Unidentified PL Side ‘Pull Out’ Of Erling Haaland Transfer

Demands made by Mino Raiola for his client Erling Haaland have forced one Premier League side to “pull out” of a transfer.

According to Goal, the Italian’s demands are too much for an unidentified Premier League side, who have had to “pull out”.

It came after Raiola told them that the Norwegian forward would be commanding wages of £30m a year, which comes out at just over £575,000-a-week.

The report even states that it is too much for Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona, who have described the deal as “very difficult”.

One of the big Premier League sides to be linked with a pursuit of the Norway International are Manchester United, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer having coached him at Molde.

Rivals Manchester City are also in the discussion as one of the few clubs that could actually afford his wage demands.

Chelsea are also seen as having a chance of signing the 20-year-old, with billionaire owner Roman Abramovich even breaking his rule of not dealing with Raiola again.

SEE ALSO | Ahmed Musa Boasts Of NPFL Title At Kano Pillars Unveiling

While Liverpool are also in the mix.

This article was most recently revised and updated 2 years ago

No posts to display


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here