• Blues Set to Make Nice Chunk of Cash From Salah's Move to Liverpool as Sell-On Clause Is Revealed

    News Wed 21 Jun 2017

    ​Chelsea are set to earn £2.7m from Mohamed Salah’s £39m move to Liverpool having negotiated a sell-on clause in the winger’s contract when he joined Roma.

    ​The Times have reported that Chelsea agreed a ten per cent share of Roma’s profit on the player following his £12m move to the Stadio Olimpico last summer.

    And they could now earn a substantial profit with Liverpool set to break their transfer record to sign the Egyptian international.

    AC ChievoVerona v AS Roma - Serie A

    Salah is set to undergo a medical ahead of signing a proposed four-year contract with the Reds and surpassing Andy Carroll as the club’s most expensive ever signing.

    The 25-year-old struggled in his last spell in the Premier League with Chelsea, making just six league starts before finding more success on loan in Italy.

    Chelsea made a £1m profit when selling him to Roma, and are set to treble that total when his move to Liverpool is finalised.

    Pescara Calcio v AS Roma - Serie A

    Roma rejected a £28m offer from Liverpool earlier this summer, but negotiations have now taken the fee to £39m subject to various add-ons.

    Salah turned down the chance to move to Anfield before joining Chelsea in 2014 from Basel, although he is now keen to make a return to the Premier League.

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    The pacy winger scored 15 goals and provided 11 assists in the Serie A for Roma last season.

    Source: http://www.90min.com/posts/5168095-blues-set-to-make-nice-chunk-of-cash-from-salah-s-move-to-liverpool-as-sell-on-clause-is-revealed?utm_source=RSS

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