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Angelino Re-Signs for Man City From PSV

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Manchester City have re-signed their former full back Angelino from PSV Eindhoven. 

The 22-year-old was in the North West on Wednesday to finalise a switch back to the Premier League champions.

City have activated a £5.3million buy-back clause after selling Angelino to the Eredivisie outfit last year.

 

Shame PSV have lost Angelino, he was class last season and only to get 5.3 million is a robbery not sure why PSV agreed to that clause, when Ajax are getting huge money for their players. 

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6 minutes ago, Panna King said:

Shame PSV have lost Angelino, he was class last season and only to get 5.3 million is a robbery not sure why PSV agreed to that clause, when Ajax are getting huge money for their players. 

This isn't the first time I've heard of PSV putting really low buy back clauses on the players they sign.

Weird because it's actually smart business from City, rather than paying well over the odds for someone.

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8 hours ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

This isn't the first time I've heard of PSV putting really low buy back clauses on the players they sign.

Weird because it's actually smart business from City, rather than paying well over the odds for someone.

They done it before with Alex who went to Chelsea, they could of got huge money for him but Chelsea got him for 8 million. 

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On 03/07/2019 at 23:29, Panna King said:

Shame PSV have lost Angelino, he was class last season and only to get 5.3 million is a robbery not sure why PSV agreed to that clause, when Ajax are getting huge money for their players. 

We had a buy back clause, they was only borrowing him, the robbery would of been the amount PSV paid for him in the first place xD

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On 04/07/2019 at 08:36, Panna King said:

They done it before with Alex who went to Chelsea, they could of got huge money for him but Chelsea got him for 8 million. 

That's not actually correct. I recall the transfer of Alex to PSV and it was a chain purchase. The basic economics of the deal was Alex was always a Chelsea player. It was a loan that circumvented work permit requirements in the UK. 

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It's just baffling how they'd allow such a low clause.

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2 hours ago, Dan said:

It's just baffling how they'd allow such a low clause.

They had no choice, it was a condition of us letting them sign him

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On 06/07/2019 at 13:10, Batard said:

That's not actually correct. I recall the transfer of Alex to PSV and it was a chain purchase. The basic economics of the deal was Alex was always a Chelsea player. It was a loan that circumvented work permit requirements in the UK. 

Chelsea bought him first but sold him straight away to PSV but Chelsea bought him back for some really low amount, was very a strange deal anyway.

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On 05/07/2019 at 20:17, Happy Blue said:

We had a buy back clause, they was only borrowing him, the robbery would of been the amount PSV paid for him in the first place xD

Yeah but he left as he wasn't getting any first team football at Man City, the buy back clause was extremely poor negotiation from PSV as now they have to go and buy another left back, even now in the Dutch league they would struggle to get one for 5 million.  They maybe could of got someone at similar quality without the risk of losing them for next to nothing. 

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