Nianzou return cheaper possible – transfer fox Brazzo built a clever clause
Created: 08/19/2022 13:59
By: Marius Epp
Tanguy Nianzou saw no future at FC Bayern – and switched to FC Sevilla.
The Munich have secured an unusual buyback clause.
Munich – Ralf Rangnick once gave Tanguy Nianzou “one or two years” until he becomes a regular at FC Bayern, while Hasan Salihamidzic praised the Frenchman as “one of the greatest talents in Europe”.
Two years later, the 20-year-old left Munich and tried his luck at FC Sevilla.
The record champion collects a handsome transfer fee of rumored 16 to 20 million euros for the central defender talent from Spain.
According to media reports, however, Bayern have secured a buyback option.
now wants to know how high it should be.
Nianzou departure: FC Bayern probably built in three clauses – buyback possible
Accordingly, FC Bayern should have the opportunity to bring Nianzou back after the first season in Seville for the handsome sum of 50 million euros.
From September 19, 2023, the sum will increase to 55 million euros.
It seems clear at first: Bayern will only be active in terms of buybacks if Nianzou really takes off.
Hasan Salihamidzic uses well thought-out strategies in the transfer business.
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Salihamidzic, who is working diligently to live up to the nickname "transfer fox", apparently had two more clauses built into the Frenchman's purchase contract.
The first: If Nianzou is transferred further, FC Bayern should be sure of another four million euros.
So far, so usual – this is no longer a rarity in the football business.
FC Bayern is said to have secured “matching right” with Nianzou
The second clause is a bit more unusual: FC Bayern apparently has the right to lure the French back to the Isar for less money.
The deal should contain a so-called “matching right”, which states: Sevilla must inform Munich of any offer from another club for Nianzou.
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If the Andalusians agree to the amount offered, FC Bayern has the right of first refusal and can bring Nianzou back for exactly the amount.
If Bayern do not decide in favor of a transfer in this case, they
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