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Sport Clause madness in football

19:35  25 november  2020
19:35  25 november  2020 Source:   bravo.de

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Die Klausel-Meister von Paris: Neymar und Mbappe © Provided by BRAVO The Clause Masters of Paris: Neymar and Mbappe The craziest clauses in football!

You have already heard of spectacular contract clauses - special agreements in addition to the normal player contract. Neymar, the king of the clause, was able to move to Paris in 2017 because of a release clause of 222 million euros. But the Brazilian is not only the (exit) clause king, but also clause clown!

defense? Without me!

In Paris he not only earns almost 36 million euros per year, but also has a special status in training. A clause allegedly states that the 28-year-old is exempt from all defensive tasks in training. In addition, his teammates should be prohibited from tough tackles. And Mr. Extrawurst also has a unique privilege with the national team: He is the only PSG professional allowed to violate the dress code of the Parisians. Mbappe and Co., on the other hand, are obliged to wear the club supplier's collections.

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Paris - the clause land of milk and honey

Apparently you are a big clause fan in Paris. Or is it perhaps because even a large club has to make some concessions in order to attract and keep the biggest stars? Neymar's team-mate Mbappe had the luxurious addition to his contract that he would receive a monthly grant of 30,000 euros to finance a bodyguard and a chauffeur, among other things. Not bad!

It also works the other way around!

contract amendments are not only wanted by the players. In the case of special characters, the clubs also write certain conditions in the contract. It was crazy at Liverpool long before "Kloppo" took over the helm: When Mario Balotelli, generally known as undisciplined, switched to Liverpool, the club set a curious bonus: Balotelli will receive a million pounds bonus at the end of the season if he receives less than three red cards and does not spit on an opponent. Sounds crazy - but it worked! In the season 14/15 "Super (bad) -Mario" did not receive a single expulsion.

Problem case Dembele

FC Barcelona not only have model professionals in their squad. The biggest problem child seems to be ex-BVB star Ousmane Dembele. He is said to have an unprofessional lifestyle, which may be why he is permanently injured. In addition, the French don't care about punctuality. There were more frequent reports of being late, mostly it is said that the wing racer overslept. What do you do with a problem child? Monitoring, at least that's what FCB thought. So they quickly wrote in the 23-year-old's contract that he was not allowed to switch off his cell phone to be available 24 hours a day.

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