Many leading European parties are interested in signing Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland summer, but some are not considering the extra cost of purchasing a sought-after star.
Manchester City Leading the race for the Norwegian striker is reportedly in the lead, with Pep Guardiola finally signing his long-awaited number 9. The £ 63 million release clause in Hollande’s contract, which takes effect in the summer, looks like a theft, given he expects a “Golden Ball”. but this may not be the case.
PICTURE showed that the signing of Hollande could cost the City more than £ 300 million. This figure includes items, agency fees and the amount that will also be paid to his father, Alfa-Inge Haaland, who spent three years in the City.
The report adds that whoever signs Hollande will have to pay an exemption clause plus just over £ 8 million for sporting success. Then an incredible 67 million pounds will be divided between the well-known agent of Hollande Mina Rayola and Alfie-Inge.
Real Madrid, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain they were all previously associated with Haaland, and this could lead to a real war for his salary to find out who could attract the Dortmund star. BILD reports that he will be paid an annual salary of 33 million pounds, which means that his total transfer will exceed the mark of 300 million pounds, provided that he concludes a five-year contract with his next club.
Being just 21, Haaland’s summer transfer gives him the opportunity to dedicate himself to a long-term project and play for one of Europe’s best teams for the foreseeable future. And given that the former Salzburg star has scored 16 goals in 17 Bundesliga matches this season and has been named one of the best strikers in the world over the past few seasons, the chance to tie the striker for five years is a great opportunity.
It remains to be seen where Haaland decided to sign next season. City are currently dealing with midfielders who act as improvised strikers, but the arrival of an incredibly exciting youngster can guarantee that they will become the best team in Europe for many years to come.