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Cruz Azul lose share of Santiago Giménez’s future sale

According to the director of Feyenoord, the Dutch club already own more than half of the Mexican striker’s rights.

Cruz Azul lose share of Santiago Giménez’s future sale
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In July 2022, Cruz Azul and Feyenoord reached an agreement for the sale of 50% of Santiago Giménez for an estimated fee of €4 million.

At the time, it was agreed that the Dutch club could acquire a greater percentage of the player’s contract if he reached the expected performance targets, which have already been achieved.

The Rotterdam club’s general manager, Dennis te Kloese, confirmed to NRC that they own more than 50% of the 21-year-old Mexican striker’s contract, without going into details about the exact amount. However, he clarified that this percentage is more than the initial 50%.

Considering the impressive numbers of the former Cruz Azul striker, in terms of games played, goals scored and performances, Feyenoord had the possibility and obligation to acquire a higher percentage of the player’s contract.

Cruz Azul still retain a percentage of his rights. of a future sale. Given the strong performances that the striker is producing, the transfer could be a significant figure for the Mexican outfit.

Giménez has a contract with Feyenoord until December 2026. He has played 31 games for the Dutch side, scoring 12 goals and registering one assist.


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