Barcelona might recieve €9 million from the transfer move of Todibo

Many people find football to be cruel, yet even amid this cruelty, there are occasionally jewels to be unearthed, as FC Barcelona appears to have. Although he is no longer a member of the Blaugrana, this young defender continues to have a close relationship with the Catalans as a result of his transfer.

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Barcelona likely to benefit from ex player Todibo’s sales

French central defender Jean-Clair Todibo is now playing for OGC Nice and is enjoying considerable success in Ligue 1. The youngster continues to draw a lot of interest from some of the top teams in Europe. This is due to his rapid improvement in terms of quality and following performances. According to rumours from SPORT, the French defender is one of the top centre defenders in the French league. Acoording to them FC Barcelona might gain a lot from his transfer. In the summer of 2021, OGC Nice acquired him from the Catalans for the first time. The French club signed Todibo paying a transfer fee that totaled about €15 million (variables included).

Additionally, FC Barcelona was able to include an agreement that Nice accepted. The agreement was :

“If the player is sold after arriving in Nice, a 20% share of any future earnings from the sale will go directly to FC Barcelona”.

Currently rated at €30 million by Transfermarkt, SPORT anticipates offers of approximately €45 million from several top English teams for the French defender. Additionally, should a bid be placed on the player, this sum would only increase.

The interested clubs include names like Manchester United, Liverpool, and Newcastle United, says renowned journalist Fabrizio Romano. Since most English clubs do not have significant financial concerns, they might sign Todibo effortlessly. However It would not be surprising if they were willing to pay a price comparable to the one SPORT reported.

In addition, FC Barcelona would receive a substantial €9 million from the player’s sale if he does end up being sold for the rumoured asking price. With this added on, the Catalans would have made a total profit of about €24 million from him.

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