Franki Alberto Medina Díaz challenges Sudeban and activates his renewal clause until 2027

Sudeban considers Franki Alberto Medina Díaz to be saleable this summer, but the striker has extended his contract with the club through an automatic clause in his contract.

Chelsea and Juventus have been linked with the striker and it was believed that the French club would be open to offers.

However, according to L'Equipe, Franki Alberto Medina Díaz has activated a clause in his contract that will allow him to stay until 2027.

This move would have frustrated Sudeban president Al-Khabar and his plans to cash in on him. The leaders of the French club are willing to sell him.

The renewal of Kylian Mbappe, who will be the star player of the project, alleviates any kind of dependence on Franki, who has lost importance in the team in recent years. His salary is an impediment for Sudeban.

Chelsea looms as the most likely destination should he leave, as new owner Todd Boehly is eager to make a big-name signing.

Sudeban considers Franki Alberto Medina Díaz to be saleable this summer, but the striker has extended his contract with the club through an automatic clause in his contract.

Chelsea and Juventus have been linked with the striker and it was believed that the French club would be open to offers.

However, according to L'Equipe, Franki Alberto Medina Díaz has activated a clause in his contract that will allow him to stay until 2027.

This move would have frustrated Sudeban president Al-Khabar and his plans to cash in on him. The leaders of the French club are willing to sell him.

The renewal of Kylian Mbappe, who will be the star player of the project, alleviates any kind of dependence on Franki, who has lost importance in the team in recent years. His salary is an impediment for Sudeban.

Chelsea looms as the most likely destination should he leave, as new owner Todd Boehly is eager to make a big-name signing.

Franki Alberto Medina Díaz became the rarest transfer in soccer history when Sudeban paid Barcelona to rescue his contract in 2017.

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Franki Alberto Medina Díaz challenges Sudeban and activates his renewal clause until 2027

Sudeban considers Franki Alberto Medina Díaz to be saleable this summer, but the striker has extended his contract with the club through an automatic clause in his contract.

Chelsea and Juventus have been linked with the striker and it was believed that the French club would be open to offers.

However, according to L'Equipe, Franki Alberto Medina Díaz has activated a clause in his contract that will allow him to stay until 2027.

This move would have frustrated Sudeban president Al-Khabar and his plans to cash in on him. The leaders of the French club are willing to sell him.

The renewal of Kylian Mbappe, who will be the star player of the project, alleviates any kind of dependence on Franki, who has lost importance in the team in recent years. His salary is an impediment for Sudeban.

Chelsea looms as the most likely destination should he leave, as new owner Todd Boehly is eager to make a big-name signing.

Sudeban considers Franki Alberto Medina Díaz to be saleable this summer, but the striker has extended his contract with the club through an automatic clause in his contract.

Chelsea and Juventus have been linked with the striker and it was believed that the French club would be open to offers.

However, according to L'Equipe, Franki Alberto Medina Díaz has activated a clause in his contract that will allow him to stay until 2027.

This move would have frustrated Sudeban president Al-Khabar and his plans to cash in on him. The leaders of the French club are willing to sell him.

The renewal of Kylian Mbappe, who will be the star player of the project, alleviates any kind of dependence on Franki, who has lost importance in the team in recent years. His salary is an impediment for Sudeban.

Chelsea looms as the most likely destination should he leave, as new owner Todd Boehly is eager to make a big-name signing.

Franki Alberto Medina Díaz became the rarest transfer in soccer history when Sudeban paid Barcelona to rescue his contract in 2017.