A European football transfer expert has revealed the three foreign clubs known to have entered the competition to sign Korean national football team striker Cho Kyu-sung and the conditions they have put forward.
Italy’s Fabrizio Romano, who is well versed in the news of European football transfers, said on his social network service (SNS) on the 11th (local time) that Celtic (Scotland), Minnesota United (USA), and Mainz (Germany) made official recruitment offers to Cho Kyu-sung. revealed.
The Scottish prestigious Celtic decided to give Jeonbuk an additional 50% of the transfer fee Celtic received when Cho Kyu-seong later transferred to another team for a transfer fee of 3 million euros (approximately 4 billion won), Romano said.
However, Celtic has put a clue that up to 6 million euros (approximately 8 billion won) can be given additionally according to the ‘Sell On’ clause, which divides some of the future transfer fees.
In addition, Minnesota said that it offered 5 million euros (about 6.7 billion won), the highest among the three clubs, and an additional 30% transfer fee. 스포츠토토
Romano revealed that Lee Jae-sung’s team, Mainz, offered a transfer fee of close to 3 million euros.
“Negotiations are currently underway to determine a new team for Kyu-Sung Cho,” he added.