the old steering wheel River Plate Enzo Fernandez joined the Benfica in the best way. The expectation for the figure with a past in the millionaire is so great in the Lusitanian entity, which has a termination clause of 120 million euros. And on the courts he has started to show what he can offer the German-led cast Roger Schmidt.
In its first official presentation, corresponding to the third qualifying round for the Champions League group stage, the Argentinian improvised an extraordinary work of art to lead his team to victory against Central Jutland of Denmark. It was a play. Of those that are practiced during the week. The exit from a past corner found the virtuous midfielder, who first sealed the 3 to 0 (later, he would finish 4-1) partial to gain a good advantage against the rematch which will be played in Scandinavian territory next Tuesday.
To clarify the objective of the international competition, the Benfica must face an instance prior to that which integrates the fields of 32 teams that will play the with big ears before the winner of the crossing that will brighten up the Kyiv Dynamo and the Strum Graz of Austria (key to play between August 16 and 24).
It should be recalled that the Lusitanian entity reported on the operation to set up the former River by a communication addressed to Portuguese Securities Market Commissionwhere it specifies that the agreement between the parties has been concluded for the acquisition of sports rights and that 75% of economic rights. In other words, even if the amount was ten million european currencyhe can “add a variable value of 8 million euros”.
Regarding the termination clause, this amount is important for Núñez’s club, given that in the future, if Benfica decides to transfer Fernandez with its execution The group could receive a figure close to 30 million euros.
The player had already made his debut during the pre-season, where he left very good feelings. It was in the friendly match against Nice in France, where the Portuguese team won 3-0, and one of the goals was scored by Nicholas Otamendi.