The transfer of Terence Kongolo from Huddersfield Town to Fulham has also given Feyenoord a financial windfall. The Rotterdam club receives at least between 220,700 and 386,476 euros.
That reports Feyenoord Transfermarkt. Fulham will pay a lump sum of approximately $ 4.4 million to Huddersfield to bring Kongolo back to Craven Cottage. Thanks to bonuses, this amount can increase to 7.7 million euros. Feyenoord receives a solidarity contribution for Kongolo.
“It took a long time, I had to be patient for a long time, but I am finally a player of Fulham”, the defender said in conversation with the club channel of the club from London. The Dutchman has signed a contract until the summer of 2024. Huddersfield makes a loss to Kongolo: the club, currently active in the Championship, paid twenty million euros to take him over from AS Monaco.
#Feyenoord can add another pocket money. Terence #Kongolo moves permanently from Huddersfield Town to Fulham ð ???? ´ó ?? §ó ?? ¢ ó ?? ¥ ó ?? ®ó ?? §ó ?? ¿Transfer fee involved: £ 4m. Can be increased through bonuses up to £ 7m. Solidarity contribution for the people of Rotterdam: Between € 220,700 and € 386,476. https://t.co/qWZV0JONcR
– Feyenoord Transfermarkt (@FeyenoordTM) October 16, 2020
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