Brazilian side Internacional this week presented their new signing Wesley Moraes, who has arrived from Aston Villa on a one-year loan spell.
The striker, who spent the first part of the season at Belgian side Club Brugge, has now headed to his home country looking for more minutes and to prove that he’s fully recovered from his knee injury.
Since the start of the talks, it had been concluded that Inter would not stand a chance of signing the striker on a permanent deal, mainly because Aston Villa spent €25m on his purchase.
That’s why a buying option wasn’t even considered, but according to the latest reports, the clubs ended up including a clause which could benefit the Brazilian side in the future.
Portal do Colorado writes there’s a ‘showcase clause’ in the agreement. That means that in case Aston Villa sell Wesley in the future, then 5% of the move will go to Internacional.
The Brazilian season is about to start, and with the striker claiming to be fully fit, he has a full year to impress at his new club.