Bryan's record: it will cost Madrid more than Sergio Ramos

Sevilla will sell the Barbateño for 25 million plus variables that will surely bring him closer to 30. The camero went to the Bernabéu for 27 and Reyes left for 24 to Arsenal.


Last phase before the transfer of Bryan Gil to Tottenham, which without having to include Erik Lamela's assessment will end up being the most important sale of a youth squad in the history of Sevilla. Although the initial amount of 25 million is less than the 27 that Real Madrid paid for Sergio Ramos in 2005, the variables will ultimately place the Spurs payment at around 30 million with almost total security.

In addition to the fixed 25 million there will be between 8 and 10 optional million. Half for variables that are very easy to comply with and the other half, more difficult. José Antonio Reyes left for Arsenal in January 2004 in exchange for 24 million. Sergio surpassed the figure a year and a half later by three million to reach 27,

Bryan will end up beating that figure and will also do so in times of lean cows and a pandemic and with just a dozen official first-team matches for Sevilla, since he has spent the last two seasons on loan in Leganés and Eibar. And everything, not including Erik Lamela's assessment, more virtual. The Transfermarkt website puts a price of 16 million on the Argentine extreme, while the Swiss Observatory CIES; More reliable, he believes that with only one contract campaign left, at 29 years old and after several seasons without shining, the value is between two and four million euros.

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