Wigan Athletic target Ivan Ramis has been told by Real Mallorca he will be allowed to leave if the club receives a €6m offer for him.
The figure is the rescission clause in Ramis’ contract and AS reports that the Premier League club had a €3.5m bid for the 27-year-old rejected earlier this week as the Islanders, currently in administration, would automatically lose 60 per cent of any transfer fee – 25 per cent to the tax authorities, 20 per cent to its creditors and 15 per cent to Ramis as stipulated in his contract.
Ramis has already expressed a desire to move to England and link up with countryman Roberto Martinez at the DW Stadium, but Los Bermellones are in no mood to undersell him and will insist on the full transfer fee.
Other than that, Ramis’ only option would be to waive his €900,000 cut from the deal and bring his price down to around a more realistic €5m.
The Mallorca-born player has been with the club his entire career, apart from a loan spell with Real Valladolid in the 2005-06 season, and made his debut against Albacete in February 2004.