Mino Raiola has purportedly told possible buyers for Erling Braut Haaland that the Borussia Dortmund young striker is probably going to command around £1m weekly.
The Norway international’s future remains the subject of hypothesis, with an entire host of top European clubs, including Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Barcelona and Real Madrid, supposed to be keen on signing him during this present summer’s transfer window.
Haaland’s representative Mino Raiola and his dad Alf-Inge Haaland are accepted to have as recently travelled to Spain to hold transfer talks with Barcelona and Real Madrid.
As indicated by The Mirror, the super-agent is wanting to make the 20-year-old the first £1m weekly footballer, which is practically double the sum Lionel Messi receives at Barca.
The report guarantees that Raiola is persuaded that clubs will meet the demands due to Haaland’s unbelievable goal record.
The Norwegian has scored 33 times in 34 appearances at club level during the 2020-21 campaign, while he has scored 49 goals in 52 outings for BVB since arriving from Red Bull Salzburg.
A release clause in the young striker’s contract won’t become active until the following summer, but Dortmund could be constrained into a deal in the forthcoming market if they fail to qualify for Champions League for next season.