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For De Jong, they don't want to offer 80 million euros but for this Porto player they do

Porto is close to selling the player to Manchester United for 80 million euros. 

Manchester United do not want to offer Barcelona that much for De Jong but they do want to offer Porto's Evanilson.
Manchester United do not want to offer Barcelona that much for De Jong but they do want to offer Porto's Evanilson.

Porto is used to being a great economic manager, buying cheaply while selling very expensively. This summer will be no different, and the Portuguese team has already officially sold Fábio Vieira for 35 million, plus another five million in variables, and has already negotiated the departure of Vitinha to PSG in exchange for 40 million euros.

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These are very important figures for the summer market in search of very attractive players. To this economic amount, 80 more million can be added, since Manchester United is one step away from paying Evanilson de Lima's clause.

According to 'Marca', the first offer of 60 fixed plus five in variables by United was rejected by Porto. Therefore, the English side is preparing a second offer valued at 70 million, but the Dragons are asking for the 80 million that marks his termination clause. One thing is certain: Evanilson is going to take the throne of the most expensive sale in the history of the Portuguese team from Éder Militao (50 million).

How Evanilson fared in the 2022-23 season

Evanilson's numbers can be summarized in 21 goals (14 in the League and seven in the Cup) in 45 games. He was a differential player for Porto's double. "I'm at a good level, but I'm not at the top yet. I will continue to work to keep growing and if some great team appears", confessed the Brazilian player in his last public appearance.

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