Manchester United will have to pay Sporting Lisbon £4.2million if Bruno Fernandes wins the Professional Footballers’ Association Player of the Year award, according to a report.
Fernandes joined United from the Portuguese side in January 2020, with the club paying an initial fee of £46.6m for his services. However, the deal with Sporting included a number of add-on clauses which mean United have already paid £55m for the 26-year-old midfielder.
United had to pay Sporting €5m, or £4.2m, when Fernandes reached 25 starts for the club and again when they qualified for the Champions League last season. Now The Times report that another £4.2m payment will be due to the Portuguese club if Fernandes wins the PFA Player of the Year award.
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