Inter Miami CF announced that it has exercised its Salary Budget Charge buyout on goalkeeper Nick Marsman’s
In other words, Inter Miami CF terminated Nick Marsman’s contract with the team but that doesn’t mean he goes empty handed. The buyout option benefits both the player and the team. The player receives some form of financial compensation, which can help them during the transition period wile they search for a new team or deal with other career opportunities. On the other hand, the team gains roster flexibility and potentially saves money by not having to pay the player’s full contract salary.
Previously joining Miami, the 32-year-old spent two seasons at Feyenoord, In his two seasons at Feyenoord, Marsman made 29 appearances across all competitions, including five starts in the Europa League, and registered 12 clean sheets.
It is evident that the Dutchman did not have the best time in the Sunshine State during his tenure with the Herons. With only 6 clean sheets in 29 appearances, Marsman faced challenges in the penalty area, conceding 49 goals. His performance as a shot-stopper was notable, but his time with the team was marked by difficulties in maintaining a strong defensive record. After three seasons with the club, his adventure came to an end.
Miami’s Decision to exercise its Salary Budget Charge buyout is likely seen as a move to free up funds for signing another player. This comes amidst the declarations of Luis Suarez leaving Gremio in December, which has fueled stronger rumors about his potential signing with Miami.
With an estimated $600,000 in salary relief from Marsman’s contract, Miami appears poised to engage in roster adjustments in pursuit of recruiting a new talent.