Besiktas is one of the clubs that seems interested in getting the services of Willian
Joseph. The striker is one of the names that the Turkish club is considering to reinforce its attack and according to the Ottoman portal Ortacizgi.com, the Real would be asking six million euros for the tip of Porto Calvo, an amount that Besiktas, always according to this information, would be willing to pay in four installments of 1.5 million per year. In the same news it is indicated that the club would have already spoken with Willian
Joseph, who would ask for a salary of 2.5 million in addition to bonuses.
It must be remembered that Deportivo Maldonado would take 30% of those six million, so the Real would enter 4.2 million euros, in addition to saving the player’s file. To these 4.2, we should also add the four million that Wolverhampton has had to pay in compensation for not having executed the purchase option on the Brazilian forward, so that the Real would end up receiving 8.2 million euros for a footballer who came free after ending his contract in Las Palmas.