in England say Middlesbrough have already chosen Sporar



The English club does not intend to pay 8.5 million euros.

Sporar will hardly continue to be a Middlesbrough player in 2022/23. The English club are not ready to pay the €8.5m clause which would become mandatory if the striker scores 15 goals or moves up a division. The Slovenian should return to Sporting, with whom he has a contract until 2025, as reported by “Echo du Nord”.

A possible negotiation with the lions is open, but at a much lower price, because he is not seen as a fundamental player, especially because the intention of the club is to attack the German and Dutch markets for the next season.

The forward has scored eight goals in 34 games in the Championship, is nowhere near the 15 mark that would make a purchase mandatory and even promotion from the Championship to the Premier League is a remote possibility.

The 28-year-old arrived at Sporting in 2019/20 from Slovan Bratislava after being loaned out to Braga in the second half of last season.

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