PSG prepare 300 million euros for Erling Haaland



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PSG prepare 300 million euros for Erling Haaland

The departure of Kylian Mbappe could be a big problem for PSG It is obvious that Mbappe is getting closer to leaving, and it seems that this will be a definite decision. And how to replace one generational talent? Well - by buying another.

Of course, we are talking about Erling Haaland. Paris Saint-Germain will have to spend a lot of money. If the otherwise reliable L’Equipe is to be believed, the Parisians are aware of that, because according to the French newspaper, they are preparing a package of 300,000,000 euros in order to bring Erling Haaland to the city of light in the summer.

Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke emphasized earlier in the day that Erling Haaland will not leave Westphalia in January, but that it will be very difficult to keep him at the end of the season. "Erling Haaland will not leave in January.

Not at all. Who agrees to sell the top European striker during the winter break when he doesn't have to? Next year? Of course, it will be difficult to keep him." "Anyway, we want him to stay and we will try to keep him," Watzke pointed out.

Erling Haaland and money

It should be reminded that the release clause in Erling Haaland's contract will come into force next summer, according to which the Norwegian striker will be able to leave Dortmund for 75,000,000 euros.

Of course, Paris Saint-Germain set aside so much for compensation. Around 20,000,000 would go to his agent Mino Raiola, as much to his father Alf-Inge to convince the 21-year-old that Paris is the right destination for him, while the remaining amount would go to a six-year contract worth 30,000,000 euros per season!

According to the reliable British Athletic, Manchester City has also identified Erling Haaland as the primary target in the summer transfer window, but the same source points out that Real Madrid is currently in the best position to secure the signature of the Norwegian goal machine.

Erling Haaland recently revealed that he will most likely continue his career in the Primera, to more precise: Barcelona. President Joan Laporta promised fans that he would bring him to the Nou Camp in the summer, and Mundo Deportivo came out with information that the Norwegian decided to join the Catalan club because he does not want to play in the same team with Mbappe. He would not have those worries in Paris, because - he would come as his replacement.