Manchester City officially announced the arrival of Aké on Wednesday evening. The 25-year-old defender comes from Bournemouth for 40 to 44 million euros – which is good news for ADO and Feyenoord, the two clubs where Aké played in the youth academy.
ADO and Feyenoord receive a contribution. Assuming a transfer fee of 40 million euros, the Hague club is 100 thousand euros richer in one fell swoop. In addition, half a million flows to Rotterdam. Chelsea, Reading and Watford will also receive a share.
Aké made the switch from ADO to Feyenoord at a young age and left for Chelsea in 2011. The London club sold it to Bournemouth three years ago, which was relegated from the Premier League last season.