Dortmund bomber Erling Haaland looks set to make a decision on his future very soon. Meanwhile, Barcelona and Real Madrid are still in contention for the services of the striker, who has already created a lot of admirers in Spain. But what are the total costs that Real Madrid or Barcelona have to pay for the Norwegian services?
The Spaniards need a total of 350 million euros to make the Haaland scenario a reality. This includes the cost of breaking the clause, which is 75 million euros, the player's salary for 6 years, as well as the commissions that will benefit the agent Mino Raiola and the footballer's father.
Barcelona president Joan Laporta is convinced that Haaland will not wear the Real Madrid shirt, but the Catalans' finances do not favor them in the race for the striker's card. Real Madrid meanwhile is looking for not only Haaland, but also Kylian Mbappe. The Madrid leaders are convinced that the attacking duo would guarantee success in the future, but transferring both at the same time is a difficult operation.
In connection with Kylian Mbappe, recently rumors are circulating that PSG is trying to negotiate a contract renewal with the Frenchman. The leaders of the club want Mbappe to be part of the Parisians for the next 2 years. This has not bothered Real Madrid executives, who strongly believe in Mbappe's desire to play at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Talks between the player and Real Madrid are currently suspended, due to the upcoming confrontation between them and PSG, in Champions League. Despite all this, the current market is not expected to produce "big" news regarding Mbappe and Haaland, who in all likelihood will wait for the summer to make a big move a reality.