Mohamed Salah might not be a Chelsea player anymore, but the Blues are in line for a £2.7 million bonus when Salah completes his transfer to Liverpool, according to reports.
The Times claim that Chelsea inserted a sell-on clause when they sold the Egypt international to Roma for £12 million last August, after failing to impress at Stamford Bridge.
The clause enables Chelsea to receive 10% of any profit Roma make on Salah, who is on the verge of joining Jurgen Klopp’s side in a £39m deal.
Salah has now agreed a four-year contract with Liverpool.
Salah, who never made the cut at Chelsea, will become Liverpool’s most expensive signing in history if he makes the 39m switch to Anfield, overtaking the £35m paid to Newcastle United for Andy Carroll in January 2011.