In an attempt to avoid another Romelu Lukaku-style circumstance, Chelsea has included a buy-back clause and 15% sell on fee rate as a major aspect of Bertrand Traore’s £15m move to Lyon. clauses, such as these guarantee that clubs can keep on profiting monetarily from their young prospect, even after they have left the club.
The West London club are quick to keep away from another circumstance like that of Romelu Lukaku, Chelsea enabled the Belgian to join Everton permanently in 2014 for an expense fee of £28m. However, his significant improvement since has seen Antonio Conte’s side show an interest for re-signing the 24-year-old, only to be quoted a world-record £100m.
Buy-back clauses are a magnificent method for avoiding this issue, with the ‘Daily Mail’ also reporting that Chelsea are hoping to include one in any potential sale of Nathan Ake, with Bournemouth thought to be pushing hard to secure his the young defender.
The buy-back clauses have been a typical sight in Spanish football in recent years, with Barcelona set to summon Gerard Deulofeu’s in the coming days, and it appears as though they may at long last be making the jump to the Premier League.
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