Man City include three clauses in Romeo Lavia transfer to Southampton

Romeo Lavia was signed from Anderlecht two years ago.

Southampton are likely to announce the permanent signing of Manchester City academy graduate Romeo Lavia. It’s a deal worth a potential £14 million.

Manchester City are maintaining several clauses that could benefit them in the future.

There were some reports that two clubs had agreed on a deal worth around £10 million for the holding midfielder – however, it became apparent in the days that followed that the sides had actually agreed on a £14 million deal.

Manchester Evening News reported that the Premier League champions are set to bank an initial £10.5 million, with potential bonuses of £3.5 million for the 18-year-old.

Lavia was signed from Anderlecht two years ago and went on to impress immensely within the Elite Development Squad and has featured in Guardiola’s senior matchday squads on a number of occasions.

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