Sporting’s SAD informed the Securities Market Commission (CMVM) this Wednesday of all the deals it did in the past winter market. This document details the amounts paid for the purchase of players, including the remaining pass by Matheus Nunes, as well as the amount received when players leave the club.
According to this document, the lions paid, in January, 450 thousand euros to Estoril for the remaining 50% of the pass of the midfielder Matheus Nunes, being now with the totality of the same. In addition, Sporting also paid half a million euros to the Estorilistas for the entire pass of the 18-year-old midfielder Rafael Moreira, who signed a contract valid until 2023 and was left with a termination clause in the amount of 45 million euros. In the latter case, Estoril maintains 10% of future capital gains.
With regard to reinforcements for the main squad of Leon, the SAD of the Alvalade club clarifies that João Pereira arrived without any cost – he was free, Paulinho cost 16 million euros for 70% of the pass – information that had already been disclosed at the time – , plus 275 thousand euros in commissions, and defender Matheus Reis cost 275 thousand euros in commissions to Sporting’s coffers. The Brazilian defender will be on loan until the end of the season and will remain connected until 2026 to the lions, who keep the entire pass.
With regard to departures, Sporting won a total of 7.5 million euros, divided between Luciano Vietto (3.5 million, with Sporting getting 10% of a future sale), Borja (3 million) and still Ristovski (1 million and Sporting keeps the right to 10% surplus in a future sale). João Silva left Istra at zero cost, but the lions also maintain a percentage of a future sale.
With regard to loans to other clubs, Sporar stands out, with SC Braga having a purchase option at the end of the same, as well as those by Josip Misic (Dinamo Zagreb), Ivanildo Fernandes (Almería) and Diaby (Anderlecht) , whose teams all also have a purchase option. The same does not happen with the cases of Pedro Mendes, Pedro Marques, Rafael Camacho and Tiago Ilori.