Liverpool must pay Fulham ‘round £4million’ for midfielder Harvey Elliott after a tribunal earlier this week.
Elliott made his Liverpool debut final season, on the age of 16, following his transfer from boyhood membership Fulham in 2019.
Nonetheless, the golf equipment didn’t resolve on a payment for the teenage star and the transfer went to a tribunal after the west London membership rejected a suggestion of £750,000 in compensation.
It was understood the London membership had been looking for £10million from the Premier League champions – a report switch payment for a case settled by tribunal.
Having seen how rapidly he’s taken to the Championship following his mortgage transfer to Blackburn Rovers, it’s clear to see why the Cottagers wished a lot for the teenager.
In accordance with The Athletic, Liverpool must pay £1.2million up entrance.
Fulham may then get an additional £300,000 when the 17-year-old indicators his first skilled contract, adopted by £200,000 if he will get a second deal.
The remaining, which they imagine may quantity to £4.three million, will likely be triggered as soon as he has made a specific amount of first-team appearances for Liverpool and obtained an England cap.
Fulham additionally maintain a 20 per cent sell-on clause within the deal, which seems to have sated the Cottagers.