Dragons agree to give up the Swiss right-back to Valladolid, but want to include a mandatory purchase clause.
With the hope of fulfilling the pre-season with the blues and whites, Janko is waiting for Valladolid and FC Porto to reach an understanding in order to fulfill the desire to play in the Spanish league.
The operation, however, is not easy to complete. The reason for this impasse, according to the local press, lies in the clauses that will be included in the contract to be signed between the two clubs. The dragons are even willing to accept the Swiss loan proposal, but they want to include a mandatory purchase clause worth two million euros, similar to what the Greeks at PAOK offered.
Valladolid, meanwhile, just want to keep the option to buy the right-back. Despite everything, the two parties are confident that the differences can be overcome in the coming days.