LONDON. — Real Madrid inserted a buy-back clause into Arsenal’s deal for Mesut Ozil in 2013, according to a leaked document.
The document — published today by website Football Leaks — also revealed exactly how much Arsenal paid for the play-maker, and how they paid it.
Should the Gunners decide to sell Ozil to any club from Spain, Madrid have a 48-hour option to buy him first, as long as they match the offer. Staggeringly, if the Arsenal sell Ozil to a different Spanish club for more than €50million, Madrid will be entitled to 33 percent of any profit made on the deal. — The Mirror.