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Dortmund concurs with Barcelona via Dembélé transfer

105 million euros are fixed, plus much more millions are added: BVB star Ousmane Dembélé can change to FC Barcelona for any Bundesliga record. The clubs have announced this.

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  Ousmane Dembélé can join FC Barcelona. As his former club Borussia Dortmund announced, the government club and also the Spanish club have decided on a transfer. FC Barcelona welcomed the 20-year-old via Twitter.

  

Barcelona therefore pays a set transfer amount of 105 million euros. Additionally, “a variable transfer fee as high as an optimum total height of approximately 40 % of the quantity of the fixed transfer compensation”, based on a BVB pr release. That might be as much as 42 million euros. As a whole, Dortmund could thus collect 147 million euros for that French.

  
Dembélé hadn’t altered to Stade Rennes until BVL in 2016 for 15 million euros. In Barcelona he’s to exchange the planet star Neymar, that has gone to live in Paris St. Germain for that world record of 222 million. To begin with, he continues to have to pass through the medical check at his new employer on Monday morning. Additionally, final contractual matters remained as to become settled, the BVB announcement mentioned.

  The record clearance for any purchase in the Bundesliga to date amounted to 74 million euros. Kevin De Bruyne gone to live in Manchester City from VfL Wolfsburg for that 2015/2016 season.

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