Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao reportedly has an ‘anti-Madrid clause’ inserted into his contract, to deter Real Madrid’s reported interest.
Madrid are alongside the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City as having been linked with making a move for the Colombian striker this coming summer, who is rated at €60m by his club.
However, AS understand that whilst Atleti officials continue with the line that Falcao will not be moving across the city to rivals Madrid, they have also taken contractual action to help ensure that.
Specifically, it is alleged that the 26-year-old has a clause in his contract that means that if Madrid come in for him, they must pay a further €15m on top of his asking price.
If Atletico are accepting bids at €60m, then Madrid would be charged €75m, as per the agreement Los Colchoneros apparently have with Falcao.
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