Dortmund will show hand and table huge salary increase to Haaland
Erling Haaland remains one of the best young players in Europe and also one of the most sought after awards across the continent.
The Norwegian goal machine has been nothing short of stellar during their stint in the Ruhr Valley with Borussia Dortmund since moving from RB Salzburg in the January window during the 2019-20 Bundesliga campaign.
To date, Haaland has scored 68 goals in sixty-seven appearances in all competitions for Black and yellow, while also setting a number of records, including being the first player in UEFA Champions League history to score six goals in his first three games, as well as becoming the first player in Bundesliga history to score five goals. in his first two games.
With a brilliant start to the 2021-22 season with 11 goals and 4 assists in eight appearances (7 goals in five Bundesliga games), Haaland is back in business smoothly, and it is beyond clear that he is an irreplaceable borderline in the Westfalenstadion.
As such, Dortmund is ready to offer Haaland a massive pay raise. according to the Spanish outlet AS quoting Christian Falk from Bild.
Dortmund are ready to almost double Haaland’s salary. Will it be enough to convince him to stay?https://t.co/vjMe1375C5
– AS English (@English_AS) October 6, 2021
Club sports director Michael Zorc He is reportedly willing to offer the Norwegian a salary increase of almost 100%, which will raise his annual salary from 8 million euros to 15 million euros.
Although the club brought in PSV Eindhoven Donyell Malen in the summer and also had German youth star Youssoufa Moukoko in their first-team ranks, Haaland’s guaranteed goals are too important to pass up and the club seems poised to make. one last die. role to convince the Leeds-born forward that staying until 2023 would be beneficial.
Real Madrid destination for the Dortmund star?
However, the Blues’ buyback of Romelu Lukaku and United’s reunion with Cristiano Ronaldo have apparently put any plans for Haaland on hold, while City were adamant in going after Harry Kane rather than making a serious play. for the ace of Dortmund; However, that stance could change, as City is said to have abandoned the pursuit of Kane.
#City man He is unlikely to return for Harry Kane after failing to sign him over the summer and they have now turned their attention to Bundesliga goal machine Erling Haaland.
– City Chief (@City_Chief) October 4, 2021
But Real Madrid is shaping up to be the most likely destination after the club has laid out plans to secure both Kylian Mbappé and Haaland next summer thanks to an increase in the salary cap that could allow them to afford both wonderful children.
The whites President Florentino Pérez remains determined to bring Mbappé to the Santiago Bernabéu as soon as possible, while the former Real Madrid midfielder Steve McManaman was quoted in Brand stating that Haaland is positive about the idea of a Madrid change.
With some of the world’s biggest clubs following the Norwegian, it seems unlikely that the money will be enough to keep Erling Haaland in the Bundesliga for longer than the current season.