Transfers – Manchester City wants to hit hard for Haaland: Towards a record contract of 600,000 euros per week?

Where will Erling Haaland play next season? This question will animate the next few weeks on the football planet. According to The Daily Mail, Manchester City would have taken a step ahead on this file. If last Saturday, the British daily announced an agreement between the two parties, it reveals this Wednesday the salary that the reigning English champion would like to offer the 21-year-old Norwegian striker: nearly 600,000 euros per week.

With this salary, Erling Haaland would be the highest paid player in the Premier League, ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo and Kevin De Bruyne, who receive around 457,000 euros monthly excluding bonuses, according to the British daily. Now discussions are continuing between the entourage of the Scandinavian, author of 23 goals and 6 assists in all competitions this season with Dortmund, and the Citizens who would dream of welcoming him. For this, they could also make an offer of almost €118m to the BvB.

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Real Madrid ready to counterattack

The Daily Mail clarifies that Manchester City are expecting an answer from Erling Haaland before mid-April. Because at the same time, Real Madrid is increasing the pressure to try to associate Kylian Mbappé and the Norwegian from next season. Tuesday, the daily brand indicated that the Merengues could offer 130 million euros to Dortmund and six years of contract to the former Salzburg player. For a total operation estimated at some 350 million for the people of Madrid.

For his part, Matthias Sammer, an adviser to Borussia Dortmund since 2018, believed that the 21-year-old Norwegian prodigy would flourish under the management of Pep Guardiola. “They are both going to benefit from each other, because of course Pep has certain ideas, which I have been able to experiment with for three years.“, underlined the Ballon d’Or 1996.

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