Bruno Fernandes is undergoing a medical at Manchester United after the clubs agreed a deal in the region of £ 46.4million.
United will expect the formalities to be completed in time for the midfielder to make his debut against Wolverhampton at Old Trafford on Saturday.
Sporting, however, have released the details of the deal and how the add-on clauses work.
The Lions are due £ 46.4million as the transfer fee and £ 8.4million in “achievable add-ons” like matches played, United reaching the CL, etc. There’s also another £ 12.6million in add-ons which will come into effect if Bruno wins the Balon D’ or or United win the Champions League, etc.
Bruno Fernandes has reportedly agreed a deal until summer of 2024 with an option for another year.