Benfica set to continue their summer selling spree with the imminent departure of out-of-favour Peruvian winger
Benfica are expected to see yet another departure this summer, seeing their income for this annual year increased further.
Having already sold Raul Jimenez, Joao Felix, Eduardo Salvio and Luka Jovic for a combined 178 million euros this summer, Benfica are on the brink of bringing in even more money as a result of player sales.
Midfielder Fejsa is another that could be set to leave this summer, a move to Turkey very much on the cards, but the next sale is expected to be that of Andre Carrillo.
The 28-year old Peruvian winger was loaned to Saudi Arabian outfit Al Hilal last season, and that move is now fully expected to be made permanent for a fee in the region of 8 million euros.
In addition to receiving the money, Benfica will also retain 70% of his future sell-on fee, according to A Bola, meaning that Benfica could make further profits on a player that arrived at the club back in 2016.
Carrillo has previously spent time in England, having been loaned to Watford for the 2017-18 campaign. While he impressed during his time at the club, they chose not to take up the opportunity to make his move permanent and he returned to Benfica.
He has represented Peru on 60 occasions.