Manchester City plans to sell four of its players to fund from the Bundesliga superstar – Update News Sport

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You wouldn’t think Manchester City are in a position where they need to sell players in order to buy players, but nevertheless that is the case when it comes to Erling Haaland.

Haaland is one of the hottest properties in football right now with a whole host of clubs being linked to the 21-year-old. Manchester City being one of these.

According to Manchester Evening News, City plan to sell four players in order to fund their offer for Haaland, with MEN’s report indicating that his release clause is around the £75m mark.

With Spanish forward Ferran Torres set to depart The Citizens for a move to Barcelona for a fee of £55m, City will still need a bit more money to balance the books.

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The first of the other three players in question comes in the form of Pedro Porro, who is currently on loan at Sporting Lisbon.

Next is 24-year-old Ko Itakura, who is currently on loan with Schalke. The final piece of the jigsaw is England Youth International Morgan Rogers, who could be moved on if Bournemouth decide to meet the agreed loan to buy fee for the winger.

City are set to raise £8m for Porro, £5m for Itakura and £9m-£12m for Rogers depending on whether Bournemouth are promoted back to the Premier League under Scott Parker this season.

At the best estimate, these four players being moved on for the reported fees will generate about £90m, more than enough money for City to trigger Haaland’s release clause without dipping any deeper into their own pockets.

Haaland has lit up the goalscoring record charts during his short career so far. He has scored 76 goals in 75 games for Borussia Dortmund, and before that he scored 29 in 27 for RB Salzburg.

Haaland is one of the hottest properties in football right now with a whole host of clubs being linked to the 21-year-old. Manchester City being one of these.

According to Manchester Evening News, City plan to sell four players in order to fund their offer for Haaland, with MEN’s report indicating that his release clause is around the £75m mark.

With Spanish forward Ferran Torres set to depart The Citizens for a move to Barcelona for a fee of £55m, City will still need a bit more money to balance the books.

The first of the other three players in question comes in the form of Pedro Porro, who is currently on loan at Sporting Lisbon.

Next is 24-year-old Ko Itakura, who is currently on loan with Schalke. The final piece of the jigsaw is England Youth International Morgan Rogers, who could be moved on if Bournemouth decide to meet the agreed loan to buy fee for the winger.

City are set to raise £8m for Porro, £5m for Itakura and £9m-£12m for Rogers depending on whether Bournemouth are promoted back to the Premier League under Scott Parker this season.

At the best estimate, these four players being moved on for the reported fees will generate about £90m, more than enough money for City to trigger Haaland’s release clause without dipping any deeper into their own pockets.

Haaland has lit up the goalscoring record charts during his short career so far. He has scored 76 goals in 75 games for Borussia Dortmund, and before that he scored 29 in 27 for RB Salzburg.

Affila le armi il Real Madrid in vista dell’estate. L’accordo con Antonio Rudiger è ad un passo, sulla base di 12 milioni netti all’anno. Ma oltre a potenziare il reparto difensivo con il tedesco del Chelsea, che ha deciso di non rinnovare il contratto in scadenza a giugno, le Merengues hanno intenzione pure di regalare al tecnico Carlo Ancelotti due nuovi attaccanti. Il primo, come noto, è Kylian Mbappé (intenzionato a lasciare il Paris Saint Germain a parametro zero) mentre l’altro porta il nome di Erling Haaland la cui avventura al Borussia Dortmund sembra essere vicina ai titoli di coda.

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Due operazioni complicate e particolarmente onerose che il club conta comunque di chiudere nei prossimi mesi, in modo tale così da festeggiare nel migliore dei modi la conclusione dei lavori di restyling del “Bernabeu”. Uno scenario confermato dallo stesso allenatore, nel corso di un’intervista rilasciata al quotidiano ‘As’. “Se Mbappé e Haaland vorrebbero giocare nel nuovo stadio? Certo che sì. Non c’è dubbio che il Real Madrid giocherà al vertice per molto tempo”.

A gennaio il club non ha in programma colpi in entrata (“non chiederò giocatori, non mi interessa il mercato di gennaio”), anche perché Ancelotti conta di concedere più spazio a Eduardo Camavinga. “Ha qualità e potere immensi, ma deve imparare e acquisire esperienza e conoscenza per la posizione in cui gioca. Non ce l’ha ancora, ma ha solo 19 anni! Ogni giorno che si allena al fianco di Modric, Kroos o Casemiro è un master per lui”.

The report from Sky Sports Germany claims that Real Madrid will face heavy competition from Liverpool in the hunt to capture Erling Haaland. Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City are both interested in signing the 21-year-old striker from Borussia Dortmund.

Erling Haaland has made a name for himself as one of the top attackers in Europe in a short period. The Norwegian attacker just came to public attention two years ago. His performances for Red Bull Salzburg in the first half of the 2019/20 season have put him back on the map.

Although the kid has improved significantly since joining Borussia Dortmund in January 2020, he still has a long way to go.

His 76 goals and 20 assists in just 75 outings for the Bundesliga’s heavyweights is an incredible achievement for a player of his age and development. To summarise, Haaland is a player who, except for a few clubs on the continent, has the potential to enhance most of them.

The Spanish giants have had a long-standing interest in acquiring Haaland. Moreover, they even contemplated a move for him before he signed with Borussia Dortmund. The fact that Real Madrid is still interested in signing the Norwegian international makes sense. Even though Karim Benzema has had a successful season in previous years.

After all, the French striker is 34 years old and is nearing the end of his illustrious professional career. Thus, Real Madrid must devise a succession plan for Benzema, which explains their interest in Haaland. The teenager himself expressed an interest in joining the club in the process.

As an alternative, Liverpool’s desire to get someone like Haaland may be justified. This is because Jurgen Klopp’s team does not have a natural striker of any kind.

However, although Roberto Firmino and Diogo Jota have both excelled when playing in the centre, whether in a false nine positions or otherwise. Klopp does not have a true centre-forward at his disposal at the moment.

This suggests that Liverpool might be in the running to sign Haaland next summer. However, it is unknown if they will have the necessary cash to lure the 21-year-old away from Borussia Dortmund.

The attack for Haaland might include players from Real Madrid, Liverpool, Paris Saint-Germain, and Manchester City, among others. Consequently, with a potential transfer fight brewing, it will be intriguing to watch if Dortmund can hang on to the talented striker.

It remains to be seen if Haaland will opt to conclude his time with the Bundesliga’s heavyweights in the summer. He has the possibility of moving on to one of the league’s most prestigious teams.

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Manchester City look poised to spare Ralf Rangnick’s blushes ahead of the January transfer window, handing Manchester United a warning that they must address.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Ferran Torres will complete his switch from the Etihad to Camp Nou in January for a move worth €65 million (£55m), including add-ons.

The report claims that the 21-year-old will pen a five-year deal at Barcelona, making the Spain international Xavi’s first signing since his appointment amid the club’s well-documented financial ‘crisis’.

Spanish outlets, El Nacional and Mundo Deportivo, have claimed that Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford were subject to interest from Barcelona. However, following Pep Guardiola’s latest winter hijacking, City has handed United a lifeline in securing the club’s future.

The two academy graduates, valued at a combined £121.5 million by Transfermarkt, looked set to become the first to suffer from Cristiano Ronaldo’s star-studded arrival.

Naturally, when a five-time Ballon d’Or winner walks through the doors of Carrington, others in a similar position will be relegated to reduced game time which is part and parcel of the many risks the club shouldered.

Greenwood is said to be ‘unhappy’ with his game time at Old Trafford following the appointment of Rangnick, having once been a regular starter, according to El Nacional.

The report adds that the 20-year-old starlet is concerned with Ronaldo’s untouchable status that has started under the German.

But, with Barcelona’s big-money acquisition of Torres potentially blocking the arrivals of others, United have a second chance to win back the heart and soul of the club. Or else they risk falling into a transfer trap like Guardiola did with Jack Grealish.

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