Borussia Dortmund are apparently trying by all means to keep wanted top scorer Erling Haaland at BVB beyond next summer.
According to Sky, Blacks and Yellows want to convince the currently injured 21-year-old with a decent pay raise to stay. According to this, the Norwegian’s annual salary is supposed to be doubled. Haaland currently earns between eight and nine million euros. According to the report, it is expected to be 16-18 million euros in the future.
In addition, under the new deal, the opt-out clause should only be possible in the summer of 2023. According to constant reports in the media, Haaland’s current contract, which runs until 2024, includes a clause outflow of € 75 million.
Interested parties include Manchester United, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid. More recently there was speculation about a possible interest from FC Bayern.
Golden Boy 2021: Barça youngster Pedri follows Haaland – Bellingham second
The Golden Boy Award 2021 goes to Pedri of FC Barcelona. In the annual prize of the Italian Tuttosport, the 18-year-old Spaniard won against 19 competitors. The second place goes to a BVB jewel.
The Barca midfielder received the award in his decisive season. Across all competitions, the 18-year-old has played 52 games for the Catalans and has also been active for the national team at the European Championships and the Olympics.
“I would like to thank Tuttosport for this trophy, which makes me proud. Thank you also to all the members of the jury and to the fans who have always supported me in this simply incredible year 2021,” Pedri reportedly said.
With 24 out of 40 journalists’ votes, the young Barça won ahead of Jude Bellingham of Dortmund. Pedri succeeds Erling Haaland, who won the trophy last year.
Dortmund’s Jew Bellingham can expect second place in the vote.
These players were also on the shortlist for the award: KARIM ADEYEMI: Forward, 19, RB Salzburg, Germany – for this the national player won the internet fan vote.
JAMAL MUSIALA: Attacking midfielder, 18, FC Bayern, Germany
FLORIAN WIRTZ: Attacking midfielder, 18, Bayer Leverkusen, Germany
EDUARDO CAMAVINGA: Central midfielder, 18, Real Madrid, France
CHARLES DE KETELAERE: striker, 20, Club Bruges, Belgium
GAVI: Central midfielder, 17, FC Barcelona, Spain
BRYAN GIL: winger, 20, Tottenham Hotspur, Spain
RYAN GRAVENBERCH: Central midfielder, 19, AFC Ajax, Netherlands
MASON GREENWOOD: winger, 20, Manchester United, England
DANIEL MALDINI: Attacking midfielder, 20, AC Milan, Italy
NUNO MENDES: 19-year-old left-back, PSG, Portugal
ROBERTO PICCOLI: Forward, 20, Atalanta Bergamo, Italy
YEREMI PINO: winger, 18, Villarreal CF, Spain
GIOVANNI REYNA: Attacking midfielder, 18, Borussia Dortmund, USA
RODRYGO: Winger, 20, Real Madrid, Brazil
BUKAYO SAKA: winger, 20, Arsenal, England
WILLIAM SALIBA: Center-back, 20, Olympique de Marseille (loan Arsenal FC), France
JURRIEN TIMBER: Center-back, 20, AFC Ajax, Netherlands
But a goal scorer’s obligation would be complicated for cost reasons alone. “With the package we find ourselves very quickly with a sum of three-figure millions. It will be difficult to manage for everyone. In addition, you have the best in this position in the team (with Robert Lewandowski, editor’s note) can “I don’t have both,” former FCB chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge told Sky90 on Sunday.
Haaland is also a goal guarantee for BVB this season. The currently injured Norwegian has scored 13 goals and four assists in ten appearances in all competitions. In the 4-0 draw against Ajax Amsterdam in the Champions League on October 19, he played his last game for BVB. He has since been incapacitated with an injury to his hip flexors.
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