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Haaland’s agent and father ’block’ Man City move with €70 million request



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The saga of Erling Haaland’s transfer seemed to have finally caught speed last month when Real Madrid and Manchester City were said to be the only two candidates capable of landing the striker. However, the progress has once again hit a roadblock after that.

According to reports from Bild via Diario AS, the reason for stalled talks between the parties is a surplus condition from the player’s representatives.

Mino Raiola and the player’s father, Alf Inge, are said to be asking for an extra €70 million as personal bonuses for completing Haaland’s transfer. This new demand has seen Manchester City hesitate and stall talks.

The Premier League side are willing to put in a total of €350 million in the form of bonuses, termination clause and salary to bring the striker home. However, they are not willing to pay the additional amount commanded by his environment.

Haaland prefers a move to Madrid but is not a fan of the idea of waiting a season to secure the move. The Norweigan international is keen to make a move this summer and start a new chapter in his story.

Whether Los Blancos are willing to shell out the extra money this window remains to be seen, but Haaland’s preference for the Spanish side gives them a slight edge. At the moment, the race for the young star is still unpredictable.

Though Dortmund remain hopeful of renewal, that ship seems to have sailed. A decision from the player is expected in the next two weeks, and Los Blancos will have to be on their feet to ensure that they steal the deal.



  1. Cityblue

    April 17, 2022 at 11:26 am

    Bored of it all now, I hope Manchester City doesn’t sign him now, we already have Julian Alvarez arriving in the summer and can find another gem for far less. Haaland has injury issues as well. Let Real Madrid have him.

    • mark Langford howard

      April 18, 2022 at 5:38 pm

      We don’t need him spend it on a left back

  2. Justin

    April 17, 2022 at 10:00 pm

    To many muscle injuries in a short term isn’t a good sign. I think City should pull out and find another striker. The club is crazy to allow these shark’s to be demanding this kind of money. Where will it end.?

  3. Ian Williams

    April 18, 2022 at 11:22 am

    Sign Erling Haaland with extravagant wages of £600,000 a week is too much that means every Manchester City team member will want high wages , not good

  4. Mark

    April 18, 2022 at 3:04 pm

    When will football clubs tell player’s you employ these agent’s you psy them not us
    70million on top of transfer fees and wages is ridiculous

  5. Stanley Jackson

    April 18, 2022 at 5:14 pm

    Definitely not worth the money for the risk being taken, far to many injuries all ready for a young player, just greed on behalf of his agent and father.
    I don’t see him as a team player the way that Pep plays and it could destroy the teams rhythm.

  6. Steve

    April 18, 2022 at 11:48 pm

    Time to move on.

  7. AJS

    April 19, 2022 at 12:55 am

    Got to he cheaper elsewhere. These very expensive signings don’t always work out. Look at Lukaku, Ronaldo & even Grealish, has he been worth £100m so far?
    Spending that kind of money will unsettle the team & break the spirit they have built under Pep.

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Real Madrid’s 29-year-old star upset with his situation, desires more clarity on role



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At Real Madrid, the quest for securing a spot in the first-team lineup involves battling it out with some of the best players in European football.

Competition is generally considered the perfect antidote to complacency and the Merengues‘ immensely talented roster encapsulates that sentiment best.

While injuries have done a number on the team, there is still an abundance of competition in the squad. As of now, the fight for a spot in the starting lineup is most intense among the goalkeepers.

Indeed, since the beginning of the campaign, there has been no fixed goalkeeper with both Andriy Lunin and Kepa Arrizabalaga featuring between the sticks alternately.

However, after being acquired on a season-long loan to fill in the absence of Thibaut Courtois, Kepa is not entirely content with his situation.

Kepa unsatisfied with the unclarity

Indeed, as per The Athletic, Kepa is extremely disappointed with his situation and how the coaching staff at Real Madrid have been handling the matter.

Ancelotti has not clearly explained his reasoning as to which of Lunin and Kepa is currently his first-choice keeper.

And according to sources close to him, Kepa is unhappy and would have preferred further clarification on the matter from the manager.

Lunin in the driving seat

Making a big impression. (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)

Owing to Lunin’s exceptional form lately, he has successfully displaced Kepa as the first-choice goalkeeper.

In fact, Kepa has not started a game since Real Madrid’s clash against Almeria last month in which they leaked two goals.

It is safe to assume Kepa’s frustrations stem from the fact that he initially arrived as the primary keeper to replace Courtois and turned down an offer from Bayern Munich to join the Madrid outfit.

As such, being shunned and having minimal clarity from the coaching staff’s preferred goalkeeper has led to dissatisfaction.

As things stand, Real Madrid have no plans of signing him permanently, given that Chelsea would ask around €20 million for him, something that the club have intentions of paying.

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