The German newspaper “Bild” revealed that there is a penalty clause in the Norwegian star Erling Haaland’s contract with Borussia Dortmund to allow him to leave next summer for one of the big clubs in Europe.
The newspaper said that Halland’s contract with his current team extends to 2024, and in his contract there is a penalty clause that allows him to leave before that for 75 million euros, equivalent to 84 million dollars, and indicated that among the clubs able to pay the penalty clause in exchange for contracting with Halland there are Manchester City and Manchester United and Real Madrid, while Barcelona wants to sign the player, but is unable to afford it.
Mino Raiola, the player’s agent, had confirmed, in turn, that Manchester City, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich might be one of the next destinations for his client next year.
It is noteworthy that Haaland has starred with Dortmund, scoring 76 goals in 75 matches in various competitions since joining the club in January 2020.
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