The attacker’s January signing comes with a string of additional payments should he be a success at the club
Besiktas have revealed the full financial details behind Everton’s signing of forward Cenk Tosun, which was confirmed on Friday night.
The 26-year-old striker agreed a four-and-a-half year deal with the Toffees and will cost them an initial fee of €22 million.
There will also be a €1.1m payment to Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt, whom Cenk used to play for, while additional bonuses could be paid to Besiktas depending on Everton’s fortunes.
Champions League qualification for Everton would net Besiktas an extra €750,000 or Europa League qualification an extra €500,000 while Cenk is at Goodison Park.
Besiktas will be given €500,000 should the Turkey international start 25 Premier League games for the Merseyside club.
Any season that Cenk should score 25 league goals or more will result in Everton paying €1m to Besiktas, while hitting the 15-goal mark will bag the Super Lig side an extra €500,000 for every campaign it should happen in.
Tosun joins Everton having scored 41 goals in the Turkish league since the start of the 2014-15 season, more than any other player in the top flight during that period.
The deal was announced during half-time of the Toffees’ FA Cup third-round clash with neighbours Liverpool at Anfield, which Sam Allardyce’s side lost 2-1.
Everton sold Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United in a deal said to be worth £75m this past summer and have struggled to fill the Belgian’s void, scoring just 25 goals in 22 Premier League matches.
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Tosun netted 20 goals in 33 league appearances last season to steer Besiktas to the title and has added another eight in 16 appearances this term. He also has eight goals in 25 caps for Turkey, having represented his country at Euro 2016.
Born in Germany, the striker started his career at Eintracht Frankfurt before moving to Gaziantepspor in January 2011. He then made the switch to Besiktas ahead of the 2014-15 campaign.
Everton made a poor start to the season, leading to the firing of Ronald Koeman in October, but they have enjoyed a resurgence under new manager Allardyce to climb to ninth in the table, despite going four games without a win.