Erling Haaland has a release clause of 200 million euros, which only applies to teams outside the Premier League.

Sportsmail exclusively revealed last week that the Manchester City superstar, who has made an explosive start since his €65m move from Borussia Dortmund, is earning €900,000-a-week at the Etihad.

Athletic have now reported that his five-year deal includes a release clause, one which will alarm Europe’s giants but also make it impossible for the Norwegian to move to a Premier League rival.
Haaland’s €200m release clause is said to be available only to non-Premier League sides and kicks in in the summer of 2024.
The clause then runs down near the end of his contract, which will expire in the summer of 2027.

By then, the Norwegian, who already has 20 goals in 13 games for City this season, will be 27 and should be in the prime of his career.
His release clause will alert Europe’s biggest giants, including Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich, who have all previously been linked with Haaland and would like to add him to the their ranks.

However, for teams like Manchester United, Chelsea and the rest of the Premier League, they will likely wait and hope that Haaland will be a free agent at the end of his contract with Man City.
The Athletic report that there is a strong feeling that Spanish clubs will be knocking on Man City’s door in 2024 – given that Real Madrid’s rivals Barcelona both have strikers in their 30s.

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