Keagan Dolly is hot property this transfer window, and he has been linked with a possible exit from Chloorkop should a team fork out his buyout clause. But how much profit could the club make off him?
The Brazilians are said to have slapped on an audacious buyout clause of €1.6 million (R25 million) on the attacking midfielder, and it has been reported that French club Montpellier are close to securing his signature.
A proposed figure of €1.7 million (R25.5 million) has been bandied around, and if they have offered such a deal, it would mean they have definitely matched the figure in Dolly's contract.
"Keagz" originally cost the Brazilians R7.5 million when he signed from Ajax Cape Town in 2014, and if Montpellier do land up signing him, the African champions could make an R18 million profit off him.
It would be a win-win situation for both parties as Sundowns would have received their buyout clause money, and Dolly will be heading to Europe – a dream of his.
Should Sundowns sell him if his buyout clause is met?