Diogo Gonçalves’ loan contract with Nottingham Forest has been published on Wednesday, with major Portuguese outlets all writing about the details of it.
Record has selected a few interesting topics from the agreement between Benfica and the Championship side, which didn’t have any loan involved.
Nottingham Forest only have to pay Benfica in case they decide to sign Gonçalves at the end of the season.
Then they are due a €15m fee.
This payment would be made in three installments of €5m between 2019 and 2021. It only changes if Forest are promoted to the Premier League or if they sell Gonçalves for €15m or more.
Then they have to pay the entire debt in a month.
In case of a future sale of over €15m, then Benfica are getting 25% of the profit.
There’s also an anti-rivals clause which says that in case Forest transfers the player to Porto or Sporting on a permanent on loan deal, they then owe Benfica another €5m, regardless of how much money they make in the sale.
The most interesting parts are below to satisfy your nosiness.