Haaland, linked to Guardiola at City until 2025

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With Guardiola's renewal with City until 2025, Haaland's exit clause goes from 2024 to 2025

Haaland linked to Guardiola at City until 2025

The renewal of Pep Guardiola with Manchester City caused ; a change in the contract of Erling Haaland with City. The Norwegian striker had an exit clause for the figure of 200 million euros for 2024 in his contract. However, after the renewal of the Catalan coach with the English club, Haaland's exit clause is delayed until 2025 as they had agreed, As explained by Oriol Doménech in the program 'Tot Costa' on Catalunya Radio.

Gold signing

In this way, the clubs that want to sign the great Norwegian goalscorer will have to wait until 2025, as long as they pay 200 million for Haaland. The future of the current Manchester City striker remains linked to Guardiola at least until 2025 .

Haaland signed the agreement. He spent the summer with City until 2027, becoming one of the highest paid players in the world. As revealed by the Mike Keegan last October, Erling Haaland's record with City is 968,396 euros per week, so it is the highest paid in the Premier League. In addition, his contract includes a series of financial bonuses for goals and results. Maybe that is why the norwegian does not stop scoring, between the bonuses and his stratospheric contract it is estimated that Haaland will earn a fortune. about 51 million euros this season, a token that very few clubs can afford to pay.

Pending account

Haaland is the missing piece for Manchester City to claim the Champions League title< /strong>. During the last few seasons, the English club did not have the profile of a pure 9 like the Norwegian. Even so, the resources you used were Guardiola along with other players with different profiles have led City to dominate English football, although the Champions League is City's thorn in the side.

Since the arrival of tea A Santpedor technician, Manchester City have won four of the last five Premiers, one FA Cup, four League Cups and two Community Shields. In addition, they were a finalist in the Champions League in 2020-21 (they lost the final against Chelsea) and a semifinalist last year.