The Argentine media today details the price of Claudio Echeverri’s move from River Plate to Manchester City.

Maxi Pugliese took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to reveal all the numbers of the entire package that Pep Guardiola’s side are said to be spending to sign the South American youngster.

According to the report, Manchester City are paying an initial amount worth €18.5m for Echeverri.

Then come the performance bonuses, which can reach a total of €9m. They’ll pay €500k for each eight matches he plays for River Plate for at least 45 minutes during his loan there.

In case he has two matches with 30 minutes, those would count the same as one of 45.

Then there’s €1m more for each 12 matches he plays for Manchester City, also for at least 45 minutes. That money has 30 days to reach the accounts after the goals are reached.

Echeverri is getting loaned to River Plate until the end of the year, but the English side do have the option to bring him to England in the summer in case he doesn’t have 45 minutes in at least 30% of River Plate’s matches.

For those wondering, in case he’s called up by the national team, or is either injured or suspended, then that wouldn’t count as him missing a game.