Spanish La Liga side Leganes stands to earn 10% from the sale of Ghanaian international Thomas Teye Partey should his Atletico Madrid side decide to sell him in the summer transfer window.
The highly-rated midfielder came through the ranks at Leganes before eventually ending up with the Rojiblancos. Earlier, the side owned 50% of any future sale of the Black Stars man until Atleti bought 40% of the rights for six million euros back in July 2017.
With the 10% still hanging, Thomas Partey who is rated at 50 Million Euros will benefit Leganes if Atletico Madrid transfers him in the next transfer window.
The budding middle man continues to be a transfer target of a host of European giants such as PSG, Manchester United, and Arsenal.
It is unclear whether Atletico Madrid will work on buying the reaming 10% right from Leganes or they will leave it hanging.