Bruno's march can be key to Sporting's life

The club needs to clean up its accounts before February and the most viable option seems to be the departure of the Portuguese midfielder, for which several clubs have been interested.


Sporting of Portugal needs liquidity as soon as possible, since according to O Jogo they have until January to clean up their accounts. The Portuguese media ensures that they must enter about 65 million euros to pay suppliers, clubs, companies and others, led among other things by changes in the directive.

There are debts that must be paid progressively, such as the five million that agreed with Dijon by Valentin Rosier or the 7.5 million euros owed to Atlético de Madrid for Luciano Vietto. According to the accounts, they owe 22.3 million to other clubs, 15 to companies with which they have done business and 10.6 to other suppliers, as well as 18.9 to other creditors related to the stadium or bonuses. This makes a total of 66.8 million euros.

It goes without saying that lightening salaries in the workforce would be great. And it is that the sale of a single player could end his problems in a single stroke. That could be the case of his best player and captain, Bruno Fernandes, for which they could get a similar figure in the winter market (Transfermarkt values him at 60 million euros) .

The Portuguese midfielder was in summer in the spotlight of teams like Real Madrid and Manchester United, some (the white club) in case Paul Pogba's option failed, and others (the red devils) in case that option did not failed and had to find a replacement. It would not be surprising if a large club with problems circulating the ball was thrown for him as soon as the transfer window opens. They say that they have come to offer the player in recent days for 70 million euros.

The Portuguese soccer player, who has dropped on some occasion that will end up changing air sooner or later, has scored nine goals and has distributed six assists so far this year (17 games), being probably the best player in the Portuguese league.



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