‘If He Wants To Play Ball, He’ll Forget These Demands’ ‘May End Up Ruining His Career’ City Fans Question Key Target’s Huge Wage Demands

‘If He Wants To Play Ball, He’ll Forget These Demands’ ‘May End Up Ruining His Career’ City Fans Question Key Target’s Huge Wage Demands

Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland could price himself out of a move to Manchester City and other interested clubs with his huge wage demands, according to reports.

The Norwegian international is currently asking for a staggering €35m a season (approximately £584k a week), which is well beyond the means of most teams.

With the finances of the Haaland deal seemingly a huge obstacle, supporters on Twitter have called on the 20-year-old to lower his salary expectations or get another agent:


It’s hard to know whether these figures are genuine or not, but one thing we know for certain is that Mino Raiola will make sure that both he and the player are suitably rewarded monetarily.

If City don’t want to deal with the Dutchman, they may be better off looking elsewhere to strengthen their forward line. The likes of Tottenham’s Harry Kane and Inter Milan’s Romelu Lukaku are believed to be potential alternative options.

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