whole truth behind the “Real Madrid” clause in Erling Haaland’s contract

It has become certain at the present time that there is no condition allowing the Norwegian striker Erling Haaland to move to Real Madrid in the near future.

This puts the Spanish club and any other party in front of only one option to sign the player, by negotiating directly with Manchester City.

Special sources of “Goal” have learned that City currently has the upper hand to impose the special conditions and price for any upcoming sale of the brilliant young star.

This comes in contrast to all reports that have recently indicated that the player has placed a penalty clause in his contract that gives Real Madrid priority in obtaining his services.

And the Spanish newspaper “Marca” had confirmed earlier that Haaland could leave City for 200 million euros at any time after June 30, 2024, but this condition is not related to any collective or individual goals, but rather to the continuity of Pep Guardiola in the English club.

But according to Goal’s sources, this clause has become without any effect after Guardiola renewed his contract for City until 2025, ending the previous agreement on Halland’s eligibility to stay for only one year with another coach in the event that Pep left the Etihad Stadium this year.

According to the information Jules obtained regarding Haaland’s contract, which extends until 2027, Manchester City paid 60 million euros to Borussia Dortmund, while Haaland received an annual salary of 20 million euros in addition to bonuses, and the total commissions amounted to 30 million euros, divided by 50%. The player’s father and the agency that runs his business.

It is noteworthy that Haaland is going through a distinguished season with Manchester City, as he succeeded in scoring 39 goals in 36 matches in all competitions so far.

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