Edson Álvarez is one of the best Mexican soccer players in Europe. The performances of the “Machín” at Ajax in Amsterdam have placed him on the radar of the great clubs of the Old Continent. It is estimated that the versatile Aztec player is sold for a huge amount of money and this would be used by the Eagles of America.
The “Machín” has been linked with teams like the Manchester United, Chelsea, Leipzig and Everton. Reports indicated that the Dutch team would not let their player out for less than $40 million dollars. However, until now only one team would have a figure in mind for the Aztec.
According to information from the portal De Telegraaf, Leipzig would be the club that has had a closer relationship with the Dutch team. The German team would be willing to pay some $31 million dollars for the Mexican.
How much money would the Eagles of America receive?
The departure of Edson Álvarez from the Águilas del América was a pretty round deal. Despite the fact that the Mexican team lost a great footballer, the terms of the contract allow you to continue to take advantage of the “Machin” token.
The Aztec defender was sold by $15 million dollarsbut in Coapa they still own the 15% of your token. Under these circumstances, in the event that Leipzig completes the purchase, The Eagles of America would receive about $4.6 million dollars for the transaction. The businesses of the past would allow them to afford the investments of the present.
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