According to report, details of club’s deal for Bruno Fernandes have been confirmed – which includes agent’s fee and sell-on fee.
Manchester United sealed a move for Fernandes in January but United and Sporting C.P were locked in a lengthy transfer battle before the playmaker moved to Old Trafford just before deadline day.
Documented released to the CMVM (cited by A Bola), the Portuguese Securities Market Commission, by Sporting have now confirmed the details of the deal. Details show that the club paid a fixed amount of €55million (£46m) up front with a number of bonuses which can reach €25m (£21m).
It is also revealed that Sporting Lisbon still have a 10% sell-on clause should the player eventually leave the club, whilst his former club, Sampdoria, netted some of the fee.
A total of €5.5million (£4.61m) went to intermediaries in the deal, being split between Mendes’ Gestifute agency and PositionNumber, the agency which represents Bruno Fernandes via his brother-in-law, Miguel Pinho. As a result, Sporting pocketed €34.13million from the sale before add-ons.