Pompey guaranteed windfall after Adam Webster completes move from Ipswich to Bristol City
Pompey are guaranteed a windfall from Adam Webster's sale to Bristol City.
The former Blues defender completed his switch to the Robins from Ipswich today, reportedly for an initial fee of Â£3.5m.
And it means Pompey will receive 20 per cent of the profit from the transfer.
Webster moved to the Tractor Boys from Fratton Park in June 2016 for Â£750,000.
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In his Portman Road contract there was a 20 per cent sell-on clause inserted.
As a result, it means Webster's departure from Ipswich to Bristol City will earn the Blues Â£550,000 from the Â£2.75m profit Paul Hurst's side will net.
Webster will link-up with former Pompey midfielder Marlon Pack at Ashton Gate.