st (Korean time), Poro left Sporting’s hometown, Lisbon, Portugal, and arrived in London, England. He plans to officially join Tottenham after undergoing a medical test on the 31st or the 1st of next month.
The prisoner’s transfer went through many twists and turns.
Initially, Tottenham tried to fit a player for 31 million euros (41.4 billion won) as a transfer fee for a prisoner, but decided to pay 45 million euros (60.1 billion won), the buyout amount, when Sporting objected.
However, on the 30th, the negotiations were in danger of being broken as Sporting, who belatedly noticed that the prisoner’s buyout clause lasted until the 15th in this winter transfer market, and wanted an additional payment of the transfer fee. 온라인바카라
Fortunately, Tottenham continued last-minute negotiations with Sporting, and the transfer was completed as the prisoner also had Kang-su, who did not attend Sporting club training.
However, the transfer fee seems to have risen more from 45 million euros.
According to the leading Portuguese media, Hekord, Tottenham first leased the captive for 5 million euros (approximately 6.7 billion won) for six months, and then added 42.5 million euros (56.8 billion won) to Sporting immediately after the end of the 2022/23 season as an official transfer fee. give. The contract period for prisoners of war is until June 30, 2028.
Tottenham also gave up on receiving 50% of the transfer fee when Marcus Edwards, who moved from Tottenham to Guimaeras in Portugal and then transferred to Sporting early last year, later moved to another team, but decided to receive only 35%.
All in all, Tottenham appear to be giving Sporting more than 50 million euros.
Tottenham benefit from not spending a huge amount right away, and Sporting will receive more than 45 million euros in total.
However, in the European transfer market, there are not a few opinions that Tottenham have been completely defeated rather than ‘win-win’.