According to reports in England, Erling Braut Haaland has already agreed personal terms with a club ahead of a summer transfer.
According to the report, sources in Germany close to the player confirmed that he had chosen the blue half of Manchester as his destination and that the terms of the contract had already been discussed.
Haaland’s release clause sits at an ‘affordable’ €75m, but with fees for agent Mino Raiola taken into account the operation could cost in the region of €120m. City had previously pursued Harry Kane last summer, but gave up on the Englishman due to Tottenham’s high demands.
Marca themselves had already reported on the transfer saga earlier in the day, explaining that Manchester City were ahead in the race but did not say it was a done deal. Other teams involved in the picture were Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich, who may consider him as a replacement if Robert Lewandowski moves on.