Erling Haaland

domalino

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From a Dortmund perspective. A release clause at the end of the season seems much more sensible.

From a Dortmund perspective paying north of €50m (inc agents fees) for a player and accepting a €75m release clause wasn't sensible.

They were so desperate for Haaland all the rules went out the window.
 

Fuzzy80

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Whoever pays Raiola the most will get him unfortunately.

Don’t agree Raiola will have an agents fee which will no doubt be Very, very high (possible towards Pogba’s) and if you don’t pay that you can’t do the deal.

Alfie will have one as well.

However as long as those are meet the factors such as wages, signing on fee etc. Project, where he wants to play will drive his decision.

Raiola will have a say but it won’t simply comes down to who gives him the most.
 

Fuzzy80

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In Spain they are convinced the clause starts in January, 2 years after Haaland joined Dortmund.

Regardless of whether it did or didn’t and I actually doubt it would.

He is not going to move in Jan, this is a summer transfer as he will be sold when the market is at his highest and that is not Jan.
 
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