A spectacular Betis partner appears to be brokering Willian José for a fortune


A former Bético coach would be the key to this important operation so that the Verdiblanco side can finally get rid of the Brazilian striker, who once fought back against the Chilean coach to avoid leaving his squad.

Most of Real Betis managers and the coaching staff around Manuel Pellegrini want the attacker William Joseph far from Heliopolis. This is a request that is not new and has been taken into account since last season. The good thing is that in this summer market they can be given the miracle, thanks to a former director of the Sevillian Association.

As some know, Antonio Cordón, former sporting director of Betis, already has a team since June 1st this year, namely Olympiakos from Greece. There, together with Christian Karembeu and José Anigo, they control the transfer area and the three agree to the arrival of Willian José at the Georgios Karaiskakis (the team’s stadium). News that made Ángel Haro very happy.

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Antonio Cordón, former Betis sporting director, wants to sign Willian José for his new team Olympiakos.

Betis open Olympiakos doors to sign Willian José

The former Real Sociedad forward could become the Betic side’s number 11 victim this summer window if Ramón Planes coordinates well with Cordón. The most important thing is that both teams appear to be rowing in the same direction, as one wants to get rid of the player and the other wants to sign him.. There is no problem in this section.

The differences are evident in the way the operation will be carried out as Betis want to sell him for good while the Greek side only want a transfer. The Rio de Janeiro striker’s contract with Benito Villamarín runs for three years and has a base price of 6 million euros. From the Piraeus branch, they are willing to pay 100% of the salary without paying any loan fee.

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As it is a transfer, Betis include an option to release Willian José

In that order, the Verdiblanca sporting directorate has decided to approve the transfer of the Brazilian striker, subject to agreeing to a purchase option. That could be at most around 5 million euros. But Ramón Planes wants to ensure that from now on and make the option mandatory.

On this point, Olympiacos disagrees as the option to buy has to be measured against some of the requirements and goals that the team has for Willian José. Negotiations are still active and everything is expected to go well as a former Betis is at the helm. However, Ángel Haro doesn’t want to waste a lot of time in case other alternatives need to be explored.

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