Manchester United set to offer striker $7 mlm to leave
The club is reportedly willing to offer Robin van Persie half of his £10 mln loyalty bonus, which was agreed when he joined from Arsenal in 2012
English Premier League Club Manchester United is expected to offer one of its players £5 million ($7 million) to quit the club this summer, the UK’s Daily Mail reported Saturday.
The club is reportedly willing to offer Robin van Persie half of his £10m loyalty bonus, which was agreed when he joined from Arsenal in 2012.
The move comes as the club looks to free wages for a new striker.
The Dutch international has 14 months left on his £250,000-a-week current contract at Old Trafford.
Both Italy’s Juventus and Inter Milan have expressed interest in a possible summer move.
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