Inter will officially make the transfer of Robin Gosens from Atalanta permanent with the first goal that they score during the 2022-23 season.
This according to Sky Deutschland reporter Florian Plettenberg, who revealed the details of the terms of the deal for the 27-year-old on his Twitter account and reported that the purchase obligation on the initial loan is triggered by the first goal of next season.
Gosens completed his transfer to the Nerazzurri on an initial loan deal, immediately joining for the rest of this season.
As Plettenberg reports, the loan for the German is an eighteen month loan, but becomes a permanent deal next season as soon as Inter score a goal in a competitive match, and he will join permanently on a four-year deal.
Once the Nerazzurri officially purchase Gosens from Atalanta, they will pay out the €25 million fee for the German in instalments across the four-year deal, ending in 2026.
Plettenberg tweets, ”
News #Gosens: Crazy goal-clause revealed! It’s a 18-months-loan, not 6. But as soon as @Inter scores the first goal in a competitive match 2022/23, they have got an obligation to buy. #Inter will pay the €25m transfer fee (+add-ons) by the end of the contract 2026. @SkySportNews
— Florian Plettenberg (@Plettigoal) January 29, 2022