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Feyenoord, ADO Den Haag due breakthrough fees over Bournemouth Ake sale

Feyenoord and ADO Den Haag are hoping Bournemouth sell Nathan Ake this summer.

The Holland defender is being linked with Manchester City and former club Chelsea.

And should a sale go through, his former Dutch clubs Feyenoord and ADO will be due a cut of the fee courtesy of a new FIFA ruling. It's been announced domestic transfers will now see compensation go to the player's former clubs - and Ake's old teams could be the first to benefit.

RTV Rijnmond says if Ake leaves Dean Court for €38m, Feyenoord will be due €484,000 (1.25 per cent) from the fee while ADO will get €96,750 (0.25 per cent).

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