A club has decided to activate Bruno Guimarães’ release clause. And it’s not PSG!

Today’s big news: according to X account @Nufc2Everything, Manchester City has decided to activate the release clause for Bruno Guimarães. Pressured by PSG? According to Globo, the Parisian club has decided to accelerate discussions in the coming days to attract the Newcastle United player.

Bruno Guimarães’ contract includes a release clause set at 100 million pounds sterling, or just over 100 million euros, valid until June 24th. A peculiarity of this clause is that it can be paid in three installments, which could facilitate the transaction for PSG. However, it appears that Manchester City has decided to move faster than PSG.

However, other English sources claim that City has not triggered the clause, even suggesting that the information is a “lie.”

For Newcastle United, despite their on-field performances, the club is under Financial Fair Play (FFP) scrutiny and might be forced to sell players to balance their finances. Selling Guimarães at such a high price would provide significant financial relief for the Magpies.

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