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Jul 19, 2022

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Man City announce Erling Haaland signing – Dortmund also confirmhaaland man city

Manchester Cityhave confirmed that they have reached an agreement in principle to signBorussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland. In a statement from both clubs on Tuesday afternoon, confirmation was given that the striker would make the move on July 1. However, details of the player’s contract and the fee that will be paid for Haaland are not yet known.

Stats Erling Haaland E. Haaland Centre-Forward Borussia Dortmund Borussia Dortmund Career stats–
All competitions Games 88 Goals 85 Assists 22

The Norway international reportedly has a release clause in his contract with theBundesliga side that will be triggered if a fee between €60-75 million is paid by Man City. However, neither club were willing to confirm financial details, with a statement from Dortmund revealing that the “contractual details still have to be coordinated and documented”. Haaland is expected to receive a contract until 2027 that will earn him €30 million a season before tax.

Market Value Erling Haaland E. Haaland Centre-Forward €150.00m

If the player’s release clause comes to €60m, Haaland, who has scored 85 goals in 88 games for the Black and Yellows, becomes the fifth most expensive departure in Dortmund’s history. At ManCity, in turn he becomes the ninth most expensive signing.Jack Grealish(€117.5m) holds the record. Dortmund paid just €20 million when they signed Haaland from Salzburg in January 2020, and their transfer profit of €40 million is one of the biggest in Bundesliga history.

Purchase & Sale: The biggest transfer profits in Bundesliga history 17 Anthony Modeste | for €29m from 1. FC Köln to Tianjin T. | Profit: €24.5m &copyimago images

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This gallery does not include players that have come through the academy or were signed on a free transfer. When public, sale on clauses are included.


16 Julian Brandt | for €25m from Leverkusenn to BVB | Profit: €24.5m &copyimago images


15 Kerem Demirbay | for €32m from Hoffenheim to Leverkusen | Profit: €27.3m &copyimago images


14 Naby Keïta | for €60m from RB Leipzig to Liverpool | Profit: €30.3m &copyimago images


13 Mats Hummels | for €35m from BVB to Bayern Munich | Profit: €30.8m &copyimago images


12 Timo Werner | for €53m from RB Leipzig to Chelsea | Profit: €30.8m &copyimago images


11 Edin Dzeko | for €37m from VfL Wolfsburg to Man City | Profit: €33m &copyimago images


10 Granit Xhaka | for €45m from Gladbach to Arsenal | Profit: €36m &copyGetty Images


9 Roberto Firmino | for €41m from Hoffenheim to Liverpool | Profit: €37.5m &copyGetty Images


8 Sébastien Haller | for €50m from Frankfurt to West Ham| Profit: €38m &copyimago images


7 Erling Haaland | for €60m from Dortmund to Man City | Profit: €40m &copyimago images


6 Luka Jovic | for €63m from Frankfurt to Real Madrid | Profit: €40.7m &copyimago images


5 Joelinton | for €44m from Hoffenheim to Newcastle | Profit: €41.8m &copyimago images


4 P.-E. Aubameyang | for €63.8m from BVB to Arsenal | Profit: €50.8m &copyimago images


3 Kevin De Bruyne | for €76m from VfL Wolfsburg to Man City | Profit: €54m &copyGetty Images


2 Jadon Sancho | for €85m from BVB to Man United | Profit: €64.4m &copyimago images


1 Ousmane Dembélé | for €140m from BVB to Barça | Profit: €105m &copyimago images


In Haaland, Man City are optimistic that they have found the player who can not only replace Sergio Agüero but also become the missing puzzle piece to finally win the Champions League. The Sky Blues reached at least the quarterfinals over the last five years but only managed one final appearance, which ended with a 1-0 defeat toChelsea in 2021. Last week City, under manager Pep Guardiola, threw away a late 1-0 lead against Real Madridto be once again eliminated from the Champions League in the semifinal stage.

Haaland will follow his father’s footsteps at Man City

Haaland broke several records at BVB, including the record for the fastest 60 goals in Bundesliga history. Haaland needed just 65 games to score 60 goals in Germany’s topflight—the previous record dated back to 1966 and was held by Timo Konietzka, who needed 76 games. At Man City, Haaland will follow in his father’s footsteps. Between 2000 and 2003, Alf-Inge played 45 games for Man City. Dortmund are set to sign Germany national team striker Karim Adeyemifrom Salzburg.

Erling Haaland 9th – Manchester City’s record signings 20 – Ederson – 201718 for €40M from Benfica &copyimago images


20 – Fernandinho – 2013/14 for €40M from Shakhtar Donetsk &copyimago images


20 – Sergio Agüero – 2011/12 for €40M from Atlético Madrid &copyGetty Images


19 – Robinho – 2008/09 for €43M from Real Madrid &copyGetty Images


18 – Nicolás Otamendi – 2015/16 for €44.5M from Valencia &copyimago images


17 – Eliaquim Mangala – 2014/15 for €45M from Porto &copyGetty Images


16 – Nathan Aké – 2020/21 for €45.3M from Bournemouth &copyimago images


15 – Bernardo Silva – 2017/18 for €50M from AS Monaco &copyimago images


14 – Leroy Sané – 2016/17 for €52M from Schalke 04 &copyimago images


13 – Kyle Walker – 2017/18 for €52.7M from Tottenham &copyimago images


12 – John Stones – 2016/17 for €55.6M from Everton &copyimago images


10 – Benjamin Mendy – 2017/18 for €57.5M from AS Monaco &copyimago images


9 – Erling Haaland – 2022/23 for €60M from Borussia Dortmund &copyimago images


8 – Rodri – 2019/20 for €62.7M from Atlético Madrid &copyimago images


7 – Raheem Sterling – 2015/16 for €63.7M from Liverpool &copyTM/imago images


5 – João Cancelo – 2019/20 for €65M from Juventus &copyTM/imago images


5 – Aymeric Laporte – 2017/18 for €65M from Athletic Bilbao &copyimago images


4 – Riyad Mahrez – 2018/19 for €67.8M from Leicester City &copyimago images


3 – Rúben Dias – 2020/21 for €68M from Benfica &copyimago images


2 – Kevin De Bruyne – 2015/16 for €76M from VfL Wolfsburg &copyManchester City


1 – Jack Grealish – 2021/22 for €117.5M from Aston Villa &copyimago images


Man City announce Erling Haaland signing – Dortmund also confirm