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Erling Haaland Manchester City Salary REVEALED!

Erling Haaland is being reported to nearing a move to Manchester City ahead of the summer window, MySportDab reports.

The Norwegian is one name many clubs have been after since completing a move to Borussia Dortmund from RB Salzburg.

Erling Haaland is now reported to be in close to nearing a move to Manchester City which could be one of the biggest in football history.

The striker agent has been making so much noise concerning how much his client will be earning with any club who decides to sign him.

First it was his transfer fee which was high during the last summer window, but Borussia Dortmund refused to sell to Chelsea who made €150 million bid.

Erling Haaland fee has now been reduced but the catch still remain his wages which is expected to be the highest earned by a player in football history.

This has made many clubs shift away their interest from the player who is being reported to be heading to Manchester City.

Transfer News Live confirmed the latest development concern a possible figure on his wages if a move is completed to England.

Here Is What Was Said:

“If he signs for Manchester City, Erling Haaland will receive a monster salary of €600,000 per week, which would make him the highest paid player in the Premier League.

“He is expected to decide in the next 4 weeks. (Source: @MikeKeegan_DM).

This move could be happening anytime soon as Manchester City are very keen on signing a new striker.

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Dusan Vlahovic was one amongst their target for the summer until he completed a January move to Juventus which has been good for the player who can stop scoring.

Erling Haaland could be a Manchester City player, but it will be a big fight as Paris Saint Germain and Real Madrid are equally in the race for a move this summer.

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