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7 minutes ago, LeedsRam1999 said:

Their chairman is clever because by saying Charlton have met the clause it means other clubs will be sparked into action. This then in turn could start a bidding war with the other two clubs involved. Clever business

How can it start a bidding war when he a release clause of 2.5m? 

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25 minutes ago, LeedsRam1999 said:

Their chairman is clever because by saying Charlton have met the clause it means other clubs will be sparked into action. This then in turn could start a bidding war with the other two clubs involved. Clever business

But what if the player doesn’t want to go to Charlton

 

They are crap 

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28 minutes ago, irobinson said:

But what if the player doesn’t want to go to Charlton

 

They are crap 

As opposed to loads of other crap teams in the Championship.... 

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1 hour ago, Animal is a Ram said:

Or, we were trying to box a little too clever in how its all structured.. £x pounds after y goals etc.

Or, we aren't actually bothered.

A football manager special. About 50p up front then every single add on you can fit in the box that have about a 5% chance of all coming off.

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19 hours ago, DCFC1388 said:

How can it start a bidding war when he a release clause of 2.5m? 

Because that just sets the minimum price for the bidding war to start at.

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10 minutes ago, Van Wolfie said:

Because that just sets the minimum price for the bidding war to start at.

Not really, clubs would only have to match that price and Posh have to accept that. The only bidding war will be what he gets paid. 

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1 hour ago, Van Wolfie said:

Because that just sets the minimum price for the bidding war to start at.

Release clause price would be the maximum anyone would have to pay - The club have to accept any bid at that level so anyone bidding higher would be daft

1 hour ago, rynny said:

Not really, clubs would only have to match that price and Posh have to accept that. The only bidding war will be what he gets paid. 

Two options for a bidding war that I could see

1) the offer they've accepted could be much below release clause price

2) any agent would want to start a bidding war for player wages - suggesting multiple clubs in for him would drive that up 

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3 minutes ago, Nuwtfly said:

Might be us?

I'm just upset to see that we're not going to miss out on Sam Szmodics once again. Come on recruitment team, pull your fingers out.....

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On 14/01/2020 at 09:37, rynny said:

Not really, clubs would only have to match that price and Posh have to accept that. The only bidding war will be what he gets paid. 

Correct! Then it’s up to the player if he fancies the move and wages 👍
 

“The buying club pays the amount via the player. Release clause is the clause in which the club owning the player sets some pre-determined contractual amount below which they reject the offer but has to accept the offer when they ask at the pre-determined contractual amount.”

 

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