Manchester City will pay Erling Haaland £500,000 per week to join Manchester City from Borussia Dortmund … this will make him the highest-paid player in the Premier League

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Manchester City summer target Erling Haaland’s pursuit has progressed significantly, with the club and the player’s representation agreeing to terms.

Manchester City have agreed terms on a £500,000-a-week contract to sign Erling Haaland ... Which will make him the highest-paid player in the Premier League

According to Sportsmail, a sufficient financial deal has been approved, which would make Haaland the Premier League’s highest-paid player at more than £500,000 per week.

City is now set to activate the 21-year-old striker’s £63 million release clause at Borussia Dortmund, and a five-year contract should be completed in the next week or two if everything goes according to plan.

Dortmund stated last week that nothing had been agreed upon and that they were working to reach an agreement with others in the hunt, including Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain.

It was hoped that the player’s contract would be extended for another year. City, on the other hand, has maintained quiet confidence throughout the process and is now closing up on the prolific forward Pep Guardiola desires.

Last summer, the Spaniard missed out on adding Harry Kane to the club, and despite winning the Premier League, Manchester City has looked short up front at times.

Haaland, a Leeds native who has also played for Red Bull Salzburg and Molde, scored twice in Dortmund’s 6-1 victory against Wolfsburg on Saturday, giving him 33 goals in 31 games for club and country this season.

Manchester City have agreed terms on a £500,000-a-week contract to sign Erling Haaland ... Which will make him the highest-paid player in the Premier League

Alf-Inge, his father, was a Manchester City player and has been heavily involved in the negotiations.

In March, this newspaper revealed that City was in the box seat for Haaland, who is seen as Europe’s hottest property, and that personal terms have been negotiated.

A weekly salary of about £500,000 would put him ahead of Kevin De Bruyne, who earns roughly £385,000.

Should the move go through, Haaland may make his debut in City colors in the United States, with the team looking at crossing the Atlantic to play two friendlies in July.

His native Norway, on the other hand, will play four times in the Nations League in June, the last of which will be against Sweden on June 12.

Erling Haaland Career statistics

ClubSeasonLeagueNational cupEuropeOtherTotal
DivisionAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoals
Bryne 22015[103]3. divisjon3232
2016[103]3. divisjon11161116
Total14181418
Bryne2016[103]1. divisjon16000160
Molde 22017[103]3. divisjon4242
Molde2017[103]Eliteserien14262204
2018[103]Eliteserien2512005[a]43016
Total391462545020
Red Bull Salzburg2018–19[104]Austrian Bundesliga21201[a]051
2019–20[104]Austrian Bundesliga1416246[b]82228
Total161744782729
Borussia Dortmund2019–20[104]Bundesliga1513112[b]21816
2020–21[104]Bundesliga2827438[b]101[c]14141
2021–22[104]Bundesliga2018243[b]31[c]02625
Total6358781315218582
Career total1521091714252721196151

Haaland Current Salary

Haaland’s deal with Dortmund runs through 2024, although he has a release clause that kicks in next year, reputedly worth over 80 million euros ($90 million). Mino Raiola, Haaland’s agent, recently added gasoline to the fire by suggesting that “there is a significant probability Erling will leave Dortmund, maybe this summer, maybe next summer.”

As a ST for Borussia Dortmund, Erling Haaland makes £132,000 per week, or £6,864,000 per year. Erling Haaland has an estimated net worth of £22,158,240 pounds.

Erling Haaland Networth

Erling Haaland, a Norwegian prodigy, tops the rankings for footballers with a transfer valuation of more than €80 million: €155 million, up from €120 million at the end of October (+€35 million).

Manchester City will pay Erling Haaland £500,000-a-week to join Manchester City from Borussia Dortmund ...  this will make him the highest-paid player in the Premier League

If the rumored €75 million release clause, which is valid until 2022, is true, Borussia Dortmund will almost definitely be tempted to sell him at a significantly greater price at the end of this season. If Erling Haaland continues to score goals and perform at a high level when the COVID-19 epidemic is over, he might shatter Neymar’s €222 million transfer fee record.

Giovanni Reyna (+€34M) for players with an estimated value between €40 and €80M, Florian Wirtz (+€16M) for players with an estimated value between €20 and €40M, Nicólas González (+€7M) for players with an estimated value between €10M and €20 M, and Yunus Musah (+€4.5M) for players whose current transfer value is still below €10M had the highest increases in November for the other price ranges considered

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