Claudio Bravo signed for Manchester City this week in a deal reported to be worth up to around €20 million (£17 million). Spanish newspaper Marca claims to have the full financial details of the 33-year-old’s move to the Etihad.
According to Marca, City will pay €16 million (£13.6 million) up-front with up to €4 million (£3.4 million) to follow in add-ons. Those add-ons can come in four different ways:
1. €1 million if City win the Champions League and Bravo plays.
2. €1 million if City win the Premier League and Bravo plays.
3. €500,000 if City qualify for the Champions League, an add-on that can be triggered twice for a total of €1 million.
4. €20,000 per appearance Bravo makes up to a maximum of 50 games, for a total of €1 million.
All in all, Manchester City could fork out £17 million for Bravo, but for the time being have only handed over £13.6 million. And the club would surely be delighted to pay several of the variables, especially if it means winning the Premier League or Champions League with the Chilean between the sticks!