May 18, 2024

Club agree to sell player to Nottingham Forest – Completion deepens on player’s desire – Sport Witness

On Thursday, UOL published a story explaining why Nino’s transfer from Fluminense to Nottingham Forest is currently on hold.


It was stated that despite the verbal €7m agreement the clubs had, the Brazilian club are now demanding some extra bonuses, especially because they know there are more sides who are interested in the player.


Now as Globo Esporte features a new story about Nino and Nottingham Forest, they explain that situation a little further.


According to their report, more than one club already agreed to pay the defender’s release clause, which stands at €7m.

It’s then said that Fluminense no longer have an ‘active voice’ in the negotiations, as it’s now Nino himself who’ll choose who to sign for.


The reason there was this agreement with Nottingham Forest is that the Tricky Trees had accepted to give Fluminense 20% of a future transfer.


However, it seems that other clubs may just show up triggering the €7m release clause, and as long as Nino picks them, then both Fluminense and the Reds will have their hands tied.

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