Gonçalo Ramos

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looks like it was a loan with an option to buy....very surprising business done by Benfica just allowing him to leave on a loan
It's mandatory, not an option. Basically just a way to bypass FFP.
 

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When the top dogs wanna leave the club despite being the one that pays the most he should have thought twice about going there.
 

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Portugal attacker Goncalo Ramos has joined Paris Saint-Germain from Benfica on a one-year loan deal with an option to buy, the French champions announced on Monday.
From Benfica website, both can trigger the transfer.


Sport Lisboa e Benfica informed the CMVM that it reached an agreement with PSG for the loan of Gonçalo Ramos until the end of the season. Both Benfica and PSG can trigger the player's definitive transfer for the amount of 65 million euros, plus objectives of 15 million euros, making a total of 80 million euros.
 

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From Benfica website, both can trigger the transfer.


Sport Lisboa e Benfica informed the CMVM that it reached an agreement with PSG for the loan of Gonçalo Ramos until the end of the season. Both Benfica and PSG can trigger the player's definitive transfer for the amount of 65 million euros, plus objectives of 15 million euros, making a total of 80 million euros.
Never seen that before, interesting!

He does crap, Benfica triggers it.
He meets or exceeds expectations, PSG triggers it.
 

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Don't understand how the "United tax" is higher than the "clubs with endless money tax". Maybe, people at United just can't negotiate a good deal most of the time.
If we are overpaying than PSG then the problem is our negotiating people not the United tax.
 

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From Benfica website, both can trigger the transfer.


Sport Lisboa e Benfica informed the CMVM that it reached an agreement with PSG for the loan of Gonçalo Ramos until the end of the season. Both Benfica and PSG can trigger the player's definitive transfer for the amount of 65 million euros, plus objectives of 15 million euros, making a total of 80 million euros.
So it is an obligation to buy essentially, because if he’s awful Benfica will activate it, if not PSG will do it anyway.
 

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Plus 20m loan fee, so total transfer, including loan, is potentially 100m. The loan thing would only be to get around FFP.
I haven't seen any credible source reporting this. A few articles mention that the loan fee is part of the 80M€ package.
 

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Plus 20m loan fee, so total transfer, including loan, is potentially 100m. The loan thing would only be to get around FFP.
The 20m are part of the 65m payed upfront.
Benfica’s statement to cmvm would have to mention those 20m if there was a loan fee.
 

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Looks like Benfica played another blinder here. PSG got sold a dud.
 

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Looks like Benfica played another blinder here. PSG got sold a dud.
Sanches, Felix, Nunez, they do know how to sell overrated expensive crap. Clubs still go back nevertheless. Clubism aside, I'd never spend that amount of money on a portuguese striker. It's madness. We haven't produced a world class striker since Eusébio.
 

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I think he's a good player but was he ever a great player? Probably not, just scored goals in Portugal.
 
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