The dance of figures of the signing of Haaland by the City

The Manchester City announced this Tuesday the agreement with the Borussia Dortmund for what Erling Haland play for the English team from next season. The ‘citizen’ team incorporates one of the greatest goalscoring talents of the moment, a player destined to fight for the highest levels and guide the team of Pep Guardiola to the achievement of his first Champions League.

Clause of 60 ‘kilos’

The City has prevailed in the bidding against a tough group of contenders, such as the bayernthe PSGthe real Madrid or the FC BarcelonaHowever, once the arrival of the Norwegian has been made official, we see that the figures for the operation that were circulating weeks ago (350 million eros) were inflated.

The first point is that the termination clause what had Haland in it Dortmund It was not 75 million euros as had been speculated, but 60. This point is not minor, since it made the scorer an even greater ‘candy’ for the most powerful teams on the continent.

Fewer commissions than expected

The transfer was ‘affordable’ for many, but its commissions were what made the operation more expensive. The City will pay 40 million to the footballer’s father and his agents, raising the amount of the transfer to 100 ‘kilos’.

It had been speculated that the father of Haland he was going to receive 30 million as a ‘bonus’ and that another 50 would be left by the ill-fated Mino Raiola and its representative agency, however the final operation will have some additions in the form of commissions of 40 million.

Your salary, net of taxes

The soccer player’s salary also favors the dance of figures that have circulated around the signing of Haland for City. The Norwegian will have a salary of 22 million euros for each of the five seasons that he plays in the ‘citizen’ team, that is to say that he will receive a total of 110 ‘kilos’, although Fabrizio Romano assures that this salary is net of taxes, so the total cost for the club would shoot up to 200 million euros.

Player fees aside, the ‘Haaland operation’ will be closed for 100 million euros, 55 ‘kilos’ less than was speculated. Incorporating the chip, the final amount will exceed 300 million.