Manchester City have inked a contract deal with Erling Haaland, 21, who will become the highest-paid player in the Premier League when he joins the club this summer, according to the Daily Mail.
The next destination for Erling Haaland (21) could be England. According to the Daily Mail, the Norwegian striker has indeed reached a contract with Manchester City. The numbers are staggering as he will become the highest paid player in the Premier League if the transfer goes ahead. Citizens could offer him a contract of more than 600,000 euros per week and a five-year contract. And things could accelerate as Manchester City will now have to trigger a release clause in the Norwegian lease with Dortmund, which is estimated at 75 million euros.
The English club could be back in action next week to complete one of the most anticipated transfers in recent months. Last week, Borussia Dortmund claimed no settlement had been made for its star, even with Real Madrid, PSG and FC Barcelona in sights. The German club still retains little hope of extending Haaland’s contract, which is currently tied until 2024. not going to happen.
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So Haaland could join the club where his father Alf-Inge finished his career at the highest level for Manchester United in 2003, two years after the horrific injury to Irish midfielder Roy Keane. Erling was born in Leeds, England, in 2000, while his father was playing there.
Alf-Inge Haaland now manages his son’s interests in the company of his influential agent Mino Raiola. He has put a lot of effort into finding a new challenge and can get a generous commission as well. If Manchester City do conclude Haaland’s transfer, the latter will be well ahead of his potential future teammate Kevin de Bruyne, who is currently the highest-paid player in the championship with 460,000 euros weekly.