Buy-Out Clause for Michael Laudrup Set at £10m to Scare Off All But Richest Suitors: The Nightly EPL
Swansea City have set the buy-out clause to break Michael Laudrup’s recently signed contract at a whopping £10 million, scaring off all but the richest suitors.
With Laudrup flying high in his first season in the Premier League, you can only imagine that a club such as Real Madrid or Chelsea would be able to afford the extravagant buy-out clause. It’s good business for Swansea either way — whether Laudrup stays or goes at the club.
Here are tonight’s Premier League news headlines:
- Buy-out clause for Michael Laudrup set at £10 million to scare off all but the richest suitors — The Sun
- Roberto Mancini targets FA Cup success after conceding league title — The Guardian
- Stoke’s best run since 19th century not good enough for Pulis’ critics — The Independent
- Rafael Benítez bemoans Chelsea’s ‘impossible’ league and Cup schedule — The Guardian
- One blogger started this Chelsea hate campaign and I’m powerless to stop it — Rafa Benitez
- Sunderland need heroic goals from Connor Wickham and Danny Graham — The Guardian
- England’s football team have been here before. Don’t panic! — The Guardian
- Arsène Wenger places players on alert over their future at Arsenal — The Guardian
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