Chelsea set to receive huge financial boost after Eden Hazard's LaLiga triumph
By tbanj4real | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 5 views
Marina Granovskaia has done it again!
The Blues will get a pretty hefty financial boost after Real Madrid have secured their LaLiga championship, beating Villarreal 2-1 on Thursday night at Alfredo di Steffano Stadium.
Tier 1 Kristof Terreur claims that Marina Granovskaia has included some sustainable bonuses into the last summers' deal on Eden Hazard which now have been triggered.
The Blues will receive from 15 to 20 million euros, which will be a great addition to the £90 million Real Madrid already paid last summer.
The report hints, however, that there are some other bonuses and options expected to be triggered, as Chelsea were always sure they would get at least €130m'.
Marina you are a master business woman who can do anything.
Lets hope they win champions league too then, the inventive will rise to another 20 -25 million ,40 millon would be quite a major sum without selling any of our assets.
Implementation of performance incentives are mandatory in player contracts. Likewise, selling a player to every season Champions League team (RM, Barca, Bayern, Ajax, etc should always be inclusive of imminite future trophy payouts. The cash value at signing is reduced but ensures a continued return on investment.
What can we say, apart from that Marina Granovskaia might indeed be a football genius. Oh, and congratulations to Eden, of course!
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