Blackpool Inserted Sell-on Clause As Part Of Deal Taking Osayi-Samuel To QPRPublished: August 09, 2020
According to Blackpool Gazette, EFL League One side Blackpool stand to pocket a percentage of any future transfer fees paid for Bright Osayi-Samuel if he departs Queens Park Rangers before his contract expires.
The Seasiders negotiated a sell-on fee as part of the deal that took Osayi-Samuel to Loftus Road on transfer deadline day in September 2017.
Despite the lure of Champions League football next season, the Nigerian-born winger has reportedly turned down a move to Belgian champions Club Brugge as he is hoping to join a Premier League club.
The 22-year-old has been linked with possible moves to Burnley and Crystal Palace but the two clubs have yet to firm up their interest in the winger with an official bid.
The 2019-2020 season was Osayi-Samuel's most successful season as a professional, scoring 5 goals and setting up nine others in 37 Championship matches.
He was on the books of Blackpool for three years before transferring to Queens Park Rangers in exchange for a fee above one million pounds.
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