According to the latest news from the "Daily Sport", Barcelona plans to pay Griezmann to Atletico Madrid in the next 2-3 days in liquidated damages of 120 million euros. If Barcelona persuade Atletico to pay the grid liquidated damages in installments, it will pay 21% more, or 25.2 million euros.
It is reported that Barcelona is studying payment for Griezmann The best way to liquidate damages, the mouthpiece media "Daily Sports" stated that Barcelona may activate the liquidated damages clause in the Griezmann contract between Thursday and Friday (that is, within 2-3 days). Barcelona's arrangement depends on: Valverde asks his disciples to return to the training base on July 14; And Griezmann's holiday ends on July 12, and it is the best time to finalize the deal before Grid and Barcelona meet.
But Barcelona paid liquidated damages to take Griezmann away The transaction may be more complicated. Because this type of transaction generally involves the buyer’s club remitting money to the player’s account, which is then paid by the player to the seller’s club. After the contract is bought out, the player signs a contract with the new club. However, Barcelona does not seem to be willing to pay 120 million euros in full. If Griezmann is paid in installments, according to Spanish tax law, Barcelona needs to bear 21%, which is 25.2 million euros.
Perhaps Atletico cannot accept the payment in installments, because the old club of Griezmann, Real Sociedad, will receive 20% of the total amount of the transaction Second transfer sharing. If Barcelona pay 120 million euros in installments and the total payment reaches 145.2 million euros, then Real Sociedad will get 29 million. If Barcelona pay 120 million in one lump sum, Atletico Madrid will pay Real Sociedad 24 million for this 500 Ten thousand difference, Atletico Madrid may not want Barcelona to pay Griezmann's liquidated damages in installments.
However, Griezmann's move to Barcelona is basically a certaintyIt's nailed something. Grid said before, "I already know where I will play next season." Except for Barcelona, no other club can handle Grid. The French forward is also about to end his 30-day holiday. From now on, he is waiting for a call from his agent and his sister Madd, who also hopes that he will officially join Barcelona as soon as possible. Barça's first training of the new season next Monday, not surprisingly, Grid can catch up.