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Agent Mino Raiola Plans TO Make Erling Haaland First Ever £1m-per-week Footballer

Football Super Agent Mino Raiola has plans to make Borussia Dortmund Star Erling Haaland the first ever footballer to earn £1million-per-week, MySportDab reports.

Raiola has already started this summer’s biggest transfer saga, with top clubs circling to sign the in-demand Erling Haaland.

According to The Mirror, Raiola has some shocking grand plans of brokering an eye-watering wages package for his client at the next club.

With massive wages, image rights, digital opportunities and commercial deals are all included in the lucrative deal.

Raiola’s demands are unlikely to chase away top clubs in the transfer battle to sign Haaland except for some clubs with financial issues.

Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid and PSG have all been identified as the only clubs who can pay the money to sign Haaland.

Barcelona and Real Madrid officials met with Raiola and Haaland’s father, Alf-Inge, recently after a trip to Spain.

The Mirror wereleft ‘shocked’ after Raiola told them about his demands for one of the world’s best young talents.

City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United, are also believed to be in the race for Haaland’s signature.

The Norway international is on track to become one of the best World Class players in football over the next decade.

MySportDab understands that Haaland’s contract may be one of the most ‘complex’ contracts ever seen.

However, Borussia Dortmund are holding out for £154m to let Haaland lave the club this summer.

Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has previously said that Haaland is not available for sale.

‘We don’t have any new plan. We plan to discuss everything with Erling, his father and agent Mino Raiola,’ Watzke told Goal.

‘We want him to stay, and score more goals for BVB next year. There is no other plan.’

Haaland has scored 39 goals in 42 matches for his Bundesliga club and country Norway this season.

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