West Brom make deal with Macquarie for remaining fee

18 December 2019

West Bromwich Albion
Photo: Getty Images West Brom are cruizing towards the Premier League with 12 points down to number three in the Championship. Now the club have made a deal with Australian bank Macquarie for the remaning fee of Craig Dawson.

In exchange for an up-front cash sum, West Bromwich Albion have handed over the rights to the remaining fee from the Craig Dawson transfer to Macquarie.

Crystal Palace, Bournemouth and Leicester have made similar deals with the investment bank.

Mads Meisner Christensen mm@offthepitch.com

West Brom have secured the remaining fee owed to them by Watford for the Craig Dawson transfer.

According to a filing at Companies House, the club were still owed a £2.4 million payment from Watford - a debt which West Bromwich Albion have handed over to the Australian investment bank Macquarie.

Craig Dawson was signed by Watford this summer for a fee of around £5.4 million, with the outstanding £2.4 million due 1st September 2021.

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