Benfica reveals reason for selling Nunez to Liverpool.
Benfica president Rui Costa has revealed why they decided to sell Darwin Nunez to Premier League giants Liverpool in the summer. According to the UFABET.
The Reds have completed the signing of the 23-year-old for a total price of £85.5 million, or about €100 million, along with a six-year contract, with an initial payment of £64.1 million (€75 million), plus additional contributions. up in the future by another 21.3 million pounds (25 million euros).
However, his early form was uncertain, although Nunez scored immediately in his Premier League debut, prompting critics that he could be a marketing failure for Jurgen Klopp. While Costa told the media in his hometown of the reason for the sale of the Uruguay international striker from the team.
“We are talking about one of the most valuable transfers in this market. We are still in the midst of the viral epidemic. Which causes the player market to stop Selling players for €75 million. Plus €25 million like this doesn’t need to discuss.”
“Selling Darwin Nunez was more than justified. There were no conditions to keep him. It is impossible given price the club offer. What Darwin has received.”