Sporting Lisbon remains dissatisfied with the structure of Manchester United’s move for Bruno Fernandes
Sporting Lisbon remains unhappy with the structure of Manchester United’s move for Bruno Fernandes … with ‘unlikely bonuses including winning midfielder Ballon d’Or and the side of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer lifting the Champions League’
- Sporting Lisbon is dissatisfied with the structure of Bruno Fernandes’ possible move
- United wants to pay an initial fee of £ 34 million with add-ons of £ 25 million
- Add-ons depend on Midfielder winning Ballon d’Or and United’s success
Sporting Lisbon reportedly remains frustrated by the structure of Bruno Fernandes’ proposed move to Manchester United.
United are eager to make a deal for the midfielder, who played Sporting against Benfica on Friday.
The deal to bring Fernandes to Old Trafford would mean United would pay an initial fee of £ 34 million in addition to a potential £ 25.5 million in add-ons.
Sporting Lisbon is frustrated by the structure of the proposed Manchester United action for Bruno Fernandes
However, as reported by The sun, Sporting probably would not receive the full £ 60 million as some bonuses relate to events that seem rather unlikely.
For example, some bonuses depend on United winning the Premier League and the Champions League.
The proposed deal includes a bonus depending on United winning the Champions League
There would also be a payment if Fernandes de Ballon d’Or won.
With those three scenarios that will be quite unlikely in the near future, Sporting aims for a higher starting rate from United.
Sports email understands that Fernandes has already agreed personal terms worth approximately £ 130,000 a week with United.