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Offer has been accepted bauser has had his critics but he has pulled masterstrokes on both of these.  Now over to you Leo!  Payero small issues look sorted should be an announcement tomorrow or f

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The Muniz link seems unlikely, the Gazette have noted down the terms he's being offered by Al Nasr

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According to the same publication, Al Nasr are offering Muniz a three-year deal worth $4.5m-a-year tax-free. The deal is also said to include a bonus of $5,000 for each goal contribution, as well as a house and car. With aspirations to eventually play in Europe, the contract is also said to include a ‚ā¨15m release clause, making a switch possible if he proves good enough.

No way he turns that down!

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3 minutes ago, Brunners said:

The Muniz link seems unlikely, the Gazette have noted down the terms he's being offered by Al Nasr

No way he turns that down!

Maybe he prefers a Parmo more than a Shoarma

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I think longterm if he thinks he is good enough muniz will make more money for his former club and himself by being at boro. If he sets the league on fire like Watkins or Pukki he'll be getting a epic contract next summer more than he will get playing well in UAE. As clubs will be still very unsure of the standard of that league thus be reluctant to make significant offers. 

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1 hour ago, Brunners said:

The Muniz link seems unlikely, the Gazette have noted down the terms he's being offered by Al Nasr

No way he turns that down!

Obviously really good terms but if that's USD, that's a basic salary of over £60k a week. If he goes there on that then he's surely not gonna drop his wage demands even if someone matches the release clause. Is someone really gonna splash that much on a player based on whatever they're doing in UAE? Have we seen that kind of move before?

Like if that's where he wants to be then fair enough. I just don't see how it's a better stepping stone to a good European side.

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11 minutes ago, wilsoncgp said:

Obviously really good terms but if that's USD, that's a basic salary of over £60k a week. If he goes there on that then he's surely not gonna drop his wage demands even if someone matches the release clause. Is someone really gonna splash that much on a player based on whatever they're doing in UAE? Have we seen that kind of move before?

Like if that's where he wants to be then fair enough. I just don't see how it's a better stepping stone to a good European side.

While true, you could go to UAE for a couple years, bank $9m & however much you make in goals, then lower your wage demands again to get into a European team.

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1 minute ago, HolgateBoy said:

I'm quite suprised they let him go for that cheap

It's a release clause apparently. Sounds like Reading *** up putting such a low release clause in there.

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10 minutes ago, Brunners said:

It's a release clause apparently. Sounds like Reading *** up putting such a low release clause in there.

He’s been with Reading through youth stages, so presumably has signed a new extended contract with Reading at some point. Maybe refused to sign unless he got a release clause, so Club would have had little choice.

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2 minutes ago, ScarBoro said:

He’s been with Reading through youth stages, so presumably has signed a new extended contract with Reading at some point. Maybe refused to sign unless he got a release clause, so Club would have had little choice.

yes possibly, but you'd think knowing how highly rated he was they'd have put it higher than 8m

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Reading are one of those under embargo too, could be a case of sell one to lift the embargo. Also think they are in a bit of a financial hole. I can't remember if it was for the 19/20 season or the season just gone, but they had a wage to turnover of nearly 2:1.

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13 minutes ago, DanFromDownSouth said:

Reading are one of those under embargo too, could be a case of sell one to lift the embargo. Also think they are in a bit of a financial hole. I can't remember if it was for the 19/20 season or the season just gone, but they had a wage to turnover of nearly 2:1.

it's still that high now.

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1 hour ago, Brunners said:

yes possibly, but you'd think knowing how highly rated he was they'd have put it higher than 8m

True, but if he or his agent said no, then the club would have to either accept or let him run his contract down and leave. Seems to me a player holds all the aces in that kind of case - his only risk is an injury, but with the wages that he would have been on in the youth system, that wouldn’t have been a great loss.

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