Manchester City are expected to receive part of the transfer fee for Pedro Poro, whose move to Tottenham Hotspur is imminent.
Portugal’s Deporto Ao Minito said on the 26th (Korean time), “Man City has a clause in receiving 30% of the POW’s transfer fee. If Tottenham pays 45 million euros (approximately 60.5 billion won), 13.5 million here. Euros (approximately 18.2 billion won) will go to Manchester City.”
It appears Tottenham are finally close to signing a prisoner. On the 26th, transfer market expert Fabricio Romano said, “Tottenham are in the final stages of signing a POW. The 45 million euro transfer fee is being discussed in three to four installments. The POW has already signed a five-year contract with Tottenham a few weeks ago. agreed,” he said.
Tottenham is looking for a rebound through the January transfer market. Tottenham has been recording a disappointing record of 6 wins, 2 draws and 7 losses in 15 official games since mid-October. In particular, in matches against strong teams, he showed a series of collapses. They managed to change the mood with their recent 1-0 win over Fulham, but there is a long way to go. 메이저사이트
Tottenham saw the effect last season by recruiting Rodrigo Bentancur and Dejan Kulusevski in the winter. This time, we plan to make necessary reinforcements in the right places. On the offensive side, Arnaut Danjuma, who can play on the flanks and in the forefront, has already been hired on loan. Here, we are preparing to bring a prisoner to the right wingback position.
Poro, born in 1999, of Spanish nationality, had previously been at Manchester City, but never stood a chance. And he showed a good performance at Sporting Lisbon, where he left on loan, and succeeded in a complete transfer. He is especially known for his offensive talent. As of this season, he has appeared in 14 Portuguese league games, scoring 2 goals and 6 assists.
The player also wanted to go to Tottenham. However, the Sporting club was a problem. He wasn’t willing to let go of a key player midway through the season. Sporting manager Huben Amorim said: “I know there are clubs who want a prisoner, but the club has told me that to take him they just trigger the release clause.”
As the transfer deadline approaches, Tottenham have decided to pay the full €45m buyout. Manchester City are also expected to benefit from this deal. In May of last year, when Sporting completely recruited a prisoner from Man City, it is known that they inserted a condition for partial payment of profits when re-transferring.