Man Metropolis affirm Nmecha exit with two clauses inserted
Manchester City have confirmed the exit tonight, but not without adding two clauses that could allow them to generate future revenue.
According to Fabrizio Romano, City tonight confirmed the departure of Lukas Nmecha to Wolfsburg worth 13 million euros (11.1 million pounds).
Nmecha has been with the Citizens since he was nine when he was scouted for his school team and shortly afterwards moved from Germany.
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But he has only made two senior appearances for the club in the league and has completed four loan periods during his senior career.
Nmecha has spent time with Preston, the new club Wolfsburg, Middlesbrough and most recently Anderlecht.
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The 22-year-old striker scored 18 goals in 37 league games for Anderlecht last season, bringing him to Wolfsburg ahead of the new season.
Although, according to Fabrizio Romano, who is well aware of Nmecha’s talent, City put a buyback clause in the front man’s deal giving them a right of first refusal and they also have a 15% sales fee if they don’t accept the option, to sign the German again.