SUPER AGENT Mino Raiola reportedly demanded wages of £825,000-a-WEEK for Erling Haaland this summer – as well as £34m fee for himself.
The Borussia Dortmund striker, 21, was heavily linked with a move away from Signal Iduna Park following his goalscoring exploits for the Bundesliga side.
Manchester United, City, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich were all believed to be keen on securing his services.
Attention will now turn towards 2022 with the Norway international now available for just £64million due to a clause in his contract.
It was recently claimed how clubs were put off signing Haaland in the recent transfer window after being told he would cost £500million over five years.
And now Sport Bild reporter Christian Falk has revealed the whopping demands his agent Raiola was seeking for his client.
Not only were potential suitors informed they would have to pay Haaland £825k-a-week in wages, but they were also informed of his agent fee.
Falk has declared that Raiola himself was seeking a staggering £34m for brokering the transfer.
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SunSport understands that both the Red Devils and the Citizens will go head-to-head for his signature next summer.
Despite United's recent signing of Cristiano Ronaldo, the club remain on the lookout for a centre-forward.
Meanwhile City are still yet to replace Sergio Aguero, and having come up short in their quest to sign Harry Kane, a striker will be Pep Guardiola's priority.
But despite the furore surrounding Haaland's future, Dortmund boss Marco Rose is confident he'll see out the remainder of his contract in Germany.
He told Bild: "He still has a long-term contract with us [until 2024].
"Just because the public is constantly talking about him leaving next summer, that doesn't necessarily have to be the case."
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