Thomas Sandgaard has spoken about the money owed to Charlton Athletic in connection with Karlan Grant’s move to West Bromwich Albion.
The Huddersfield Town forward joined the Baggies yesterday in a deal which was widely reported to be worth £ 15million.
And the Addicks are believed to have a 20% sale in this deal on anything over the £ 2million the Terriers paid to pull it off SE7 in January 2019.
Sandgaard was talking to South London Press before the Grant agreement was made. West Brom has since signed the forward to a six-year contract, with suggestions that the fees will be phased over that period. This meant Charlton was going to split his money into installments.
“It will fill a very dry area when I look at the financial sources for this season for the club,” said the Danish owner of Charlton. “I will suffer massive losses due to Covid and the lack of supporters entering the stadium.
“Everything obviously helps. Of course, I’m prepared for this – I didn’t walk into this blindfold. But that kind of positive news is going to come in handy, also given the kind of investment I’m looking to make in the club.
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