The negotiations between Joao Mario and English Premier League club West Ham United have opened. As reported by FcIN earlier, the Premier League club is ready to bare the burden of the Portuguese international’s wages fully and is ready to pay him €2.5 million per year. His agent meanwhile will receive € 500.000 for hiss troubles.
David Sullivan, the President of West Ham United, has requested Joao Mario’s agent to drop down the loan fees as he is not willing to pay €1.5 million extra. Sky Sport Italia journalist Gianluca Di Marzio reports that the Premier League outfit is ready to offer a loan deal to the player with an option to make he deal permanet being set at €30 million. Negotiations are now underway and a fruitful outcome is expected to be arriving soon, as the Nerazzurri are looking forward to close the deal as soon as possible.
Because once Joao Mario leaves the club, the Nerazzurri can work on bringing in his replacement.