Asked by journalists in this country, if it was true that Genk had invested € 8 million in the Hague transfer, Dimitri de Conde, technical director of the Belgian club, found that the actual amount was considerably lower.
"It's true that I took Hagi half the price," Conde said, citing footnews.be.
So Genk paid only 4 million to buy Ianis Hagi, which is much smaller than the ones so far advanced.
Gheorghe Hagi said on several occasions that Viitorul after the transfer received the largest amount in history but is not as far away as in the press.
Of the € 4 million, only 3.2 million came in accounts at Dobrogei, 800 thousand at Fiorentina, a club that has 20% of federal rights.
It is expected that the Future will accept this sale at a small amount in exchange for an important percentage in the event of a second transfer, to a greater extent.
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