Ousmane Dembele and Philippe Coutinho, both signed for big money last year, also have [euro]400m release clauses
"Here in England there are not release clauses
. You have to negotiate with the club."
The release clauses
indicate he is hardly committed to the long term despite signing lengthy deals.
are common place in Spain, and Merino's representatives demanded that he had one in his deal.
are common place in Spain - with just about every player in La Liga having one - and Merino's representatives demanded that he had one in his deal.
Rondon is one of four players who have relegation release clauses
inserted into their Albion contracts.
Of course, not all release clauses
are made public.
We really want him to stay but this is football and there are such things as release clauses
. The only thing we can do is achieve results with what we have got," ESPN (http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story/_/id/1124402/tottenham-told-told-joao-moutinho-won't-come-cheap-by-porto?cc=4716) quoted Pereira as saying.
"But Porto has the highest release clauses
in the market so it is not easy for these talents to leave us.
The five-year non-recourse loan featured both fixed-rate and floating rate components, and provided for favorable release clauses
and flexible amortization geared to the future sale of individual units.
Massive release clauses
in players' contracts are commonplace in Spanish football.
are commonplace in Spain, and Merino's representatives demanded that he had one in his deal.