Erling Haaland’s agent Mino Raiola demanding £47MILLION commission for summer transfer but Man City not put off

MINO RAIOLA wants £47million in commission for a deal involving Erling Haaland — and Manchester City have not ruled out coming up with the cash to land the striker.

Raiola, 54, has begun the auction for the superstar by saying he would be leaving Borussia Dortmund this summer.

But the agent is also seeking a bumper pay-out for brokering any deal, a total of 55m euros.

SunSport understands City are well aware of the kind of money needed to sign the Norwegian — and are pressing ahead with their plans.

Haaland, 21, could be available for a £68m fee in the close season due to a clause in his contract.

Raiola has suggested City are the only English club Haaland would be interested in joining, although Real Madrid are also in contention.

The problem for Real is their likely capture of Kylian Mbappe on a free from PSG, and difficulty finding the money to sign both in one close season but still complying with financial fair play rules.

The player would also be commanding a wage packet of £21.3m a year over five years – so the total financial commitment of any deal would reach over £215m.



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Raiola is thought to have banked as much as £40m from Paul Pogba’s move from Juventus to Manchester United.

But it is believed there is an agreement any commission would be split between Raiola and the player’s father, Alf-Inge.

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