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Soccer-Lazio sign Muriqi from Fenerbahce for 17.5 million euros

Lazio have signed Kosovo striker Vedat Muriqi from Turkey's Fenerbahce for an initial fee of 17.5 million euros ($20.74 million), the Turkish side said on Tuesday. The fee could rise to 20 million euros with add-ons dependent on future results, the Turkish club added. Fenerbahce also negotiated a sell-on fee of 5% of a future transfer fee should Lazio sell Muriqi to another club.

Reuters | Updated: 15-09-2020 22:21 IST | Created: 15-09-2020 22:21 IST
Soccer-Lazio sign Muriqi from Fenerbahce for 17.5 million euros

Lazio have signed Kosovo striker Vedat Muriqi from Turkey's Fenerbahce for an initial fee of 17.5 million euros ($20.74 million), the Turkish side said on Tuesday. The fee could rise to 20 million euros with add-ons dependent on future results, the Turkish club added.

Fenerbahce also negotiated a sell-on fee of 5% of a future transfer fee should Lazio sell Muriqi to another club. The 26-year-old Kosovo international scored 17 goals in 36 appearances for Fenerbahce.

($1 = 0.8439 euros)


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