Erling Haaland’s £63million move from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City is set to be decleared later this week.
The Norwegian striker, 21, will interface up with Pep Guardiola’s crew for the start of pre-season after City paid the release clause in his Dortmund contract.
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Sportsmail reported last month that City had concurred terms with Haaland’s representatives and he will end up being the Premier League’s highest-paid player on more than £500,000-a-week, signing a five-year contract.
Discussions between City and Dortmund have been directed without a hitch and the Bundesliga club are expecting affirmation that the £63m fee will be paid to enact his release.
With a hefty signing-on bonus and fees due to Haaland’s representatives, who were led by the late Mino Raiola, this transfer fee could be pushed closer to £100m.
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