Sporting de Braga president Antonio Salvador defended on Monday, in connection with the terms of the contract for the transfer of footballer David Carmo to FC Porto, linked to sporting performance, that this practice does not jeopardize the integrity of the competitions.
David Carmo went to Porto, Sporting de Braga’s opponent in the Portuguese first league, in a deal made for 20 million euros, in addition to a potential 2.5 million in variants, and Braga is expected to receive 500 thousand euros each time David Carmo (his contract) until 2027 with FC Porto) to be a national champion with the Blues and the Whites.
“The inclusion of clauses related to individual and/or team performance has been a common practice for many years, both at the national level and in major European leagues, without producing any evidence that threatens the integrity of the competitions,” says the director. In a statement issued Monday morning.
“I have never, in my nearly 20 years in office, been allowed by any contract with third parties to interfere with coaches and players, like everyone who has been to Sp. Braga and who in this house has found an absolute, uncompromising commitment to competition and with the utmost responsibility, in every match, honoring the name of this club, and taking the field to win, wherever and whenever, against whom it is,” concludes the manager.
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