The results in the Bundesliga over the weekend mean that Jens Petter Hauge will complete his permanent move to Eintracht Frankfurt from AC Milan.
The Norwegian winger was sold by the Rossoneri with the formula of a loan with option to buy that would then become an obligation to buy once Eintracht avoided relegation and thus secured their top-flight status for another season.
Now, Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com has confirmed that Hauge is a new Eintracht Frankfurt player on permanent deal. Milan will receive the €2m for the loan plus €8m for the deal to be made permanent and then an extra €2m in bonuses which have already been achieved.
Milan could make even more money from the deal yet because there are another €3m in potential bonuses that have not yet been achieved plus 15% on the proceeds from a potential future resale, which means the package is a nice capital gain on the few million paid to Bodo/Glimt in summer 2020.