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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-12-15, 11:43 pm

Chelsea are contemplating a January move for Bordeaux's Nigeria forward Josh Maja, 20, who was formerly with Sunderland. (90min.com)

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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2019-12-16, 4:48 am

cyprussyd wrote:Chelsea are contemplating a January move for Bordeaux's Nigeria forward Josh Maja, 20, who was formerly with Sunderland. (90min.com)
Hopefully the previous establishment didn't delete the sell on clause when he first signed for SAFC.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2019-12-16, 9:55 am

Scouts from the London club are reportedly impressed with Maja but scouts from all over Europe were in attendance for Bordeaux’s 1-0 loss to Lamine Kone’s Strasbourg on Sunday evening.
Maja was linked with a move to the Bundesliga and Crystal Palace before moving to Bordeaux and there were representatives from Palace, Borussia Dortmund and Borussia Monchengladbach at the game.
Sunderland are said to have inserted a 10% sell-on fee when they sold him for a fee of £1.5 initially, rising to £3.5m.

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Post  Steve30000 on 2019-12-16, 12:08 pm

Pretty crap sell on fee. He'd have to go for massive money for it to be worth our while. 💷💷💷
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Post  Argus on 2019-12-16, 2:07 pm

Steve30000 wrote:Pretty crap sell on fee. He'd have to go for massive money for it to be worth our while. 💷💷💷

Why are you so negative about everything?

Surely ANY income from the onward sale of Maja is welcome and whilst i'm not an expert, it would appear that 10% sell-on fee is quite the norm.

You should send your CV to SAFC immediately because with your detailed knowledge of team selection /management plus finance and club administration you would be able to dictate your own terms. The club could also send you on a short  course so you could also replace the ground staff as well!

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Post  wanderer on 2019-12-16, 2:26 pm

Argus wrote:
Steve30000 wrote:Pretty crap sell on fee. He'd have to go for massive money for it to be worth our while. 💷💷💷

Why are you so negative about everything?

Surely ANY income from the onward sale of Maja is welcome and whilst i'm not an expert, it would appear that 10% sell-on fee is quite the norm.

You should send your CV to SAFC immediately because with your detailed knowledge of team selection /management plus finance and club administration you would be able to dictate your own terms. The club could also send you on a short  course so you could also replace the ground staff as well!
I would have been a little more blunt in my way, but I totally agree.
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Post  Steve30000 on 2019-12-16, 6:09 pm

Saying the sell on fee is a crap percentage is not negative, its true.

So get ower yersel
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Post  Nostalgic on 2019-12-16, 7:53 pm

Steve30000 wrote:Saying the sell on fee is a crap percentage is not negative, its true.

So get ower yersel
All down to supply and demand.  Classic example is John Stones. sold as a kid to Everton for a nominal amount. ManC buy him for thirty million so Barnsley cope for three million a couple of years later.
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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2019-12-16, 8:55 pm

Steve30000 wrote:Pretty crap sell on fee. He'd have to go for massive money for it to be worth our while. 💷💷💷
What percentage & add-ons do you normally expect?

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Post  fitz on 2019-12-16, 11:07 pm

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Steve30000 wrote:Pretty crap sell on fee. He'd have to go for massive money for it to be worth our while. 💷💷💷
What percentage & add-ons do you normally expect?

best I could find from a bit of googling seems to suggest anywhere between 10 - 20% as the norm

times it has worked (from an article in the Guardian):

  • when QPR sold Raheem Sterling to Liverpool in 2010 they included a 20% sell-on clause - his subsequent £49m move to Man City guaranteed QPR a minimum £7.8m.
  • Barnsley inserted a 15% sell-on clause into the deal that took John Stones to Everton. His £47.5m move to Manchester City bagged them around £7.1m.
  • Bournemouth received £6.25m from Adam Lallana’s £25m move from Southampton to Liverpool in 2014, having inserted a 25% sell-on clause when he moved along the south coast at the age of 12.
  • Saints missed out on the jackpot when Gareth Bale moved from Tottenham to Real Madrid. They had negotiated a clause – reported to be anywhere from 15% to 25% – when they sold Bale in 2007, but financial difficulties a year later forced them to waive it in exchange for around £1.5m and Spurs goalkeeper Tommy Forecast. So, when Bale headed to Spain for £86m, Southampton missed out on something approaching £20m.
  • Hayes FC pocketed £600,000 when Les Ferdinand moved from QPR to Newcastle for £6m in 1995 thanks to a 10% sell-on clause. Hayes, who had sold the striker for £30,000 in 1987, used the money to fund the Les Ferdinand Suite at their ground.



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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2019-12-17, 2:53 am

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Black Cat Kiwi wrote:
Steve30000 wrote:Pretty crap sell on fee. He'd have to go for massive money for it to be worth our while. 💷💷💷
What percentage & add-ons do you normally expect?

best I could find from a bit of googling seems to suggest anywhere between 10 - 20% as the norm

times it has worked (from an article in the Guardian):

  • when QPR sold Raheem Sterling to Liverpool in 2010 they included a 20% sell-on clause - his subsequent £49m move to Man City guaranteed QPR a minimum £7.8m.
  • Barnsley inserted a 15% sell-on clause into the deal that took John Stones to Everton. His £47.5m move to Manchester City bagged them around £7.1m.
  • Bournemouth received £6.25m from Adam Lallana’s £25m move from Southampton to Liverpool in 2014, having inserted a 25% sell-on clause when he moved along the south coast at the age of 12.
  • Saints missed out on the jackpot when Gareth Bale moved from Tottenham to Real Madrid. They had negotiated a clause – reported to be anywhere from 15% to 25% – when they sold Bale in 2007, but financial difficulties a year later forced them to waive it in exchange for around £1.5m and Spurs goalkeeper Tommy Forecast. So, when Bale headed to Spain for £86m, Southampton missed out on something approaching £20m.
  • Hayes FC pocketed £600,000 when Les Ferdinand moved from QPR to Newcastle for £6m in 1995 thanks to a 10% sell-on clause. Hayes, who had sold the striker for £30,000 in 1987, used the money to fund the Les Ferdinand Suite at their ground.



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Post  barrowmackem on 2019-12-17, 7:47 am

we weren't in a strong negotiating position with Maja, he was stalling and his contract was up in the summer, so the fact we even got a sell on clause was good business imo.

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Post  gil t azell on 2019-12-17, 8:51 am

We allegedly offered Maja and his agent what was asked for. He still turned us down. F*ck him he has gone.
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Post  Vincemac on 2019-12-17, 9:42 am

gil t azell wrote:We allegedly offered Maja and his agent what was asked for. He still turned us down. F*ck him he has gone.
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