Whoever wants the Norwegian will have to dig deep into their pockets. When he signed his contract was signed, there was a clause included which stated that he could leave before the end of his contract in 2024 if an offer came in for at least 100 million euros.
They are fighting over him in the Premier League. Chelsea have now decided to begin talks to sign the striker and Man City are also in the race.
City's interest is not new, but has changed is that, according to the 'Mirror', the club now consider him to be a priority. The Sky Blues want him to be the club's first purchase ahead of the 2021-22 campaign.
This source states that not even the tense relationship between Guardiola and Raiola will stop City. "There have been agreement with the agent in the past. If he's the agent of a player we are interested in, it will not be a problem. Personal issues do not dictate what is the best for the club," a senior club source told the newspaper.
Raiola accused Guardiola of treating Ibrahimovic "like a dog" when the pair were at Barcelona. Comments which will not prevent City from trying to add the talented Haaland to their ranks.
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