The Raiola clause that removed Haaland from Real Madrid


The Norwegian striker was in the club’s mind, but Florentino did not accept a condition in the striker’s proposal

Erling Haaland should even end up in Manchester City. The deal could become official as soon as this week, but in Spain the talks between the striker and Real Madrid were called back, who studied the signing of the player, but who aborted the agreement due to a clause which did not convince.

According to Cadena Ser, Mino Raiola, who until his death last April was the Dortmund striker’s manager, has offered a €150m clause for the second season. That is, if Real signed the player and things didn’t go well, in the second season Haaland could leave for that amount.

Florentino Pérez did not accept the agreement, given that, given the value of a player like Haaland and the current reality of the European market, where more and more are paid and successive records are broken, to be able losing the Norwegian by 150 million did not convince the president of Real Madrid.

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