According to a report in the Turkish media, PAOK could be set for a windfall if Galatasaray attacker Garry Rodrigues is sold in the summer.
The Cape Verde international has been linked with a move to the Premier League, and West Ham United are the latest to show an interest in the player.
Sporx have reported PAOK are entitled to 20% of Rodrigues’ next transfer after the Greek side sold the winger to Galatasaray in 2017.
With the kind of transfer fees being quoted for Rodrigues in the Turkish press this could turn out to be lucrative for PAOK, and it’s even been claimed they are putting pressure on the player’s agent to force a transfer.
Last month we covered reports from Turkey that West Ham have made a €12m offer for the player, but Galatasaray are reportedly demanding a fee in the region of €18m.
The Hammers will be looking to bolster their attacking options in the summer, and it seems Rodrigues is on their shortlist.
West Ham are likely to face competition from Everton and Newcastle United.