Rayo Vallecano: Rayo income 1.3 million for the transfer of Lex Moreno to Aston Villa

Lex Moreno is already history in LaLiga. Or at least until now. The Catalan winger is already an Aston Villa player until 2026Thus ended his term in Spain. Rayo, Mallorca, Elche and Betis were all part of the decade Lex played between First and Second, however, it will be in Vallecas where he will make the jump in quality. At just 21 years old, Moreno made his LaLiga debut with the bar, with which he also earned a promotion. After losing the category in the 2018-2019 season, the Catalan headed to Betis after a busy summer.

He did it for €7m and 20% of the capital profit from a future transfer, not the full amount Betis paid.. Reality ended after four years. Betis switched left-back for €13.5m and 1.5in variables. In this way, Rayo will enter 1.3 million euros for the departure of Moreno to the Prime Minister, an amount that can increase if the variables specified in the contract are met, depending on a series of individual goals (number of matches). Collective (Aston Villa’s tenure in the premiership).

With all that Rayo will enter 8.3 million euros for a player who has not played 50 matches in the first division with Gaza Strip and that although it ended up revalued at Betis, its market value had not risen excessively. Despite the fact that in the first season after Lex Moreno, Rayo did not find a replacement, they did in the next season, when they could already count on Fran García who continues to grow by leaps and bounds over the years.

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Selling it, it is the second most expensive sale in the history of Rayo

The amount added by the surplus value of the Lex Moreno transfer assumes something more than just income for Rayo. 8.3 million euros makes the Catalan winger the second highest transfer champion in the history of the sectorexceeding the 8 million that Celta paid Fran Beltran in 2018-2019 and only behind the 10 million that Espanyol paid to sign Imbarba after only one season.

soccer victims, His last LaLiga match with a Betis shirt was at Vallecas. A club and a stadium that have had a lot in the career of Lex Moreno who is now looking to jump into the Premier League to continue growing as a footballer in one of the biggest leagues.

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