Chelsea attacks now and Enzo Fernández should not return to play for Benfica
Clubs negotiate payment terms and Enzo no longer expects to play for the incarnates again.
Enzo Fernández should no longer play for Benfica again. At least, and according to THE GAME found, this is the scenario that is being traced by Chelsea, the emblem that is in front of the race to hire him, and by the midfielder himself, who no longer expected to have lined up in Braga and believes that his pass will be sold before the eagles enter the field, on the 6th, with Portimonense.
The president of Benfica, Rui Costa, has already been informed by the player’s representatives that he has reached a contractual agreement with Chelsea, a club that is now trying to reach a final understanding around the amount to be paid for the best young player of the last World Cup. The termination clause is 120 million euros, but the constraints dictated by UEFA’s financial “fair-play” do
This means that they can even pay more, but divided by several financial years over two or three years.
This leaves the matter in the hands of the Benfica leader, who has already been informed by the player himself who wants to play for Chelsea already in January, and Enzo asked to make the process easier. In fact, the midfielder did not even have in his plans to play in Braga, as he does not have the possibility of still being an option for Portimonense.
There are other clubs also in the race, such as Liverpool and Manchester United, which point more to the June window. That’s why Chelsea tightens and the transfer is for hours.
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