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Premier League: Darwin Nunez, Liverpool's most expensive signing: details of the operation

Premier League: Darwin Nunez, Liverpool’s most expensive signing: details of the operation

And thehe is Liverpool Going to throw the house out the window. Darwin NunezBenfica striker, he will become The most expensive transfer From the history of the “red” team. register. a Exchange Total that will be about 100 million euroswith bonuses included in the process.

In Portugal, sports newspapers to the ball s register Analyze in detail everything The ins and outs of the contract The Uruguayan striker will sign with Liverpool. explain What will the income be? for the Portuguese team. First of all, Liverpool will pay 75 million, an amount that can easily be increased with some variables included in the process.

Darwin Nunez’s goal (3-3) in Liverpool 3-3 Benfica

the others 25 million It will come out of the following concepts: On the one hand, the English team will push five kilograms Darwin’s moment 10 gamesto which it must be added 10 million more when I arrive 60 matches. But there is more. The agreement reached includes 10 more individual and collective achievements Darwin achieved with Liverpool.

Based on the Duration of the contract Of the Uruguayan, who this season scored 34 goals in 41 games, it will be so five seasons rate 12 million total From the salary of each campaign as per a Paula.

A total of 100 million signatures will surpass Around the year 85 Liverpool paid her in his day for defender Virgil van Dijkwho arrived from Southampton in 2017. At the moment, until Darwin officially arrives, the central defender remains the most expensive red shirt transfer deal.

Darwin’s goal (1-2) against Benfica 1-3 Liverpool

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This Sunday could be the defining day for Darwin Nunez to arrive in Liverpool. According to Portuguese and English media, in the next few hours, the final agreement that will take the Benfica striker to the English team may be closed. The Reds’ sporting director, Julian Ward, went to Lisbon on Saturday to close the transfer deal.

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