After Ez Abde’s failed signing, the Verdiblanco sporting director insists Pellegrini should have more options down the attacking left wing and is therefore working on the use of the Portuguese striker.
The sports director Real Betis at the top of Ramon aircraftHe is aware of Wolverhampton’s plans for Gonçalo Guedes. Let’s recall that the Portuguese forward spent the last six months of the season on loan at Benfica where his performances were very poor. As a result, the Águila Group decided not to extend any further credit, let alone an option to buy.
Gary O’Neil, the coach who replaced Julen Lopetegui on the Wolves bench, has previously revealed he doesn’t have Guedes at the moment. His contract with the English club runs until 2027 so a loan would be the perfect formula to drop him from the Wolves squad. Well, it is precisely Betis who will try to apply for loan from the former Valencia in the coming days.
Returning to Spain and signing for Betis is the best path Gonçalo Guedes can take
It’s clear the Portuguese attacker won’t have any minutes at the British club if he decides to stay at the Molineux Stadium this season. Most likely, he will remain on the bench until December and, like last year, will be loaned out to the winter market. This allowed the Heliopolitan Club to hasten the inevitable.
The biggest disadvantage that Planes found in this grandiose operation is that the Portuguese’s record is very high.To. Guedes is currently the third highest-earning footballer in the Wolves squad with a salary of 5.5 kilos per season. If the Sevillian side decide to pay 100% of their fees, they would be the second-highest billing player at Betis behind Nabil Fekir.
Shared salary transfer, the Betis formula to sign Guedes
Since Ramón Planes’ idea is to sign great footballers at the lowest possible price, or free in this case, the manager proposes that the transfer they will request regarding the ex-Valencianista be done with a common file. There’s talk of a 50-50 ratio, but the Betic manager knows full well he’ll turn down the offer. So you’re suggesting a percentage of something like 60% Betis – 40% Wolverhampton.
It is also not excluded that they include a purchase option, which would not be mandatory in this case. Also, the price they would ask the English club exceeds Betis’ economic criteria. Let’s remember that the Wolf team paid almost 33 million euros to Valencia CF and they have no intention of frivolously losing money in an operation.
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