Wolves risk missing out on big bucks by selling wanted left-back Rayan Et-Nouri. Due to the 50% share in the contract with his former club.
Et-Nouri has received a lot of praise for his performances this season. And has received attention from many teams, whether it is Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona.
Meanwhile, Premier League clubs such as Liverpool, Man City and Spurs are closely monitoring him.
Still, Wolves, who have struggled to keep the 20-year-old, also face a huge loss in selling et-nouri after his former club Angers put a 50-percent share clause in. in the contract when he moved to Molineux last season
Et-Nouri spent the 2020-21 season on loan with Wolves before Premier League clubs Will buy out of the price of 10 million pounds last July.
Angers, however, have put that condition in place. This means Wolves will have to pay half of the sale of him to the French club.
However, Ligue 1 side Angers included the clause in the deal which would mean Wolves would need to give half of any potential transfer fee to the French club if the Premier League end up selling him.
Wolves are understood to be keen to keep hold of the France Under-21 international and they have the option to buy out Angers’ sell-on clause.