Santos will profit from the sale of Emerson Palmieri from Chelsea to West Ham, both from England. The deal was fixed at 13 million pounds (approximately R$78.7 million at current prices) plus 2 million pounds (R$12.1 million) in target bonuses. The transfer was announced today (22), one day after the blog report the success.
For having revealed Emerson Palmieri in its base categories, Santos is entitled to 2.5% of the operation through FIFA’s solidarity mechanism. The calculation was confirmed by Rede do Futebol, at the request of the blog.
This percentage will yield around £325,000 (approximately R$1.9 million), taking into account the fixed amount of the transfer. If the bonuses are reached, the total value of the transfer would be 15 million pounds (R$ 90.9 million) and the number corresponding to Santos would rise to 375 thousand euros (R$ 2.2 million).
As Santos transformed its right to the solidarity mechanism into tokens in the virtual market, the club will need to allocate a portion to shareholders. Peixe has 17% fixed and sold few coins. In this way, it will receive the largest share of Palmieri’s R$ 1.9 million. The exact amount is not disclosed by Alvinegro.
Revealed at Santos, the 28-year-old Italian-Brazilian has been playing in European football since 2014, when he was traded on loan to Palermo. Then he went to Roma and moved to Chelsea in 2018.
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