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How much are Bohemians set to profit from Doherty transfer?


Matt Doherty transfer looks set to join Spurs in a deal that would see Bohemians earn 10% of the transfer fee.

Doherty transfer to Spurs

The Irish international is close to securing an €18 million move away from Molineux. Jose Mourinho is seeking to bolster his right-back position. The 28-year-old joined Wolves in 2010 when Mick McCarthy invited him for a trial after being impressed in a pre-season friendly.

The gypsies only received about €75,000 at the time but will reap the rewards a decade later thanks to a sell-on clause. The deal is understood to be in the region of €18million which will land the Dublin based club a cool €1.8million. The transfer is being pushed along thanks to the link between Wolves and Arsenal wing-back Ainsley Maitland-Niles who would be a replacement for Doherty in Nuno Espirito Santo’s side.

3 wins in a week 3 clean sheets 🤪😛 6 games to go, rest up and we go again next week #wwfc 🧡🖤 @Wolves pic.twitter.com/QVSQvP2g44

— Matt Doherty (@mattdoherty20) June 27, 2020

What Prem-proven Doherty brings to Spurs 

Firstly, Doherty is Wolves’ longest-serving outfield player. Secondly, in the 19/20 Premier League season Doherty played 36 of his side’s 38 games and contributed 4 goals and 3 assists and 56 tackles. Thirdly, Tottenham have been looking for a suitable replacement after Kieran Trippier’s departure to Atletico Madrid.

As a result of already losing Kyle Walker-Peters to Southampton in this transfer window. Tottenham is looking for competition for Serge Aurier and Prem-proven Doherty will be a welcome sight for fans. Hailed for his crossing ability, aerial prowess, and marauding runs. In conclusion, Doherty will add to Aurier’s flare and offer solidity to Mourinho’s back-line.



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